November 24th. 2015
Gay Barcelona Guide
A must see city for everyone! Trendy gay scene. The gay area is just north-west of the center of town. Everything you’d expect from a major city’s gay scene but with the added bonus of bronzed Spanish lads all over the place.
Gay Madrid Guide
There’s a thriving, raunchy gay scene in Spain’s capital city. Madrileños are always eager! The main Gay Madrid scene is in an area called Chueca. Its just off Gran Via, the main street that runs through the center of town.
Gay Sitges Guide
A seaside town. Classy gay bar/restaurant/beach scene. Sitges is a text book example of how we can all live side by side, regardless of gender, with its gay bars next door to straight bars and guys holding hands everywhere.
Gay Torremolinos Guide
A camp, sunny, Spanish gay scene. Torremolinos’ gay scene is very much Spanish. The main gay area is in and around La Nogalera, a semi open air shopping complex, crammed with gay bars and small terraces.
Gay Gran Canaria Guide
Shopping arcade by day. Gay arena by night. Maspalomas is the main gay area of Gran Canaria. Playa del Inglés is part of Maspalomas, which is in the south of the island.
Amidst the lemon groves. A real hidden gay gem.
More Spanish than most expect.
Home to the Guggenheim Museum.
Home of 300,000 palm trees.
University town in the Sierra Navada mountains.
Party central. Home of the world's largest disco.
A surprisingly small scene for a city of it's size.
Playground for the rich & famous.
In the heart of the Meditteranean sea.
The real Spain and the best looking guys you've ever seen. But scary parades!
A big volcanic rock. Watch it don't blow!
A mix of ancient and very futuristic architecture. Home of the Paella.
On the Atlantic coast of Spain.
An oasis in a dessert.
Spain, voted the most gay friendly country on the planet. Indeed, the government has said they want to make it the number one gay holiday destination in the world. Homosexuality has been legal since the 1800s. The first gay nudist beach in the world was established in 1930, in Sitges, Barcelona, Spain. Same sex marriage was legalised in 2005.
Our aim with this Gay Spain Guide (GayIberia.com), is to keep it simple, concise, accurate and right up-to-date, but also to give you all the info you are looking for. We put links to everyone’s web site, so that whatever info we don’t give you, their web site will. Nothing is more than 3 clicks away from this page. 1. The town you’re looking for. 2. The type of places you are interested in, ie; gay bars. 3. A page with info and pics of that location or a link to their web site.
Gay Iberia (our namesake) is the landmass, bordered to the north by the Pyrenees mountains and to the south, by the
Straits Gays of Gibraltar.
We’ve been supporting Spain’s gay scene for over 15 years! A special thank you to Pases Saunas for their continued support of us. But most importantly, to YOU. Without you, these guides wouldn’t be here. If you’ve been with us a while, you’ll have noticed all of our guides went through a huge change in 2015, to bring them into the 21st century and make them 100% mobile friendly. Thanks again, Gaz.