May 5th. 2016
Gay Spain Travel Guide
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. Same sex marriage was legalised in 2005.
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.
There’s a thriving, raunchy gay scene in Spain’s capital city. Madrileños are like little eager beavers, dead cute and so eager to please! The main Gay Madrid scene is in an area called Chueca. Its just off Gran Via, the main street.
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.
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.
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.
Gay Barcelona • Gay Madrid • Gay Sitges • Gay Torremolinos • Gay Gran Canaria
Gay Alicante • Gay Benidorm • Gay Bilbao • Gay Cadiz • Gay Elche • Gay Granada • Gay Ibiza • Gay Malaga • Gay Marbella •
Gay Murcia • Gay Palma de Mallorca • Gay San Sebastian • Gay Seville • Gay Tenerife • Gay Valencia • Gay Vigo • Gay Zaragoza
Gay Iberia is the landmass, bordered to the north by the Pyrenees mountains and to the south, by the
Straits Gays of Gibraltar.