Gay Beach (Platja de la Bassa Rodona)
5 minute walk from the town center. To get there: Turn right when you get to the sea front. It’s located between the Red Cross hut and Picnic’s restaurant. You’ll know you’re there when you smell the coconut oil!
Gay & Mixed Nudist Beach (Platja de las Balmins)
15 minute walk from the town center. To get there: Turn left when you get to the sea front. Walk up to the church and continue past it on the side of the sea. Stay on the road next to the beach. You’ll pass a long beach, then climb a hill past the cemetery. You’ll then see it in front of you. The first little beach and the first part of the bigger beach that you can see are the gay parts.
The Gay Nudist Beach (Platja l’Home Mort)
Note. There are 2 gay nudist beaches. The first one (left) used to be exclusively straight, but in recent years has become progressively more gay/gay-friendly. The second one, the famous Platja l’Home Mort (Playa del Muerto in Spanish) gay nudist beach, (right photo) is just over the next hill. Platja l’Home Mort was the first gay nudist beach in the world, established in 1930.[cs_table id=”8″]
Overlooks the Gay Beach
24-hour reception, an outdoor pool, gym and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. The elegant rooms at the Calipolis feature a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Free pool towels are provided. The hotel’s Àgora Restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine.
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