Five Unexpected Gay Scenes – The Globetrotter Guys

Author: , February 16th, 2018

Five Unexpected Gay Scenes

This is a guest post on the Nomadic Boys’ site by super cute gay couple Sion and Ben of The Globetrotter Guys.

We all know and love the obvious gay scenes around the world like Berlin, Gran Canaria, Sydney or San Francisco. But what about the less talked about ones? Even in the most unexpected places, gay locals still come together to drink and have a good time. We always make a point to seek out the local gay scene wherever we travel on holiday.

These are our 5 most unexpected gay scenes we’ve encountered on our travels to date.

Mikonos and Phoenix in Marbella – Spain

If you blink, you might miss the gay scene in Marbella. Given its beautiful beaches and cosmopolitan nature you would expect there to be a more established scene in this part of Spain. However, this simply is not the case. Instead what was on offer when we visited turned out to be one of the best nights we’ve had in a long time.

Mikonos gay bar was extremely well hidden. We walked to the exact address and it seemed to not exist. However we went down a nearby alleyway to a backstreet, down some stairs and voila – there it was.

Mikonos is a very small local bar, which fills up quickly. The staff are very friendly, offering free shots and making sure they speak to all the customers. Drinks here seem pricey at €7, but they come with a generous measure. They also have entertaining drag shows, which are great for polishing up on your Spanish slang.

By Sion and Ben – Full Story at The Nomadic Boys

Europe’s Five Best Gay Scenes

Author: , October 7th, 2013

Europe mapIt’s totally fabulous to explore different gay scenes when traveling. You can dance the night away to some truly camp-tastic tunes, or cruise the darkrooms for Mr Right Now. Perhaps you want to enjoy feathers and frills at a drag queen cabaret show? We’ve looked at some of the best gay hotspots in Europe to suit everyone’s needs.

Benidorm, Spain

The Benidorm gay village can be found in the Old Town area of this popular Spanish holiday resort. The gay part of Benidorm’s Levante beach sits in front of the Don Cesar cafe, and is a great place to tan before a night out with your best pals. 7th Heaven has been a popular gay bar for years and has an excellent reputation for making tourists and locals feel welcome.

This is a fab bar for an early drink, and the relaxed atmosphere is ideal for meeting new people. Cabaret lovers will enjoy a night at Mardi Gras, with top performances from Miss Stella Artois, plus an excellent Cher tribute act. Younger LGBT crowds can be found at the Mercury nightclub, which is famous for its pumping dance music and buzzing atmosphere. This club is for real party animals only, as the doors don’t even open until after midnight.

Authored By Matthew Payne – See the Full Story at GayWebSource

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