Gay Barcelona: guide to the best bars, clubs, beaches, hotels and more

Barcelona is one of the most open and diverse cities we’ve ever been to. Not only is it tolerant towards gay travellers, they practically roll out the red carpet for us! With a booming gay village, loads of excellent hangouts and fantastic festivals, Barcelona is a pumping city begging to be consumed.

We’ve begun to consider the city as a second home – its frivolous nightlife scene, the large LGBTQ community and stunning weather make it impossible to stay away for too long. Here is our detailed guide to Barcelona for gay travellers following our many visits to this fabulous Spanish coastal paradise.

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Queer durch Barcelona

F�r Schwule, die im Urlaub nicht nur Tag f�r Tag am Strand liegen wollen, ist Barcelona in den letzten Jahrzehnten zu einem der Top-Reiseziele in Europa geworden. Barcelona hat diese perfekte Kombination aus Mittelmeerklima, Str�nden in und au�erhalb der Stadt, Bergen im Hinterland sowie Kultur, Nachtleben, Sehensw�rdigkeiten und Infrastruktur einer modernen europ�ischen Metropole.

Zu den Besonderheiten, die Barcelona einzigartig machen, geh�ren die gut erhaltenen Zeugnisse der katalanischen Jugendstil-Architektur (Modernisme Català), die in Barcelona vor allem mit dem Namen Antoni Gaudí verbunden ist, darunter die Sagrada Fam�lia, Park G�ell, Casa Batll� und Casa Mil�. Bedeutende Modernisme-Bauwerke anderer Architekten sind unter anderem der Palau de la M�sica Catalana, Casa Amatller und das Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau.

Das alte Barcelona kann im gotisches Viertel Barri G�tic und den benachbarten Vierteln El Born und El Raval bewundert werden, w�hrend das neue Barcelona zum Bet�tigungsfeld moderner spanischer Designer und Architekten geworden ist, die hier nach dem Ende der Franco-Diktatur ihre Kreativit�t entfalten konnten.

Wie auf unseren Gay Maps zu sehen ist, befindet sich das schwule Zentrum Barcelonas im Stadtteil Eixample (deshalb auch manchmal Gayxample genannt bzw. Gaixample auf Katalanisch) mit den meisten Gay-Bars, Hotels und Shops in Barcelona.

Zu den j�hrlichen H�hepunkten und queeren Events in Barcelona geh�ren unter anderem das B�rentreffen �ber Ostern, der Barcelona Gay Pride im Juni/Juli und das Circuit Festival im August.

F�r einen Tag am Strand kann man mit dem Zug oder Auto (ca. 30 min) in den nahegelegenen Urlaubsort Sitges fahren, der bei Schwulen sehr beliebt ist, vor allem im August.

Es gibt aber auch innerhalb Barcelonas einige Str�nde, unter anderen mit einem Abschnitt, der auch bei Schwulen und Nacktbadern beliebt ist.

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How gay friendly is Barcelona?

In our opinion, we think Barcelona is one of the most gay friendly cities in Europe as well as one of the in the world. Historically, it is the birthplace of the LGBTQ Pride movement of Spain, where activists in the 1970s took to the streets to demand their rights. This ignited a pink wave throughout the rest of the nation and began to increase visibility for the Spanish LGBTQ community. Today, Barcelona continues to be a pioneer across the world for gay rights – a textbook example for other places to follow on its treatment towards queer travellers and citizens. This is one of many reasons why we rate it as one of our top gay destinations in Europe.

With an exquisite gay scene, filled with clubs, bars, eateries, hotels, and bathhouses, the city is a thriving mecca for LGBTQ culture. On every corner, there is some nod to queer identity. Whether this is a statue honouring one of the country’s most beloved queer writers or a rainbow flag flying outside a bakery, Barcelona is a city which appreciates its gay community.

How gay friendly is Barcelona?

The gay area of Barcelona

Wandering out of our hotel, jet-lagged and cranky from our flight, our plan was to grab some food from a nearby deli and get some sleep. But, oh, the Gaixample! It was practically calling us – and how could we refuse?

The Gaixample (pronounced “gai-sham-ple”) is the nickname given to Barcelona’s gay neighbourhood, located in the “Eixample” area. The majority of the gay bars and clubs of Barcelona are located right here. This is where you’ll see lots of gay couples walking the streets holding hands, rainbow flags proudly flying in the wind – it’s almost like stepping into the middle of a Pride parade! Yet, it still manages to hold onto a unique charm that feels so divinely Spanish.

Barcelona is a big city with public transport links including bus, metro, trams and trains. To make life easier when exploring, we like to use the because with just one payment you have a card that gives you unlimited access to the entire transport system for up to five days!

The gay area of Barcelona

Gay hotels in Barcelona

When it comes to picking a gay friendly hotel in Barcelona, the rule of real estate comes into play. It’s all about location location location! We recommend basing yourself in or around the Gaixample gay area of Barcelona. Hotels in this area are more than accustomed to dealing with LGBTQ travellers, so there’ll be no issue about having a double bed.

Gay cafes in Barcelona

Gay spaces are often saturated with heavy drinking or nightlife. So, it’s refreshing for a city to create queer-friendly spaces that offer a quiet and safe refuge. Cafes are a great place to bring along a book, pop in some headphones and just zone out. Or, a chilled place to meet up with that Grindr date… Here are some of our favourite gay cafes in Barcelona:

Gay bars in Barcelona

When it comes to nightlife, no one does it better than the gays. In Barcelona, its Latin flair and hunky local lads only amplify its fabulousness! And if it couldn’t get more amazing. The barmen are very generous with drink portions here, so a single G+T feels more like double serving. For more, check out our comprehensive guide to the .

The gay scene of Barcelona is one of the best in the world but it can be overwhelming for first-timers. Having a local gay guide showing you the best gay hangouts and being part of a big gay group will definitely help you ease into Barcelona’s gay nightlife.

Here are some of our favourite gay bars in Barcelona, all located in the Gaixample area:

Gay clubs in Barcelona

The Spanish are notorious for doing things late. This explains why most clubs don’t get busy until after around 1/2am. Our advice is to go for drinks at one of the bars beforehand, which is a great way of getting a feel of what’s the hottest place to go that evening.

is also a great way to explore the nightlife of Barcelona and discover the best clubs Barcelona has to offer.

These are some of our favourite gay clubs in Barcelona:

Gay beaches in Barcelona

It’s no secret that we love a good beach. And when you make it a gay beach, then we’re practically banging down the doors of the plane to get there! With its stunning coastal views of the Mediterranean and super chilled locals who don’t care what you do or who you love, Barcelona is a contender for having some of the best gay beaches in the world. Here are a few to check out, but for a more complete guide, check out our guide to the best gay beaches of Barcelona.

Gay cruising clubs in Barcelona

Some like to dance. Some like to unwind in their hotel. Others like to mingle with hot boys – and that’s fine too! When we say that Barcelona caters for everyone, we mean it! The cruising clubs more than prove that. Whether you’re Vanilla or into more exotic stuff, you can easily find your groove in one of these cruising clubs:

Gay restaurants in Barcelona

Candlelit dinners to sparkling wine, a hot meal whilst staring out to the bustling streets of Barcelona is true heaven. These are some of our favourite LGBTQ restaurants where we could relish in PDA with no fear. For more, check out our detailed guide to the best gay restaurants in Barcelona.

Things to do in Barcelona

In between gorging on delicious Spanish food and relaxing in your hotel, you’ll be wanting to answer to Barcelona’s call. It’s a city that’s begging to be discovered! Here are some of our favourite things which we hope will inspire fellow LGBTQ travellers to Barcelona:

Tips to plan your trip

We’ve put together some handy hints and tips to help you plan your own trip to Barcelona. Read on to find out everything the gay traveller should know before they go.

How to get there: If you are then the closest airport is the Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport, about a half-hour drive from the city (depending on traffic). There are a variety of taxis, trains and buses to get from the airport to the city centre, although we usually prefer to book a private airport transfer so we don’t need to stress about anything except where to go for drinks that night! You can also get to Barcelona via train from other cities in Spain or further beyond the border.

Visa requirements: Travellers from the United States, Australia and New Zealand don’t need a visa for stays in Spain for up to 90 days. Other nationalities that are members of the Schengen Zone can also travel freely in Spain but if you’re coming from somewhere else (or just want to be sure) make sure you check your personal visa requirements here.

Getting around: Barcelona has an extensive public transport system, so you can get around the city via bus, metro, tram, train or even cycling. If you purchase a Hola transport card you can even have unlimited travel for a set period of two or more days across all the city’s transport networks.

Power Plugs: In Spain, the power plugs and sockets are of type F, which is the same as in most of Europe, Russia and some countries in Africa. If you are travelling from somewhere else we recommend .

Travel insurance: We always tell others to use travel insurance so that you will be protected in the case of injury, illness, theft or cancellations beyond your control. We’ve been using for years and cannot recommend them highly enough. Their coverage is very comprehensive and it’s easy to make a claim online.

Vaccinations: The that all travellers to Spain should be up to date with routine vaccinations like measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox etc. You may also need vaccinations for Hepatitis A, B and rabies, depending on where you are going and what you will be doing while there.

Currency: Spain uses the Euro like most countries in Europe. €1 converts to around $1.10 US or about 89 pence in British Pounds.

Tipping culture: Spain has a good minimum wage system, so you don’t usually need to leave a tip unless you feel like rewarding really good service. If you feel that you received exceptional service then you can tip 5-10% of your bill, but it’s not expected and locals don’t usually tip.

Internet access: There are lots of public WiFi hotspots in Barcelona, just keep an eye out for the blue signs with the white W on them. They only work from 8am to 10pm though so if you know you’ll be needing to get connected then you might like to organise to bring a portable WiFi device with you.

Online privacy: Since Barcelona is so gay friendly you won’t have any problem using gay dating apps like Grindr or Scruff. But if you do prefer to keep your internet use private then we recommend using ExpressVPN. Their service is both reliable and affordable.

Accommodation: There are many more places to stay in Barcelona apart from the hotels we’ve mentioned in this post. We always use when choosing accommodation as they have so many listings, excellent online customer support and often free cancellation when needed.

Sightseeing and adventure: We’ve mentioned a few fun things to do in Barcelona here, but if you’re looking for more, we love to use . The booking process is easy, there are countless of cool activities to choose from and their 24-hour customer support is excellent.

When to visit: Barcelona is a lovely warm destination year-round, so the best time to visit is during the off-peak season so you can still enjoy the beaches and attractions without hordes of other tourists. If you want to experience Pride (which is amazing) then you’ll need to head there in June, but otherwise, May and September are the best months for travel to Barcelona.

Modernen und eleganten Ambiente

Unsere TWO Hotel Barcelona, in der Gayxample Barcelona und einen eigenen Parkplatz im selben Gebäude befindet, verfügt über 87 schöne Zimmer komplett schallisoliert, mit dem höchsten Grad an Service und Einrichtungen, was eine komfortable und vornehme Atmosphäre. Die neuen Zimmer sind speziell, ausgestattet und dekoriert, um einen modernen und eleganten Ambiente mit maximalem Komfort zu schaffen.

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Seit vielen Jahren wird Barcelona von der Schwulengemeinschaft selbst als schwulenfreundliche Stadt gehalten. Folglich ist das Angebot an Gay Friendly Hotels (schwulenfreundlichen Hotels) gestiegen. Auch wenn die Mehrheit der Kunden eines schwulenfreundlichen Hotels schwul ist, bedeutet das nicht, dass sie keine andere Kundschaft akzeptieren, noch dass die übrigen Hotels die Schwulen nicht gut behandeln würden. Es heißt einfach, dass die Unterkunft nach ihren Geschmäckern und Interessen entworfen ist und ihr Personal ein besonderes Gefühl für sie hat. Sie berücksichtigen ihre Vorlieben und bieten ihnen exklusive Dienstleistungen.

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Experience Barcelona’s fabulous gay nightlife!

With so many fantastic gay bars and clubs knowing where to go in Barcelona can be a bit overwhelming. Luckily you can join a Gaily night-time tour with a local to show you all the best spots to drink and party!

Join a gay hike of the Camino de Santiago

The boys at Out Adventures are planning an all-gay hike along Spain’s famous Camino de Santiago. The 100km trek will earn hikers their very own Pilgrim’s Compostela, a certificate of completion and the perfect souvenir for the excursion. The holy saunter is bookended with weekends in Madrid as well as time in Chueca—the capital’s famously rowdy gay district. Olé!

Axel Hotel

Axel is the main gay hotel in Barcelona. It’s often regarded as the central focal point of the gay scene.

It’s so popular and highly sought after, it’s at 95% capacity for the whole year! So if you want to stay here, make sure you plan/book well in advance.

The rooftop pool and bar is a lovely spot for sunset cocktails or a refreshing swim. I mean, just check out those mini waterfalls next to the cute hot tub!

You’ll never feel more cosmopolitan than you did staying at the Axel Hotel. From its super chic and modern design to the stunningly gorgeous staff members, the Axel Hotel ticks all the boxes. It’s right in the centre of the Gaixample, hence, in the middle of all the action. Its luxurious rooms will leave you feeling spoiled and pampered.

To feel even more spoiled and pampered make sure you book some time in the luxurious wellness centre. Wellness Club 33 by Axel offers relaxing massages as well as a variety of treatments such as aromatherapy or facials. You can even take a pilates class in the gym, or work out with a personal trainer.

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TWO Hotel Barcelona by Axel

The Axel brand got so popular in Barcelona that they opened up this sister hotel a few blocks down the road. You’re right by all the best gay bars and clubs, plus the friendly (and super cute!) staff can give you lots of info about the best places to party nearby.

TWO Hotel Barcelona is also a gay hotel that’s ‘hetero-friendly‘, with lots of fabulous details like hot pink sun loungers next to the pool and hot pink walls in the rooftop gym.

These pink accents are the perfect addition to the rooftop pool, with a connected bar. There’s nothing more romantic than having a sunset cocktail while gazing out over the skyline of Barcelona – or just staring into your lover’s eyes! There’s also a steam bath and massage room for some extra relaxation.

The rooms at TWO Hotel are both edgy and elegant, with different but always interesting views. There are some wonderful little extras provided as well, like a universal phone charger in case you forget yours.

Cram Hotel

Cram Hotel is an elegant getaway in the beating heart of the city. Everywhere you look, there are soft cream furnishings, super soft seating, and fine art hanging on the walls. Even taking a stroll down the hall will leave you feeling calm and centred.

Located in the heart of the Eixample neighbourhood, Cram is ideally situated for exploring the gay area as well as seeing Barcelona’s most beautiful attractions.

There are a variety of room options available. From the affordable standard room to the incredible suites with private balcony and huge bathtub in the bedroom. Regardless of the size, each room comes stacked with its own mini-bar (score!) and a flat-screen TV.

Hotel Cram has a beautiful rooftop pool with views over the city as well as a terrace bar where you can enjoy a buffet breakfast or sunset drinkies. The Michelin-starred Restaurante Angle Barcelona offers modern dishes using fresh produce. There are also plenty of other dining options close by.

Pension Éos

One of the best gay budget hotels in Barcelona. We love it because whilst it’s a budget hotel, it’s still no less charming than any of the other hotels we experienced in Barcelona.

From the ocean blue walls in the bedrooms to the Modernist art, the decor never fails to make you feel like you’re right at home. It might be a bit on the small side but does tend to get booked up pretty quickly, so we recommend calling ahead to reserve your room.

The best part about Pension Éos is that it’s run by an amazing French gay couple, so you feel as if you’re just crashing in a room at a dear friend’s house. The rooms come with a fridge and coffee machine, while there are also laundry facilities on-site, so you can easily keep costs down.

There are a few different sizes of rooms to choose from, but there’s also a spacious living area where you can relax and socialise with other guests. Some of the rooms are pet-friendly, so you can bring your pooch if you organise it ahead of time. Breakfast is also served until 1pm, so you can have a lazy loooong lie-in after a night of partying.

Moeem

Without a doubt, our favourite gay bar in Barcelona. From its local crowd to its sassy barmen, Moeem leaves you with an insatiable joy. The free canapes on Thursday evenings are a real treat. As if that wasn’t enough, they’re often followed with an exotic dancer show. Also, check out their Sunday bingo nights, which are hilarious! Moeem is open daily until around 2/3am and is located at Carrer Muntaner, 11.

El Cangrejo

A weekend-only bar, famous for its old school 1980s and Latino disco nights. We love it because it’s a very mixed crowd, so you’ll meet local guys as well as other gay travellers. El Cangrejo is only open on Friday and Saturday evenings until around 3am. It is located at Villaroel 86.

People Lounge

For when you’re feeling a little sultry, or if you’ve ever wanted to cosplay as a James Dean movie character brooding in a dark bar over a glass of whiskey, then the People Lounge is the place for you! This is one of the more sophisticated gay bars of Barcelona, attracting an older crowd. People Lounge is open daily until around 3am and is located at Carrer de Villarroel, 71.

Arena Madre

One of the most famous gay clubs in Barcelona. This is where you should come if you like a mix of pop and techno. They have themed nights, some of the best drag performers and a darkroom for when you’re feeling a bit frisky! If you head to the Punto gay bar beforehand, you can pick up discount tickets for entry to Arena. Arena Madre is open 365 days a year until around 6am and is located at Balmes Street, 32. Not to be confused with its lesbian sister club, Arena Classic, which is located at Diputacion, 233.

Safari Disco Club

One of the most popular gay parties in Barcelona, particularly for youngish gays (and their fans). It has a large dancing area with a sociable outdoor space for smokers. Whilst we felt a bit on the older side here, we loved the pop/Latino music. Safari is located at Carrer de Tarragona, 141. Check out the events section on their Facebook page for details of the next party.

Mar Bella

A beach? Check! A gay beach? Check Check! A gay nudey beach! Triple check! Mar Bella is one of our favourite gay beaches in the world. Close by is the Chiringuito Begay bar where you can get a refreshing cocktail in between dips in the sea. Whether you’re feeling bold to go fully nude, or you simply want to hang around in a relaxed environment to rock your new speedos, Mar Bella beach is a must! Just be warned, it gets very busy and crowded in the summer months, particularly during the August Circuit Festival.

Night Barcelona

One of the most famous male-only cruising clubs in the Gaixample gay area with a dark room and private cabins. The bar has regular photography exhibitions and happy hours from 6-9pm. Night Barcelona is open daily from 6pm to 3am and is located at Diputació, 161.

(March)

When you think of Pride festivals, you imagine a glowing summer sun beating down on a cosmopolitan city. You imagine tank tops and shorts. Cold drinks. The last thing you think of is snow! Well, the Snow Gay Weekend wants to turn that on its head. transport is organised from Barcelona so book a place on the Snow Gay experience and go skiing through the ice-capped mountains, with rainbow flags in tow. Just imagine…sliding down the side of a white hill beside a drag queen!

The next Snow Gay Weekend will take place on 13-20 March 2021.

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Pride Barcelona (June)

Of course, the mother of all LGBTQ events in Barcelona – Pride! Barcelona has an extra reason to wave their rainbow flags with it being the birthplace of Spain’s LGBTQ rights movement. Stars from all over the world fly in to perform for crowds of hundreds and thousands. The atmosphere in the city brings all of the routines of life to a standstill. And deservedly so! Most importantly, it’s truly awe-inspiring to see all the queer Spanish community get together and celebrate what makes them special. Read more about it in our article about what it’s like attending Barcelona Pride.

Barcelona International Gay Film Festival

Lights, camera, action! Barcelona’s Film Festival features the best movies and short films by LGBTQ artists. It’s an amazing way to meet other queer movie buffs, see your story reflected on the big screen and attend panel discussions on issues which plague the gay community.

Marvel at the Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is a towering, majestic, albeit unfinished, basilica which stands in the centre of Barcelona. Designed by the acclaimed (gay?) Catalonian architect Antoni Gaudi, this destination is one of the hottest spots for tourists. Its Gothic aesthetic is super alluring, and the rich history will be enough to stimulate any travel buff! While most people are happy to just get a snap from outside, we definitely recommend taking this tour of the otherworldly basilica interior – it’s as unique as it is stunning, feeling more like you’re in a rainforest than in a cold religious building.

Ascend Montjuïc Hill

A breakaway from city-dwelling can often hit the sweet spot. Montjuïc Hill is a prominent scenic fixture that overlooks the city. This is also where most of the gay pride events take place. We loved spending a day up on top and marvelling at the city sights from above. You can for the most scenic views of Barcelona. Once you’re at top, we recommend visiting Montjuïc Castle. This military fortress is now open to the public with historical exhibitions and gorgeous gardens surrounding the fortifications…perfect for a few couple-y Insta shots.

Stefan Arestis

Stefan is the co-founder, editor, and author of the gay travel blog As a travel nerd, he has explored more than 80 countries across 5 continents. What he loves the most about traveling is discovering the local gay scene, making new friends, and learning new cultures. His advice about LGBTQ travel has been featured in Gaycation Magazine, Gaycities, Gay Times, Pink News, and Attitude Magazine. He has also written about gay travel for other non-gay-specific publications including Lonely Planet, The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Huffington Post. Stefan is also a qualified lawyer, having practiced as a commercial property litigator in London for over 10 years. He left his lawyer days behind to work full time on Nomadic Boys with his husband Sebastien. Find out more .

Friday nights at City Hall (Black Room) are also gay and popular. The party is called Dirty House (and Dirty Beach in the summer)

Hello, Bonjour and Welcome to our travel blog. We are Stefan and Sebastien a French/Greek gay couple from London. Together, we have been travelling the world for over 10 years. Nomadic Boys is our gay travel blog showcasing all our travel adventures as a gay couple.

Zimmer

Unsere TWO Hotel Barcelona by Axel, in der Gayxample Barcelona und einen eigenen Parkplatz im selben Gebäude befindet, verfügt über 87 schöne Zimmer komplett schallisoliert, mit dem höchsten Grad an Service und Einrichtungen, was eine komfortable und vornehme Atmosphäre. Die neuen Zimmer sind speziell, ausgestattet und dekoriert, um einen modernen und eleganten Ambiente mit maximalem Komfort zu schaffen.

Unsere TWO Hotel Barcelona by Axel, in der Gayxample Barcelona und einen eigenen Parkplatz im selben Gebäude befindet, verfügt über 87 schöne Zimmer komplett schallisoliert, mit dem höchsten Grad an Service und Einrichtungen, was eine komfortable und vornehme Atmosphäre. Die neuen Zimmer sind speziell, ausgestattet und dekoriert, um einen modernen und eleganten Ambiente mit maximalem Komfort zu schaffen.

Gay Barcelona – Travel Gay Guide

Barcelona is home to one of the biggest and best gay scenes in the world. Most of Barcelona’s gay bars are spread out across the Eixample district – also known as the “Gaixample” district. You’ll find intimate, classy gay bars, hedonistic nightclubs, and action-packed cruise clubs. Barcelona also boasts year-round sunshine and a long strip of beaches along the coastline. Not least the gay-popular beaches, including Nova Icaria, San Sebastià & Barceloneta, and the Mar Bella nudist beach. You’ll see some of the most beautiful people on earth going about their business during peak season.

Sitges is Europe’s gayest town and it’s just up the road from Barcelona. Combining Barcelona and Sitges is one of the most popular twin-center itineraries for gay travelers. Sea, sun, amazing food, and endless eye candy. This really is one of the most charming parts of the world to explore. Barcelona is also packed with cultural landmarks, ranging from Gaudi’s great buildings to the Museum of Erotic Art.

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