The top 5 gay beaches to live in Spain

Do you want to live next to the best gay-friendly European seasides? Spain offers the most welcoming summer time ever, and you can live there in exchange for an investment in property!
 
All Spanish cities have gay-friendly seasides and to tell the truth, most of the beaches around the towns in Spain are made for nudists, and you can enjoy all of these without taboos or discrimination. Spain is a gay-friendly country. Under the Spanish Golden Visa Residency by Investment Programme, you can become a Spanish resident through the purchase of a property. There are several investment options, but most applicants from the LGBTQ+ community prefer the real estate option. The minimum amount of investment of 500,000 euros. It is enough to purchase not only a luxury residential property, but there will be enough money to buy or more other real estates as part of your investment to create additional profit or a location to start your business.  
 

5. Es Cavallet – Ibiza

Beach where you can pass the whole day nude. You can practice beach volleyball, windsurfing, sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, kayaking, motor boating and fishing. It’s easy to reach with a ten minutes ride by car from Ibiza city. Es Cavallet is a fantastic beach with its white sand and successive waves. On a bright day, you can see both Ibiza Town and Formentera. Additionally, enjoy the marvellous view of the Salinas.
 

4. Kiosk #7 beach – Gran Canaria

 
The most popular gay beach in the Canarias is undoubtedly the Kiosk No. 7 at Maspalomas. You can reach it by 15 minutes walk from the Maspalomas lighthouse along the shore toward the English Beach (Playa del Ingles). It’s a long and sandy beach with the famous kiosk No. 7, which is an always full beach bar. 
 

3. El Gato – Torremolinos

The beach is also known as “Playa de Beirola”, and it is the last beach in the centre of Torremolinos. Just visit the Eden Beach Club, which is a chiringuito, little but beautiful beach bar. El Gato is located in only 10 minutes walk time from the gay party neighbourhood the “Nogalera”. 
 

2. Platja de la Mar Bella – Barcelona

Barcelona is the centre of Spain’s LGBTQ+ life. You can choose from so many beautiful seasides, but Platja de la Mar Bella is a must to visit location. It is located between the beach of Nova Mar Bella and Bogatell. The promenade extends to the shore of Barceloneta. You can practice surfing on windy days, and it’s the home of enormous sports complex as well. The beach is half a kilometre long and is always full of people having fun.
 

1. Bassa Rodona Sitges

The Nr 1. LGBT+ beach of Spain.
It is located between the beach of Ribera and l`Estanyol, separated by small breakwaters of stones. It has a variety of services, such as showers, surveillance and you can rent hammocks.
 
Are you interested in moving to sunny Spain and become resident of an EU Member State? The Spanish residence permit also allows you to travel and stay in the countries of the Schengen zone. 
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