WOAH! We're going to IBIZA! 🎶
Ibiza absolutely blew up in popularity, but how could it not when it has that explosive party vibe in such a beautiful setting... and with over fifty beaches, there's a hell of a lot to choose from.
While San Antonio bay is the straight haven in the season with so many festivals, parties and events on, Ibiza Town is certainly the Gay hub. With beautifully quaint cobbled streets, thriving bars and Playa Es Cavallet beach just down the road, it's no wonder it's considered the best base for your stay.
Ibiza hotels cater for everything from budget to platinum and clubs ranging in styles, Ibiza has such an eclectic mix of tourists who all have one thing in common: they just wanna have fun!
So, what, you clicked on this tab to find out if there's any bars in Ibiza? Well, DUH!
Huns, if you want to go to Ibiza and make your way to Ibiza town, just follow the trail of rainbows, glitter and the buzzing sound of nightlife then, like Narnia, you'll be transported from the quaint cobbled streets to a bustling hub of LGBTQ+ extravaganza.
DÔME is host to the SOAP party which is always a winning time, while next door at Bar MonaLisa you'll find it a little more chic with the odd celeb passing by!
There's also plenty of bars to choose from with lush terraces too if you fancy a cocktail outside, why not try Sunrise Ibiza or DADO bar? Las Labertinas is a chilled out and friendly lesbian bar with a wicked taste in music.
lgbtq+ liberation in ibiza
In the late 70s, Spain’s LGBTQ+ community rejoiced as homosexual activity was legalised across the country. All this meant was that they could no longer be sent down for going down after a night out – something they’d been doing since the beginning of time anyway!
Today, Spain is one of the most liberal countries in the world in terms of LGBT freedoms. In fact, according to a 2013 study by Pew Research Centre, a whopping 88% of Spanish citizens accept homosexuality. Join us in raising a glass to Spain who came out on top (or so to speak) against the 38 other countries who were polled.