The Gay Tourist

All you really need to know about gay travel

Mine’s a Salty Rim! Eight fun restaurants in Key West
Key West

Mine’s a Salty Rim! Eight fun restaurants in Key West

I love eating. There are so many exciting places to eat in Key West I thought a separate post was in order. There are no drawbacks to dining in Key West: you can walk practically everywhere ...
Top Tips! The Top Ten Restaurants in Sitges
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Top Tips! The Top Ten Restaurants in Sitges

There’s a restaurant for every taste in Sitges; it’s a culinary joy. It’s easy to get a table in most places, everything is within walking distance and it’s really good value. Avoid the ...
Winter is the new Summer – Sitges in Low Season
Sitges

Winter is the new Summer – Sitges in Low Season

Many moons ago, there was a bar in Sitges called Bonita Bonita. It didn’t last. I rather think the ‘English tapas’ menu concept was its undoing. Bitesize shepherd’s pies were only ever going ...
Key Information – A very gay week in Key West
Key West

Key Information – A very gay week in Key West

Key West is weird. Good weird, but weird. It’s a palm-tree covered, iguana-strewn island, but every inch of Key West is commercialised to within an inch of its four-square-mile life. It may ...
Come with me! – How to find the gay beach in Playa Del Ingles
Playa del Ingles

Come with me! – How to find the gay beach in Playa Del Ingles

So, you want to know how to find the gay beach in Playa del Ingles, right? Right. Not as in turn right, but right, this is the beginning of a lengthy explanation. Option one - walk all ...
Playa del Ingles – Some Concrete Advice
Playa del Ingles

Playa del Ingles – Some Concrete Advice

‘Come to Gran Canaria!’, I said to my friend Markus last summer. ‘No’, he said. ‘There’s nothing there but a concrete shopping centre and the beach is miles away.’ I just had to find out for ...
24 Hours in Miami Beach – How I Squeezed it all in
Miami Beach

24 Hours in Miami Beach – How I Squeezed it all in

Miami Beach is a resort city crammed onto a long, narrow island sheltering downtown Miami from the Atlantic. I had a brief trip there in November: the soonest one can visit without risking ...