Ibiza is without doubt one of the most popular islands in Europe and perhaps the world. During the summer months many (gay) tourists come to Ibiza to enjoy this beautiful island with its great beaches and of course the fantastic celebrations. Ibiza Town has a vibrant gay scene. Most gay bars and restaurants are located near the port around Calle Alfonso XII. There are many (big) clubs that are gay friendly. The most popular beach among gay men is Platja Des Cavallet, but also the beaches of Bora Bora and Ushuaia Beach Club are popular amongst many gay men.


  • Why travel to Ibiza?
  • People all over the world are traveling and discovering new places. Traveling is a great way to get to know other cultures, meet interesting people and see the world. It’s also a great way to have fun and have a good time! When it comes to gay travel Ibiza, it’s important to know what kind of place you’re visiting. If you’re going to Ibiza, a gay friendly destination, you’ll find LGBT travelers have a lot in common with those who travel elsewhere. Here, we’ll explore the best gay-friendly travel destinations, with a focus on what to expect and how to act while you’re there.
  • What are the most important holidays & closing days?
  • There are four main holidays that the gay community observes: St. Patrick’s Day, St. Stephen’s Day, Easter, and Christmas. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17 and marks the beginning of spring. St. Stephen’s Day, also known as “St. Stephens Day,” is celebrated on November 24. While there may not be any actual days in the calendar that are, in fact, ‘Closing Days,’ it’s true that there are certain days of the year that are generally regarded as the last time ‘you can’t do something.
  • What is the best time to travel to Ibiza?
  • The winter months are the best time to visit Ibiza when the party atmosphere and season-leading temperatures combine to give rise to one of the most happening places on the planet. With warm nights and sunny days, Ibiza is a place where you can party all night and then wake up refreshed to go to the beach.
  • What are the general opening and closing hours of shops/museums?
  • When it comes to travel, it’s always a good idea to learn the local customs and laws, especially for Spain and Ibiza in particular. Here, you’ll find a lot of shops and restaurants that are open for lunch and dinner, when they’re usually closed during the week. On the other hand, many museums and other attractions don’t close until late at night, so this might not be the best time to do some sightseeing.
  • How do I get from the airport to my hotel?
  • The airport is called Ibiza Airport and is located on the west side of the island. The airport is small and has a few shops. In order for you to get from the airport to your hotel in Ibiza, you will need to take a taxi. It is not very easy to find, but there are many taxis that stop to pick up passengers. The taxi ride to Ibiza city takes about 20 minutes. But Ibiza is a relatively small island, so all the beaches and clubs are within a ten-minute walk of the airport.
  • How do I get from the central train station to my hotel?
  • The central train station in Ibiza is the Sants station, which is located in the area’s biggest and most bustling district. It is located in the city center, to the east of the historic Old Town. The station is operated by Renfe, the Spanish national railway company. It is the first station in Spain to offer free Wifi, and the latest addition is a bar and café that opens from 10:00 to 19:00. Getting from the central train station to your hotel in Ibiza is not an easy task. You need to take into consideration which direction you are heading in; the best way is usually to take the main road (the one that leads you to one of your chosen gay friendly hotels). There are some roads that go in different directions, so it’s best to check out the signs before you go. If you are staying in Ibiza for more than one day, we recommend getting a taxi from the main town area (which is called Playa d’en Bossa), which will save you time and money.
  • Is it easy to use public transport in Ibiza?
  • If you want to get around Ibiza with ease, then you’ll want to take advantage of the public transport system. This is a great way to see the island, as you can hop on and off the buses and ferries (all free!) and explore as much as you like.
  • What are the main attractions of Ibiza?
  • Ibiza is one of Spain’s most famous holiday destinations, and its reputation as a gay-friendly island is well known. Its gorgeous beaches, nightclubs, and fine dining are a popular destinations for tourists and locals alike. Some of the attractions worth visiting are Cala Comte, Dalt Vila, San Antonio Bay, and Ibiza Castle. With its reputation as a gay-friendly destination, it is no surprise that gays flock to Ibiza year-round. But this year, the island’s tourism board launched the Ibiza Pride Festival to celebrate the LGBT community—and for tourists, it brings the island even more, to look forward to.
  • Which hotels are near Platja d’en Bossa?
  • If you or your friends are planning a trip to Ibiza, and you are trying to find a hotel close to the city that is suitable for the group, you may find it difficult to go with the more popular budget hotel that is already taken. The prices for the gay hotels Ibiza near the city and its resorts are usually higher than those of the budget hotels. Some of the gay friendly hotels Ibiza are the THB Los Molinos, Hotel Nautico Ebeso, Tropicana Ibiza Suites, and Mirador de Dal Vila. Some of these hotels are near both the Ibiza town as well as with Platja d’en Bossa.
  • Which museums can I visit in Ibiza?
  • Ibiza, one of the best places in the world to party, is also a great place to visit museums. The old town of Ibiza has several museums that are free to enter, and there are more museums in the old town that open to the public. These include Puig des Molins, Can Ros Ethnographic Museum, and Museu d’Art Contemporani d’Eivissa, known as the Contemporary Art Museum.
  • In which area can you find most bars & restaurants?
  • In Ibiza, bars and clubs are a way of life. It is common to see people of all ages congregating in these establishments every night of the week. There are plenty of bars and clubs on the island, and they are all over the place, but the majority are concentrated in San Antonio, San Jose, and Magaluf.
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