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Gay clubs, bars, hotels and associations are rampant throughout the country with more of a presence in the larger more cosmopolitan cities, yet still very active within smaller cities.Currently, it is estimated that 10% of Spanish people live in same-sex couples, or are attracted to the same sex, meaning that there are around four million lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered people in Spain.(Andalucia.com) Homosexuality in Spain however, hasn’t always been so accepted.The Gay beach in Sitges is called Playa de la Bossa Rodona and is directly under the Picnic Restaurant on the seafront.

An important thing to note is that this law also improves the legal situation for children born into or adopted by lesbian or homosexual couples, giving them civil and inheritance rights currently denied them under law.

Since the law has been passed, at least 5,000 couples have already applied for permission to marry.

Location: Ronda de Sant Pere 19-21, La Ribera Metro: Urquinaona Tel ( 34) 93 318 06 86 Café Dietrich This is a restaurant/music bar with food until midnight and intermittent drag shows.

Location: c/ Consell de Cent 245, the Eixample Metro: Urgell or Universitat Aire Sala Diana The most popular lesbian bar and club in town.

During Franco’s rule in Spain, homosexuality was illegal.

With the onset of the Spanish constitution in 1978 it was legalized and since then the gay community in Spain has thrived.While there are definitely gay barrios within the city, basically everywhere in Barcelona is welcoming and gay friendly.For both Barcelona residents and travelers the city offers a gay and lesbian hotline (900 601 601) as well as the Sex Tienda, a useful resource which lists gay bars, clubs, hotels and restaurants within the city.Location: c/ Valencia 236, the Eixample Metro: Passeig de Gràcia Tel: ( 34) 93 451 58 12 Arena Madre This discoteca is a gay Barcelona classic. Metro: Universitat Lesbian and mixed bars in Barcelona include: Yet as of late things have been made much easier for gay and lesbian travelers in Spain and in Andalucia in particular.Location: c/Balmes 32, the Eixample Metro: Passeig de Gràcia Tel: ( 34) 93 487 83 42 Santanassa A great bar and club open till 5am with a funkier, more ‘off the beaten track’ gay scene. With the incredible support for same-sex marriages in Spain, people are, for the most part, very tolerant if not completely accepting Like Barcelona, Madrid is also one of Spain´s more cosmopolitan cities, thus it has a thriving and active gay and lesbian community.Although there are no lesbian clubs right now in Sitges, with the growing number of clubs hosting lesbian only nights, a lesbian club is bound to open in the near future.Some Popular Gay Barcelona Bars and Clubs: Salvation A very popular club with European house music.Due to the recent introduction of the controversial homosexual marriage law, Spain became the third European country after the Netherlands and Belgium, to legalize same-sex marriage between native Spanish citizens and also registered foreigners living in Spain.Even though the Catholic Church strongly contested the marriage bill, the large majority of people (especially in urban areas) support equal rights for homosexual couples.One of the most known gay areas in Madrid is Chueca.As it stood in the past Chueca was considered to be a dangerous place, that is, until the gay community started to live there and breathe life into it.

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