Spain is worldwide known for its sun, shore and for being a very LGBT-friendly country. What if we mix these attributes? Spain becomes the LGBT paradise of summer. One question: why all gay beaches […].
January 30, pm Updated February 26, pm. The white sands of Es Cavallet are so beautiful they have become a haunt for millions of tourists, including those who want to get intimate on holiday. But now campaigners say the steamy sessions are to blame for the erosion of the famous, but delicate, dunes which are part of Ses Salines Natural Park. Island newspaper Diario de Mallorca says the protected areas of the beach are closed off with fencing but cruisers are jumping over them on a daily basis. Es Cavallet apparently comes out top in a poll for preferred sexual locations, especially as the dunes offer protection from prying eyes. They say an information campaign was tried several years ago but visitors ignored the advice and even became aggressive. Patrols are being ruled out because unless they can be done on a daily basis, cruisers would go away one day but return the next.
By Damian Corrigan. There are currently no laws against nudity in public in Spain, which means that you can go anywhere in the country naked. However, whether this means the residents of Spain would be happy for you to walk in the nude down Las Ramblas is questionable.
From white sandy coves ideal for catching the sunset, to abandoned bays steeped in fabled myth, The White Isle has something to suit the needs of every devoted beach lover. Those in the know come early to avoid the crowds and to take advantage of the still, turquoise waters as they gently lap against the shore. To get there, follow the promenade that snakes around the coastline from sunset strip. Because with diamond-clear water and pinky-gold sand, this is pretty much paradise. Another west coast wonder, Cala Tarida is a colossal stretch of sand favoured by families.