Gay Sevilla Guide

Discover our local Gay Seville Guide and insiders’ recommendations, for best gay bars, clubs, restaurants, museums, monuments, shopping …

Seville is undoubtedly one of the most captivating cities in Spain. Andalusia’s capital has kept a strong identity, due to its extraordinary history.

This is partly due to its particular geographical position at the south edge of Europe and of Iberian Peninsula.

Sevilla offers an exceptionally mild and sunny climate in winter, and summers that often turn incredibly hot.

Handsome hidalgo, flamenco dancers, gypsy singers, brazen-eyed bullfighters, lofty horsemen, and lecherous barbers, those are some of the mythical characters that populate the City, and will feed your fantasies.

Famous for the beauty of its restored palaces, the elegance of its streets, the wealth of museums, churches, and an amazing cathedral, the City is also famous for its unique traditions, such as the Holy Week and the Feria.

The City is full of artistic treasures and its old center is one of the largest in Europe.

Gay Sevilla area

Walking throught the Old City

Going from the Cathedral to Macarena, is a full hour’s walk if you take the time to stroll, and stop on your way to enjoy some tapas or have a beer, in one of the charming squares, shaded by orange trees.

Among the must-see sights of the City are the massive Cathedral, the Alcazar, its fantastic gardens, and the Plaza de Toros – an arena purposed for bull fighting shows.

We would recommend visiting two Palaces. First, the magnificent Casa de Pilatos Palace, which combines the art of the Renaissance with the Mudejar legacy.

Then the Palacio de las Duenas, which was open to the public just 2 years ago.

It used to host one of the most significant and eccentric figure of the City, the Duquesa de Alba, who was more titled than the Queen of England.

The gardens of those two palaces are lovely in spring as in summer, with their walls covered with azulejos and lush vegetation.

Gay bars in Sevilla

The Metropole Parasol, called the Mushrooms by the locals, a giant wooden structure built by the German architect Jurgen Mayer, is a unique place to look out over the City and admire the intertwining of its narrow streets, and the steeples of its many churches, which at one time were minarets.

Gay night life in Alameda de Hercules

The nights are mild, and nightlife concentrates in the district of Alameda, at the foot of Hercules’ statue.

Along this vast esplanade, where all the local population of the City concentrates in the evening, from families to drag queens, you will feel far from the Cathedral, and its over touristic streets.

You can start your evening by eating some tapas in one of the many bars and restaurants along the Esplanade.

Then you can go, but not before 2 or 3 am, to Itaca Club, the huge, kitsch, and mythical club of the City.

In summer, you will have more chance to join one of the outdoors parties.

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Gay beaches close to Sevilla

From Seville, you are only 80 kilometers from the sea side.

Going west, you can reach in less than an hour the first beaches of the Atlantic coast. You can find some gay beaches in Cadiz and Huelva, such as Playa de Cortadura, El Palmar, or Punta Candor.

But also in Canos de Meca which is an increasingly popular gay-friendly seaside destination. Playa de Castillejos is one of the most beautiful gay beach in Spain.

Gay beach Sevilla

Eastside, you can reach Malaga and the famous resort of Torremolinos. Like an Andalusian, you can bask for an entire day on the mythical beach of the Eden Club.

You can have mojitos, food, and good time there, and at the evening join the parties which are organized very often.

Seville is also the ideal place to reach other fascinating cities such as Cordoba, and its beautiful Cathedral, or Granada and its amazing Alhambra Palace, Malaga or Torremolinos or Alicante.

Gay Bars in Sevilla

1987 Bar

El Bosque Animado

Dilema Alameda

El Baron Rampante

El Men to Men

Gay Clubs and parties in Sevilla

Discoteca Itaca

Lux Sevilla

Gay Cruising bars in Seville

El Bunker 

Gay Saunas in Sevilla

Sauna Termas Hispalis

Gay beaches close to Sevilla

Gay beach in Cadiz

Playa de Cortadura

Punta Candor beach

Playa del Palmar

Gay beach in Canos de Meca

Playa de Castillejos

Gay beach in Torremolinos

Eden Beach Club

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