Why Cabo San Lucas Is the New Kind of Gay Hotspot
go to original
April 26, 2017

For couples or groups, especially wedding parties, CaboVillas offers mini-mansions (CaboVillas)

You could use a break, and we know just the place — a place where warm beaches, ridiculously good food, and beautiful resorts culminate in an unparalleled vacation destination.

Cabo San Lucas offers all this, plus low-key but friendly gay life — perfect for people who want to avoid over-the-top scenes like Miami and Fort Lauderdale but still gets lots of gay in. It’s the new kind of LGBTQ-friendly destination, where you can be like everyone else but still feel totally comfortable being yourself with your friends and partners.

Here, visitors and locals mingle on long sprawling beaches, tanning, biking, scuba diving, and sailing their hearts out. And it’s super-easy to make quick trips to old town resort city San José del Cabo.

There, you’ll soak in 18th-century Spanish colonial architecture and absorb the super-chill local scene: the art galleries, beautiful churches, inexcusably good restaurants (we’re looking at you, Don Sanchez), and the Palmilla Golf Club, if that’s your thing.

Check out 5 reasons you should immediately put Cabo San Lucas on your travel itinerary at Queerty

Related: St. Regis Hotels & Resorts Expands Its Presence in Los Cabos, Mexico (Hotel Business)

We invite you to add your charity or supporting organizations' news stories and coming events to PVAngels so we can share them with the world. Do it now!

You Can Make a Difference

Coronavirus - How You Can HelpIf you would like to donate directly to the non-profits in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, here are some suggestions you may want to consider to help our local communities in this time of greatest need.

Coronavirus - How You Can Help

Local News

Discover Vallarta-Nayarit

Banderas Bay offers 34 miles of incomparable coastline in the states of Jalisco and Nayarit, and is home to Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit's many great destinations.