Posted by on August 19, 2015

Explore the UK’s most popular gay seaside destination.  Great gay bars, clubs, saunas & hotels.

Brighton with it’s many seafront arches, now have trendy bars, cafes, restaurants and clubs. Paving and new lighting has made the beachfront more attractive and safer both during the day and night.  Seafront sculptures have been installed from local artists with titles such as Afloat (also known by locally as the green donut), Passacaglia (a giant iron wave that rises up from the beach) and Kiss Wall on the prom.

The beach itself is mostly shingle with a flat sandy foreshore only visible at low tide. Some form of beach mat and beach shoes are advisable. The sea water is clean and has been awarded a European Blue Flag for quality. 

With such a large gay population, you are going to find gay sunbathers all along the beach front, but the official nudist section is generally the most popular.

Brighton offers one of the largest gay nightlife scenes outside of London catering for both a huge local gay population and visitors. There is definitely lots of gay friendly activities in Brighton, day or night.A for sure gay destination to visit.

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