Greece. Santorini, Korfu, Rhodes and Crete are perfect for those travelers for whom relaxing is a priority. Warm sea, beautiful sunsets, breathtaking views - what can be better? And by the way, if you plan to propose your loved one, do it there and it will be unforgettable.
Prague. It is Europe in its classic meaning with its historic venues and admirable architecture. The majority of hotels in the Old Town are LGBT-friendly, so whether you already have a soulmate to celebrate something (anniversary or honeymoon -Prague is perfect for it) or you are in open relationships and look for some adventures – this city will welcome you with open arms.
Sitges. This seaside town is known as a Mecca for gay travelers because it hosts a lot of gay events, it has two nudist beaches and one gay-only, dozens of outdoor cafes, gorgeous restaurants, 23 gay bars, 4 nightclubs, and two very busy saunas.
Bali is a luxurious travel spot for lazy travelers who want to relax and enjoy life. But mind that Indonesia is a conservative Muslim country. You won’t be attacked or abused for being gay because you are a tourist. But being too expressive about your feelings in front of the locals still won’t be taken well.
The Algarve in Portugal is not promoted as LGBT travel destination, but its beautiful nature clearly shows that Portugal is heavily underrated among queer tourists. A typical day in the Algarve for a gay couple includes relaxation at one of many gay-friendly beaches (there are some nudists as well), eating seafood and enjoying a cocktail at one of the gay bars found in Lagos, Portimao and Albufeira.