In particular, the 'Gayeixample' left Eixample neighborhood, nicknamed 'Gayeixample' is full of cool and trendy places to grab a beer, a cocktail or to dance the night away to cheesy top 40 music. Gay clubs where the old men barely come. Here you can find some of the best gay clubs in Barcelona. Each caters for slightly different tastes, from mainstream cheese to Spanish pop to a lesbian club.
Just Recommended for Gay Clubs because: A Barcelona classic dance club minutes away from the Sala Madrewe find Arena Classica small oasis of great hits from the past and a more relaxed vibe perfect for the mature party-goer.
With a buzzing dance floor, DJs spin late into the night. Which, yes, is held on a Monday night! Barcelona arrives in October with these 10 must-attend parties. Atmosphere: Apolo breathes modernism. Maggie Choo. Featuring a mix Recommended for Gay Clubs because: A Barcelona classic dance club top 40 hits and golden oldies, the club has a fresh and electric vibe in a fun and very 'girlie' atmosphere.
Located in the small makeshift 'pueblo' of Poble Espanol, La Terrazza is situated atop Montjuic and is one of the only late night dance clubs on the mountain. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. The music varies from soul and funk to Latin and reggae, and DJ Marta is sure to keep you guessing at which tune will be played next.
The Arena group is one of Barcelona's largest and most prominent chains of gay and lesbian nightclubs with several locations throughout the city. Prices: Sutton is one of the most popular clubs in Barcelona. You might get lucky and see a great band! However, some bars and dance clubs in Silom Soi 2 prefer proper shoes to allow you inside.
It has 2 rooms, one playing contemporary hits and the other slightly more old-school pop classics. Razzmatazz: Okay, I know, Razzmatazz is not a gay club. More gay than straight at least.