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Provincetown

“P-Town,” which is perched on the very tip of Cape Cod, started to attract gays and lesbians in the 1960s when it was predominantly a colony for eccentric artists, radical politicos and anyone else who shunned the status quo.

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Santa Cruz

This incredible coastal city has immense pleasures to offer the local and traveler alike. The relaxed beach lifestyle laced throughout town is enhanced by the local high tech industry feel as well as a vibrant university culture.

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Taos

This tiny town of 4,700 in the New Mexico hills is a long-time home to artists and free spirits and a popular vacation spot for GLBT visitors. About 90 minutes outside Santa Fe, Gay Taos offers great art galleries, top-notch restaurants and…

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Marrakesh

Nestled in the foothills of the snow capped Atlas Mountains, bustling Marrakech is a welcome step back in time, embracing and expounding upon its North African identity.

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Laguna Beach

The only district in OC to overwhelmingly vote No on Prop 8, Laguna Beach is Republican Orange County’s liberal enclave, artist colony, and primary gay community.

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Edinburgh

With around half a million people calling this ancient city home, there’s a little something for everyone in Gay Edinburgh!

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Savannah

When it comes to accommodations, Savannah offers everything from historic bed-and-breakfasts and trendy downtown hotels to affordable chains.

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