Best Of GayCities: Final Chance To Create Your “Ultimate Dream Voyage”

Jan 09, 2013

Today is the very last day to be a part of Best of GayCities. This year, the gay travel guide and social network is asking you to create your personalized “Ultimate Dream Voyage” itinerary. Just choose your favorite destinations around the world in all six categories, and see what the trip of a lifetime would look like on the Best of GayCities interactive map.

Fill out your interactive world map by 11:59PM EST today (January 9) and you coud win a fabulous vacation for two to the island paradise of Curaçao. After the campaign closes, GayCities will reveal a list of all the top destinations chosen by readers like you.

Need some travel inspiration to kickstart your own adventure? Check out some featured itineraries by GayCities members all over the country, and start your “Ultimate Dream Voyage” today!

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  • Beachcomber

    Listing Provincetown’s Herring Cove Beach among your top 10 nude beaches is nothing short of irresponsible. It is not only technically illegal to go naked along this stretch of the U.S. National Seashore, it is de facto illegal under federal law. Despite what you report, plenty of tickets are handed out each year at this beach, especially during the busy holiday weekends. No, U.S. Park Rangers do not look the other way. They enforce the law– on motorbikes, on horseback, and by undercover foot patrols. Rangers also target the activity in the dunes. Does this mean nudity and public sex don’t take place? Of course they do. But many a sweet boy has left good old Provincetown with a besmirched record.

    Speaking of great beaches, what about Playa d’Es Cavellet on the White Island of Ibiza, Spain? It comes complete with a wonderful, remote bistro to have lunch called Chiringay. Chillout music is pumped out to the sunbathers and the scene is so European. The nearby woods are very active.

    How about the iconic Cala de Home Mort, south of Sitges, Spain, with its legendary woods? Sure, this beach is a bitch to get to (I tore a ligament on the rocky Costa Brava while hiking there that took six months to heal), but it’s paradise once you arrive. There is generous sunshine and lots of hot boys on the sand.

    On a sad note, this year we will lose the nudist sections of Fire Island National Seashore in New York. A new park administrator has arrived with a puritan bend. SHE is using Hurricane Sandy’s damage and falsified allegations of prostitution and public sex as excuses to force everyone to cover-up. What a shame! I always found the small section of beach near the Fire Island Lighthouse to be so much more chill than Gunnison Beach on Sandy Hook and comfortably less cruisy. Oh well, nothing lasts forever.