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If you love to party, don’t skip a night or two in Hvar. Croatia’s party island will keep you dancing all night long!

Travel to one of Croatias most wonderful islands. Vis offers the best of both worlds. The island offers a buzzing restaurant and bar scene, as well as tranquil beauty and a peaceful ambiance.

Dubrovnik is a must-see destination for every gay traveler in Croatia. An elegant (and famous) old city, huge nightclubs and local island day trips will keep you plenty busy.

The giant Mljet Island is home to a national park you won’t want to miss. Outdoorsman will love the clearwater lakes to swim in and plentiful trails to bike and hike.

Cozy nightlife, gay beaches, gay sailing…Split has it all. Not far from Dubrovnik, gay travelers love adding Split as a stop on their adventure. This guide shares all you’ll need to know.

Summer 2021 dates are now available. Learn about our gay sailing holidays including what it’s like, who’s coming, trip dates, FAQ’s & how to book!

Korčula is without a doubt the best undiscovered destination in the Croatian islands. From beautiful rooftops in the old city to raging foam parties, you’re guaranteed to gave a fantastic gay Croatia experience here in Korčula.

Much less traveled, Okuklje engulfs every visitor with peace and a slice of authentic Croatia. Check out what to do here and how to get to this tiny-town paradise.

A beautiful and quaint port town, Maslinica is peaceful and tame, yet offers stylish and upscale dining options you can’t miss. Don’t miss Maslinica while sailing the Croatian islands.

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Gay Croatia Local Life

Croatia gay life is not exactly easy for locals. Most LGBT Croatians keep their sexuality hidden from the public eye out of fear of discrimination.

They do not usually express their identity openly. Hate speech has been on the rise against LGBT individuals and Serbs prior to 2017, according to reports compiled that year on the issue.

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Croatia by law defends all citizens against discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. The country allows gays, lesbians and bisexual individuals to serve in the military. Changing legal gender is also legal.

A major downfall is that the Croatian constitution bans same-sex marriage. The country revised the constitution to define marriage as union solely between a man and woman. A 2017 Pew Research Study found that more than 60% of Croatians oppose same-sex marriage.

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Gay rights gained more of a foothold in 2014, when Croatia passed the Life Partnership Act. The Life Partnership Act allows gay couples to receive the same legal benefits as heterosexual couples for just about everything except adoption rights.

On a positive note, a 2016 ILGA poll found that 75% of Croatians would have no issue with a LGBT neighbor. 10% of people responded they would be very uncomfortable with a LGBT neighbor.

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