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Puerto Vallarta and Punta Mita, Mexico

Puerto Vallarta is a resort city on the Pacific coast of Mexico with great waves for surfing, an old Spanish feel, and a thriving LGBT scene.

The city has several gay hotels, like the Hotel Mercurio.

Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Located at at the very tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is a charming resort town that has been drawing in gay travelers for years.

“This is a gay Mecca, which makes it an obvious choice for gay honeymooners,” Pauline Frommer, the publisher of Frommers.com, said. “It’s famous for drag shows, restaurants, and a vibrant gay community that’s been there for decades.”

The town is full of quaint guest houses, elegant restaurants, and has access to the incredible beaches of the Cape Cod National Seashore.

There are dozens of charming gay-friendly guesthouses and inns, but the Crown Point Historic Inn & Spa and Surfside Hotel & Suites offer exclusive romance and honeymoon packages.

Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv is hands-down the most gay-friendly destination in the Middle East.  With its raging nightlife, gorgeous beaches, and cool, laid-back vibe, it’s no surprise that the Israeli city is attracting gay visitors.

Frommer added that gay couples may want to take a side trip to Jerusalem, but may have to keep their relationships under wraps there since the ancient city is so religious.

Napa and Sonoma, California

Honeymooners will want to sip the region’s delicious wines, explore quaint towns like St. Helena and Yountville, stay at a charming bed and breakfast like The Inn on First in downtown Napa Valley, take the wine train, and just relax with their new husbands or wives.