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What’s A Gay Got To Do? Malta Plays Backdrop To Travel Blog In Search Of Top Global LGBT+ Friendly Travel Spots

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The Nomadic Boys, Stefan Arestis and Sebastien Chaneac, have been travelling around world for a while now in hopes of curating an in-depth list of awesomely queer hangouts for the gay community.

Their latest trip saw them visit Malta for a few days and while their content is trickling in slowly, we’ve still managed to spot them at a few stops down the rainbow road…


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Since the start of their blog in 2013, the boys have seen exponential growth, particularly among the LGBT+ community.

Offering an easy to understand gay destination guide covering unique romantic spots, culinary and outdoor adventures, Stef and Seb create engaging and aesthetic content designed to inspire their audience to travel to places beyond the pink comfort zone.



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The boys clearly enjoyed Manoel Island, as they took their drone over to the outskirts for a view of Maltas ports from above.

The Greek/French thirst-trap of a couple even stopped by newly launched Brunch Bunch for their launch at the Two Buoys in St Julian’s.

And though they may not have won Coco Bordell’s Drag Bingo prize, they have won the heart of one Undine LaVerve.

The Nomadic Boys are still curating their brilliant Maltese content, so keep and eye peeled on their feeds if you’re interested in finding out all about the best gay-friendly spots around the island.

What we do know for now is that they really enjoyed The Silent City, our old capital, Mdina.


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Add that to Manoel Island, Valletta’s walls and innercity streets with a spot of brunch and you’ve just listed the perfect itinerary for my kind of holiday.

If you’re interested in checking out Brunch Bunch’s five courses of fun for yourself, have a look at December’s menu:

Or check out the event page here. Brunch Bunch is the brainchild of Lollipop’s own Kris Micallef, who has teamed up with Malta Pride’s creative director Peter Carbonaro, so you know it’s going to be great.

Share this with your gay friends abroad and make sure they start planning their trip to Malta ASAP

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