You will immediately feel at home in the City Different. Santa Fe opens its arms to travelers with diverse interests and different backgrounds in search of discovery, wonder and adventure.
In the early 20th century, Santa Fe became an artist's haven welcoming writers, painters, socialites and photographers eager for new subject matter and a different life. That same open-armed spirit exists today. In fact, New Mexico made Urban Institute's list of U.S. metro areas headed by same-sex partners. You will find a wide spectrum of activities and destinations to keep you busy as the city specifically caters to gay and lesbian travelers, both couples, singles and families.
Today Santa Fe counts the fifth most same-sex-couple households. Travel + Leisure rated Santa Fe #4 in the country for best cities for gay travel in 2013ǃ Santa Fe also gets high marks for culture, boutiques, and flea markets. Check out the article here. The City Council recently passed a resolution in support of gay marriage, read the article here.