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Author:  Brad [ Fri Feb 05, 2016 3:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain - Info & Reviews

Any information about clothing-optional beaches in Spain or its territories. Directions, logistics, climate, reviews, ratings, warnings, discussions and experiences intended to provide potential travelers with information as to what can be expected and when they should go.

Author:  Willy [ Sat Feb 06, 2016 1:31 am ]
Post subject:  Vera Playa

Vera Playa is the beach community of Vera,Spain. The combination of it's southern location and landscape gives it a warm to hot climate year round.

A part of Vera Playa (maybe 40%) is naturist. That's the beach,parking lot and residential areas. It's fairly common to walk from the apartment complexes in the naturist zone to the beach naked. The naturist complexes tend to require nudity at least at the pool area.

You'll find people that park campers in the parking lot and spend weeks in the nude. Others who stay outside will park and change in the parking lot.

The beach has showers and toilets but the toilets open late morning. 10 or 11am.

The naturist part of the beach is signed but there is plenty of motion between the naturist and textile area. Mornings when the beach isn't full you'll find many walking quite a way into the textile section. Textiles will stroll the naturist section all day long.

Mostly the mood is laid back real naturists. Last summer we saw a bit of obvious exhibitionism and a few textile voyeurs. :shock: But that sort of stuff is rare.

It's not the easiest part of Spain to get to. Fairly far south. Not next door to any airport. It's also an area having a car is a plus

Author:  Rien1984 [ Sat Feb 06, 2016 1:48 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain

For me the absolute highlight of Spain is Formentera, an island next to the famous island of Ibiza. Naturism is allowed on virtually all beaches, although practised by a minority. I was on the island for only a few days last June, and had an absolute blast. Given the (for European standards) high prices on Formentera, it is a very popular spot for people in the age group 25-35 (compared to 16-25 in a lot of other Spanish beach towns).

Upon my first arrival on Llevant beach I was not sure whether all I had read on internet before my departure was correct. When I arrived 100% of the beach goers were dressed, so I figured maybe the rules had changed. When I walked a little further I saw the first naked couple, a nude single lady and the rest were at least partially dressed. However, I was happy already since apparently nudity was allowed and not a problem. I found myself a nice spot in a not too busy area and undressed, never to get dressed again for the rest of the day.

During the day, the beach got busier and busier, and my guess is that approximately 10-15% of the beach-goers were naked (both males and females). The following days this percentage didn't change much. Nudity is viewed as perfectly natural and nobody will frown if you opt to undress. I absolutely loved it and naturally it was a day full of CFNM!

Why is Formentera so much better you might ask? Well mainly given the beauty of the beaches. Some people call it the European Caribbean and they are perfectly right to do so. The beaches are white and the sea is perfectly clear. Ok, prices are relatively high, but it's absolutely worth it. I'm looking forward already for my next visit (most likely in June).

Author:  Brad [ Sat Feb 06, 2016 11:06 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain

Thanks guys! This is exactly what these forums are about! ;)

Author:  Willy [ Sat Feb 06, 2016 9:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Parque Regional Calblanque

Supposedly all the various beaches at the park are C/O but we've only been to the ones near Playa Negrete. The Negrete area is the main naturist section.

From the main road you face a fifteen to twenty minute drive on a rough dirt road. If you arrive after eleven there will likely be a parking problem. The beaches won't be full but to protect the natural environment the park limits the number of visitors. It's a classic wild beach. You need to pack in everything you might need. Water,food etc. The only services are the trash bins.

During the week Negrete is majority nude. Weekends you'll have a bit more textile families. Very relaxed environment. Everybody is friendly with each other. There is some wandering from beach to beach but it's not the sort of place that attracts watchers. Too much effort to arrive.

The park is basically a desert. Behind the beaches the landscape provides a virtual wall protecting the wide sandy beaches. There are trails in the park . Off trail IIRC is forbidden

Author:  spanishsun [ Wed Aug 22, 2018 7:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain - Info & Revi


I'll be Spain in September-October. I plan to go to the Barcelona beaches (Marbella, Barceloneta etc).

What other areas in the east and south of Spain (islands exclude) are best for cfnm? Canos de Meca?

Author:  Willy [ Thu Aug 23, 2018 4:23 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain - Info & Revi

If you want CFNM you should look at the more urban beaches.

Vera Playa but October I wonder how the crowds would be.

You can strip off in the parking lot and walk around the naturist area.

Other then that not much comes to mind.

Author:  DaveTheRave [ Thu Aug 23, 2018 6:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain - Info & Revi

I am in Spain right now and so far it’s been disappointing in terms of CFNM as the nude beach I went to was 95% all nude and there are white cloth screens that run down to near the waters edge to separate the nude area. The textiles then leave a good 20m before setting up on the far side. The other end is enclosed in by unpassable rocks. Also have to pay €20 per day for 2 loungers and use of a fixed parasol. Not seen anybody much with a phone out or cameras so kept away from that too.

There is another beach nearer to Malaga I will try next week. Being a family holiday it’s hard to ‘get out’. Lots of amazing tits out on the regular beach and allowed myself to be seen ‘changing’ a couple of times but no reaction of any kind, assume they are Spanish women.


Author:  Willy [ Thu Aug 23, 2018 4:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain - Info & Revi

The screens sound wierd. Is this an area with a large number of UK tourists?

Author:  DaveTheRave [ Fri Aug 24, 2018 8:16 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Topic: Clothing-Optional Beaches in Spain - Info & Revi

Willy wrote:
The screens sound wierd. Is this an area with a large number of UK tourists?

Yes it is. Costa del sol near Malaga. I tried to find a link or pics but there are none about. The beach is called Guadalmar Beach and quite compact with about 600m of beach of which 150m seemed to be nude. Tomorrow I am going back and aim to take some pics and speak to the guy who sells the loungers and parasols.


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