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12 Great nudist beaches in Spain
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Article in El Pais today. 
No.12 is Playa Jarugo in Fuerteventura (headed in the article as being in Puerto del Rosario!) but is correctly described within the writeup as being accessed through Tindaya.

link to article in El Pais
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#11 has a series of beaches. If you like wild natural non commercial beaches is great.  Not the easiest to get to.
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I've been to a number of those beaches, but I still consider Sotavento in Fuerteventura to be one of the finest naturist beaches in Europe.
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I wrote this last year. Anyone have any other suggestions? Naturist beaches in Fuerteventura
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Nice recap JP although this is far from the true:

Quote:There are two “beaches” in Caleta de Fuste. Both are man-made and neither are naturist (although they are at least topless).

Beaches in Caleta aren't man-made, although the recent man-made refurb action wasn't really a great. Caleta main beach 60+ years ago, before the tourism boom.

To stay on topic, there's a small part of pebble beach in Caleta dedicated to naturists as well as a couple or three small and mostly empty beaches between Caleta (Salinas) and Pozo Negro. Takes about 30 minutes walk from Caleta to the first beach.


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I would also consider Playa Blanca (between the airport and PdR) as naturist beach although there's always much more textiles.


Overall, I like the blog post and the map you've created looks pretty handy especially to a first time naturist visitor.
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What makes a good naturist beach? Our spot beneath the Robinson in Esquinzo does it for me. Usually soft sand with easy access to the sea. The option of a sunbed for comfort. A beach cafe and services nearby, but not too close.  Downsides. Can get a tad too busy. If you are unlucky, storms can blast it back to bedrock. Can get windy at times, but usually ok. 
For a more remote experience has anyone tried Playa Juan Gomez on the Jandea peninsula?  Remote with reasonable swimming but need to take care not to trash the hire car and don’t fall down the cliff. It hurts. 
Need to take your own shade (And everything else)
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playa juan Gomez, Fuerteventura


Not tried it Magoo. Do you have to scramble down a cliff to get to it? If so it'll be off limits to me  Sad
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Hi Tamara

The cliff is not that steep and can be negotiated on two feet in places. However, I would not recommend it for anyone who has mobility problems, as there could be no one around to assist should you take a tumble. 
Go take a look, you can drive up to the cliff edge with a bit of care.  The best route is just past the Cofete turn off, as far as I remember it is signposted. Another track takes you down a bit of a waddi and you jink off to the right at the bottom. Wouldn’t recommend it without a 4x4 though, although I have done it.
Being on the East side of the peninsula, it is sheltered from the Atlantic.  You may encounter the odd goat or donkey, but very few people. Saying that, the jeep safari visits occasionally
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