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Do naturists use hired sun loungers at Morro del Jable?
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Hi, going to Morro del Jable in October. Wondering about the sun loungers for hire near the lighthouse or those nearer the town, and if these are used by naturists or if it’s generally textiles only on these? Any info appreciated!! Thanks.
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If you can find a photo or map showing the lifeguard towers that's more useful IMHO than the lighthouse.

Basically from tower 3 all the way to tower 5 is clothing optional. Sand or lounger.


Honestly I've seen people even in the highly textile zones. The difference is they'll take spots further back. In the area past tower 3 it's nude where ever you feel comfortable.
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Hi Will, thanks very much for your reply, its really helpful. I’d read some previous threads on this from a few years back  but am very glad to have up to date guidance. Really looking forward to Morro del Jable in October. Thanks again. Barry5
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Will is spot on,

Northwards (to the left when facing the sea) of lifeguard station T3 you can rent no problem, I’ve rented in the nearest sunbed section north of T3 which is on the town side of the lighthouse & was always 100% nude when I was there, funnily enough the beds in the immediate vicinity of the lighthouse were quite textile looking to me when I was passing by, the front rows anyway as Will also alludes to but I only glanced up, probably because there is easy pedestrian access to that section of beach for anyone staying in the area across the road from the lighthouse, looking forward to being there again mid October myself
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Many thanks Fizzy, delighted with that info. Would you happen to know if there is a weekly rate for the sun loungers or just a daily one… is it 13.50 a day? Thanks again. Barry5
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(23-08-2023, 04:20 PM)Barry5 Wrote: Many thanks Fizzy, delighted with that info. Would you happen to know if there is a weekly rate for the sun loungers or just a daily one… is it 13.50 a day? Thanks again. Barry5

Can’t remember the price but for 13.50 I assume that’s for two sunbeds & an umbrella? You don’t have to take the umbrella if you don’t want it, not aware of any discount for booking for a week as I move about the beaches down south, sometimes the mrs isn’t always with me & I have in the past been able to hire one sunbed, don’t know if that’s still a thing though
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Ok thanks again for your help. Enjoy the beaches when you get back there 😀
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Looks like the prices have not increased much, I suppose there is a limit on how much you can screw out of people in the current climate. The last time that I was in Esquinzo a couple of klicks North, the sunbed guy was offering deals if you booked the week. The section just under the Robinson hotel is popular with naturists . Can't remember the exact details as we had no intention of doing that beach every day. We pick up a hire car at the airport to use for our stay. Even if it sits outside of the apartment not moving for a few days, it pays for its self in transfer fees and local taxis.
Usually we do a trip to El Cotillo to do some nude snorkelling in the lagoons. The place has a real Robinson Crusoe feel to it.
Enjoy your visit
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Thanks Magoo, that's helpful, we'll just wait and see what the guys in Morro can do for us. First trip to Fuerteventura so really looking forward to it 😁
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As all the beach equipment seems to be owned and controlled by the local ayuntamiento, I'm sure they will all do the same deals. I would ask if you have to take all your days consecutively, or you can pick and choose your beach days. Even on Fuerteventura, you get the odd cool day, or sometimes rain. The wind can also wreck a day on the beach and you would be better around the pool, or go sightseeing. Note that all Fuerteventura pools are bloody freezing, even the so called heated ones.
If you get a chance, visit Cofete, which is on the southern peninsula. A jeep safari is most likely the safest way of getting there, as it is off road. Its a bucket list sight, but don't be tempted to swim there, even if others are doing it.
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