Spain – May 2011 (Post 3)

Playa de Negrete

The final beach we went to was a trip back to Playa de Negrete in the Calblanque Regional Park (see post 3 May 2010).

However, instead of staying on the main Playa de Negrete beach, we headed over the headland to the smalled coves on the other side.  I’m not sure what they are called hence I’ve titled this beach review – Playa de Negrete.

Directions

Follow directions as stated in previous post of this beach.  To get to the smaller coves head right as you face the beach and walk along Playa de Negrete.  There is a very small cove (about 5 metres wide) at the foot of the headland.  Walk past here up and over the headland.  At the top of the headland you’ll see the coves in front of you.  Take when walking over the headland – there are some paths but be careful where you place your foot as some of the rocks are loose.  We suggest you spend the day on the second beach you get to.

Review

Unlike Playa de Negrete, this beach was 100% naked, with a surprising mixture of younger couples.  The beach is made up of soft sand and calm water.

The first picture shows the headland that you need to walk over.  The second shows the beach to head for (as seen from the top of the headland).

The beach was gorgeous and so would definitely recommend it.

However, if you decide to come here, stay clear from the cove to the right of this beach.

I decided to go off snorkeling around the rocks and down past the adjacent cove.  It was here that I saw two men having sex and then got wanked at by a lone male as I made my way back. I would therefore warn people to stay away from this section.  Honestly, what is it with some people!

 

If any of you have been to this beach we would love to here from you.  Also if any of you have stayed in any nudist friendly properties in this area we’d love to here about it

Posted on August 22, 2011, in Calblanque Regional Park, Cartagena, La Manga, Nakation, Naturist Beach, Nudist Beach, nudist friendly properties, Playa Negrete. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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