Category Archives: Calblanque Regional Park

Nakation News – Best Nudist Beaches in Spain have listed their top 15 nude beaches in Spain.  Heres a guide to top 11 on mainland Spain:

1. La Mar Bella, Barcelona

Click here for mynakation blog on this beach.

2. Waikiki or Cala Fonda, La Mora, Tarragona

The Bare Beaches book provides the following information on this beach:

“Not one but a couple of pretty naturist coves go by the names of Cala de la Roca Plana and Cala Fonda – often simply referred to as Waikiki.  They are off the beaten track and attract a lively young crowd.  The unspoilt little bays are backed by pinewoods and have great swimming but no lifeguard.  Some buff bathers use the yellow mud on the cliff as a skin toning treatment.  Take your own refreshments and sun shade.

The coves are between Platja Llarga and La Mora.  Take the N340 east out of Tarragona, and in a short distance (near km marker 1168) turn right for Punta de la Mora and follow the signs to Camping Torre de la Mora.  From the approach to the campsite a footpath strikes off to the right, up into the woods and has small guiding arrows.  During the summer months simply follow the other visitors.  The walk to the first cove (Cala de la Roca Plana) is almost a mile.  Cala Fonda is just beyond”.

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3. Platgetes de Bellver (Castellon), Valencia

This beach is located to the north of Benicassim.  The official tourist website for Valencia states the following:

After the yacht port, a craggy and woody coast follows, where small and inaccessible creeks can be found before arriving in the zone known as Platgetes. These are two closed creeks located in a quiet residential area consisting of single-family houses and villas. There is a nudism area situated near the rail-way of Oropesa.

4. Playa los Tusales, La Marina, Guardamar

The Bare Beaches book provides the following information on this beach:

“A pale sandy beach backed by dunes and pinewoods near La Marina.  Popular with families, this delightfully unspoilt beach has more than 2km for naked bathing – room for everyone to find their own space.

To get to the beach drive south from Alicante through Santa Pola on the N332 to La Marina.  Turn left down the lane next to Camping Internacional and after 1.5km at the car park turn right.  From the end of the car park, south to the river Segura, the beach is au natural,”

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5.  Calblanque National Park

Click here and here for my blog on recent visits to Playa Negrete.

6.  Playa de Monsul, Almeria

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7.  Canos de Meca, Barbate

The Bare Beaches book provides the following information:

“This is a picturesque and popular golden sandy beach backed by natural low cliffs on the edge of the Brena Natural Park.  The traditionally nude beach has a friendly atmosphere and is popular with young people.

To get to the beach drive south through the village of Canos de Meca to the end of the road by the Hostal Mar Frente.  A path and steps lead down to the beach in less than two minutes.”

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8.  Con do Corvo, Pontevedra

9.  Playa de Combouzas, La Coruna

The Bare Beaches book provides the following information:

This lovely unspoilt white sand Galician bay is a favourite with local naturist, attracting upwards of 500 naked bathers in the summer.  This official nudist location has lifeguards, a beach bar, showers and toilets.”

10.  Penarrubia, Gijon

11.  Playa de los Nudistas (el Arenal), Cantabria

If any of you have been to any of these beaches then please let us know your thoughts.

I’d love to go to all of these next summer so I anyone can recommend any nudist-friendly properties that are close to these beaches please get in touch!


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.


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.


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

Spain – May 2010 (Part 3)

Playa de Negrete

The final beach we visited during our week stay was the gorgeous Playa de Negrete.

The beach is located in Calblanque Regional Park between Cartagena and La Manga.


To get to the beach drive towards La Manga along the MU 312.  Just before La Manga, you’ll come to Los Belones.  Pass through here and you’ll see a sign for Calblanque (Via de Servicio) – take this exit.  Just before the service station there is a sinlge dirt track (signposted Calblanque Regional Park).  Follow this track until you get to the information centre.  Here the road splits in two.  Take the right hand one (signposted Playa Negrete).  From here keep going until you get to a small car park with shelters to park under.  Drive past here and follow the track to the right.  Keep going as far as you can and park your car here.

Here, you can either take the wooden walkway down to the beach or cut over the rocks.  Playa Negrete is on the right (as you face the sea).


The large sandy beach gently slopes into the sea.  The beach attracts a mixture of textiles and naturists and is very family orientated.  It was lovely to see groups of people of all ages coming down to the beach to spend the evening.  There are some rocks and coves to explore so there are some snorkeling opportunities.  There are smaller beaches further to the right but we decided to stay on Playa Negrete.

We would definitely recommend this beach to anyone in this part of the country.

If any of you have visited this beach which would love to hear from you.  Also, if any of you have any nudist friendly accommodation ideas in the La Manga area we love to here from you!