Corralejo Dunes

Corralejo Dunes
GPS: Lat: 28.71031 - Lon: -13.83762
The dunes extend about 8kms and most of it is naturist once away from a couple of hotels.

Reviews

will
02/02/2018
This has got to be our best naturist experience for some time having sampled the beaches of Corralejo, El Cotillo and Sotoventa over the past week. Corralejo is the most user friendly of all with a nice mix of couples and families, only just off the road with a walk of only 100 metres to bring you to the waters edge. Best place to park is just as FV1 starts to go inland around the protected dunes. The naturist beaches are fully visible from the road but no one seems to be bothered, you are also interspersed with some textiles, but that is the nice thing about all these beaches...everybody just gets on with their own thing, it’s a lovely atmosphere. Try and get one of the sand filled ‘bunker’ holes made of volcanic rocks for protection against the wind...we managed to on most days. Beach is lovely to walk along, but watch the waves, they can be big and there is an undertow.
El Cotillo is more for the adventurous situated to the north of the town, drive just off the tarmac road and you will see a number of parked cars. Spectacular seas and a rocky shore from La Concha north with little sand pockets to lie in, the further you go along this shoreline the more you need mountain goat qualities...worth the experience though!
Sotavento beach is for the walkers, you can walk naked for miles on spectacular beaches, but you need to know your tide times.
It is also worth thinking about a walk inland along some of the old paths, you need good trainers/walking shoes and a bag for water and clothes of course. The interior is literally deserted, we walked naked for nearly three hours without seeing a soul and you can see for miles. We walked from a footpath just west of Morro towards Cofete.
All in all wonderful place for naturism...recommended! Nov 18.

paul stone
19/10/2012
was here early october weather was great, was lovely walking naked through the dunes. ps dont forget sun cream.

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