Category Archives: Spain

Playa el Saler, Valencia, Spain.

The city of Valenica, is Spain’s 3rd largest, boasting history, culture, restaurants, and architecture. The city’s port is the Mediterranean’s busiest and Europe’s 5th largest. This beach to the south of the city and the port area, is on the 20km narrow stretch of sand extending from the Rio Guadalaviar or the Playa Canina de Pinedo area. The… Read More »

Es Trenc, Majorca, Spain.

39° 20′ 40.7508” N – (39.344653) – 2° 59′ 4.218” E (2.984505) This beach is one of those ‘must’ beaches in an often overlooked corner of Majorca. The beach is a 2 km long stretch of white sand between two headlands. On the south-eastern side of one of the most picturesque islands I have ever been on. The nudist… Read More »

Benalnatura (2) – Benalmadena – Costa Del Sol – Spain

There are beaches and then there is this beach (I don’t say this lightly) – this beach can be described in three words, atmosphere, atmosphere, atmosphere. I don’t think I’ve had more fun on another beach anywhere in the word. In fairness you can stay on the beach, read your book and drift off into your own world,… Read More »

Benalnatura Playa – Benalmedena Costa del Sol Spain

A little coved beach with steep cliffs on three sides and dense vegetation this beach is a hidden oasis nestled between apartment blocks and on a main road. The beach is easily accessible by bus with ample parking and access to the beach is via a gentle set of stairs. The surrounds are quickly forgotten as the backdrop… Read More »

Nudism in Spain

Spain is a mecca for nudists. With a perfect beach climate, extensive coastline, literally several hundred beaches and numerous resorts offering nudist opportunities, Spain has something for either the seasoned or newbie nudist. The mild climate almost allows for visits almost all year round. The Spanish attitude towards naturism is very laisse-faire and relaxed yet at the same… Read More »

Waikiki, Cala Fonda & Playa de Calabeig, la Roca Plana (Waikiki 2) – Tarragona, Spain

These two spectacular beaches are two separate coves a couple of hundred meters apart hidden on a headland in a small stretch of coastal pine forest. (Tamarit-Punta de la Mora)  These beaches are very similar and well-populated during summer, but can be difficult to find if you don’t know the area. Once you find them, you will not… Read More »

Platja de la Mar Bella – Barcelona.

This is a very pleasant city beach and one that you probably should visit if in Barcelona. Its close to a metro railway station it’s very easily accessible, although it’s slightly out of the main part of town, but an easy walk if you wish and have the time. This beach is reflective of Barcelona’s atmosphere, vibrant, accepting… Read More »

Platja de la Savinosa. (TARRAGONA)

The beach is a very pleasant one, not far off the main road out of Tarragona on the Carrier Via Augusta. There are a few houses and small apartment blocks that are on the other side of the main southern rail line (trains roar past regularly including the hi speed trains) and overlook the beach. The beach is… Read More »

Platja de la Mar Bella, Barcelona – How to get there.

[codepeople-post-map]This beach is located about 4 kilometres from the central part of town. ie La Rambla.  It’s one of the beaches on the north-eastern section of beaches from the city and being a city beach it gets very busy. You can walk from the main part of town – basically turn left at the end of the La… Read More »

Platja dels Balmins – Sitges

[codepeople-post-map] Platja dels Balmins, located in the party town of Sitges, is about 45 minutes by train, south of Barcelona and a lazy 10 or 15 minute walk from the station.  The town itself caters for the tourist with quite a few souvenir shops and eateries; it has a great feel and is well worth a stroll down… Read More »