Stunning beaches in stunning surroundings due to the sand dunes. We took the coast road up from Caleta, passing the Volcano on the left hand side, over the brow of a hill to a breath-taking view.
Plenty of places to park, and a short walk to the beach. Seas are rough due to the winds, and of course freezing, but once braved it is a refreshing experience.
Beach was not too busy when we arrived around 10 am, and for the naturists among you, there are stone bunkers, which enable you to sunbathe privately, although beware of what we named the 'meercats' which were the single males doing the rounds trying to peek into the bunkers for a cheap thrill. Plenty of other places for the less shy naturists as well, most of which seemed to be single males.
There is as well a small beach hut selling cold drinks, sandwiches and pizzas.
There are also plenty of places for the ‘textiles’ to sunbathe, closer to the RUI hotels
Try also the beaches across the other coast in El Cotillo the old capital about 15 mins drive away
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