Sun lovers looking for naturist Fuerteventura will find that the island offers the perfect beaches to get an all over tan, as naturists can use most of the beaches on the island. There is no beach segregation for naturists, but it is common to see naturists on any beach outside of the main tourist beaches in towns. Going topless is common on all of the islands beaches and around the swimming pools of hotels and apartment complexes. If you are thinking of going naked then it’s best to see what people are doing around you, and then you won’t go far wrong.
The Grandes Playas near Corralejo.
These beaches front the sand dunes of the National Park, and the naturists use the beaches south of the Oliva Beach Hotel. You can park your car in the parking spaces next to the main road, the FV-1, and walk across the sand dunes to these beaches – about 400 metres.
The lagoon beaches north of El Cotillo.
The naturists are generally found at La Concha Beach and further north. You can park your car in a car park at La Concha, or further north, you can park alongside the road to the lighthouse.
The Sotavento beaches, south of Costa Calma.
These beaches stretch for miles and the naturists stroll up and down the edge of the sea. Parking is limited to a number of access points, but all are signposted off the main road, the FV-2.
The beach in Morro Jable.
This is another large sandy beach. It’s about a 20 minute walk from the promenade in Jandia to the beach, past the lighthouse. You then turn left when you reach the sunbeds and head north.
At the naturist Fuerteventura beaches (except for Morro Jable) there are no sun beds available for hire, so you might decide to either just sit on your towel, or buy a cheap beach shelter for protection against the sun/wind. At El Cotillo or on the Grandes Playas you might be lucky to get a stone shelter made by previous holidaymakers that again offer protection and privacy. You’ll probably have to get there early in the morning to stand a chance of finding one vacant. Occasionally these stone shelters are demolished by the local council as they are considered not to be too environmentally friendly! These Fuerteventura beaches will also be used by people wearing clothes and swimming costumes (textiles) so if you are shy then try and pick a discreet place to get that all over tan.
There are no designated naturist Fuerteventura beaches, but naturists do avoid the beaches in the resorts as there are so many small beaches around the island which are more discrete. Naturism would definitely be frowned upon in the resorts of Corralejo and Caleta de Fuste which are family orientated.
There are some hotels/apartments in the north and south of the island that tend to attract those looking for Fuerteventura naturism. These hotels are close to the naturist beaches and offer a naturist section of their swimming pool area.
So naturist Fuerteventura offers lots of opportunities to take off your clothes and make the most of the sunshine that bathes the island all year round. Fuerteventura beaches are the ideal place for naturists to find a secluded beach or to be with others at the more popular locations.