Naturist resort recommends

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Rusty73
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Naturist resort recommends

Hi all - looking for a recommendation for a naturist resort / village for a Winter break later this year. Canaries / Tenerife are favoured areas. Somewhere well kept, clean and close to a good beach please! A heads up on the budget would be good too! Thanks in advance, Rusty.

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dhtip
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Our needs are similar to

Our needs are similar to Rusty's except that we would like to shop, eat out and make short excursions on foot without ever having to wear clothes.

greenman2uk
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It sounds to me as thought

It sounds to me as though you need to contact Chalfont Holidays. They've been fine in suiting our needs. www.chalfontholidays.co.uk

Ray K.

Rusty73
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Cheers Greenman!
Cheers Greenman!

Rusty

sean
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I've greatly enjoyed the

I've greatly enjoyed the naturist hotel Gran Natura on the beach and on the edge of the town at Corralejo, Fuerteventura, Canary Isles. It's more like a club than an hotel..............the rooms mini-apartments. Naked access straight onto the beach.

Sean.

Rusty73
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Thanks for the top tip, Sean!

Thanks for the top tip, Sean!

Rusty

briedwnew
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Maybe try Charco Del Palo in

Maybe try Charco Del Palo in Lanzarote. 

Whole village is nude so walk through the streets, has a large inlet pool that fills at high tide so somewhere to swim during the day and plenty of places to set up around the pool. 

Only places you have to dress is in the shop and bars/restaurants. 

Plenty of apartments going on AirBnb and other sites. 

Great place and ill be returning at some point this year. 

 

somerset
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From Mr & Mrs Somerset: One

From Mr & Mrs Somerset: One day we will find the ideal naturist holiday venue. We've spent a lot and visited loads, but we are still looking. It must be warm enough. leafy and green, quiet, cosy and not made of concrete.The wine has to be cheap. The less biting insects there are the better. It also has to be close to a terrific bakery and a discount supermarket so as not to require a hire car... and it has to have sparkling flushable toilets. Answers on a postcard. As for Chalfont Holidays, we have used them and they are very efficient and obliging, but we do wish they would offer you a bit more information about the places they are considering sending you to. It takes such a long time (emailing back and forth) asking one dumb question at a time... or, worse still, not knowing what you should have asked until you fall foul of it halfway through your trip.