I've not done that nude walk but I have walked naked amongst the hundreds of clothed walkers who parade the waters edge past the dunes.
I've also showered naked at the beach showers many times with people walking past at the San Augustin textile beach see the videos at https://vimeo.com/301440275 and https://vimeo.com/386500115
I've not done that nude walk but I have walked naked amongst the hundreds of clothed walkers who parade the waters edge past the dunes.I've also showered naked at the beach showers many times with people walking past at the San Augustin textile beach see the videos at https://vimeo.com/301440275 and https://vimeo.com/386500115
Love it that you dont care at all about the textiles walking by. Do you do any skinnydipping during daytime in San augustin? I know that they have no fkk beach there but on mainland Spain it is actually legal to go naked anywhere you want... im guessing this would be the case with Canary islands also.
We love Playa Ingles and Maspalomas, we will be going there for 2 weeks in may this year.
Hi, well did you manage to get to Gran Canaria this May? I've just had my flight cancelled and claiming my accommodation back. I've only been the once to Masspalomass last May 2019, had a great week away, stayed in Playa De Inglis n the southern part by the Rui Hotel, walked through the archway each morning onto the dunes. Would love to hear more of your experiences and places you'd recommend there, especially in the evening. Stay safe.
There's nothing particularly special about walking naked amongst textiles along the dunes and waterfront between Playa del Ingles and Maspalomas - they are mostly there to gawp at the nudes. I have swum, walked and sunbathed naked in full view several times, sometimes outside the signposted nude area.
When staying at Petit Natura Hotel (fully nudist) in San Augustin I go for a skinny-dip (link) most mornings and sunbathe in my transparent g-string on that beach.
I have read on another board than Gran Canaria is generally tolerant of nudity, even in areas that are not clothing optional, especially away from the cities.
That is my experience on all the Spanish islands which I have visited. Any beach outside town centres (and sometimes within them) can be OK, especially in the morning before breakfast for an early nude swim.