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  • Beach Type Beaches and Coves
  • Nudist Status Tolerated / Clothing Optional

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  • Town / County / State Polígono Cala del Pino, 23D,La Manga, Nerja, Malaga, Andalucia

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Anna ANW's Reviews

Playa de Cala del Pino  -  Calas Torre Del Pino

Playa de Cala del Pino - Calas Torre Del Pino

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    A small stony beach/cove set within beautiful surroundings.
    Recommended July 12, 2020 - by Anna ANW
    Pros: Beautiful turqouise waters,a calm and atmospheric beach. A good mix of textiles and naturists.
    Cons: The walk back up the beach is a bit tiring as it is all climbing gravel, stones and rocks.
    • I Used this Naturist Facility as... Part of a Family with Young Children
    • I First Used this Naturist Facility in... August 2006
    Summary: Playa de Cala del Pino is a small pebble beach, that offers no facilities whatsoever. You can park your car in a layby (suitable for thirty or so cars). Scramble down the winding stony and steep track, making sure little ones stay on the inside. After a 50 meter descent, you come to this wonderful little beach/cove where the blue Mediterranean skies set of the turquoise waters wonderfully. There are many silverfish to be seen and snorkeling is quite popular here. If you want to play and splash, sit and read or play ball games there is something for everyone and the textiles and naturists mix nicely.
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