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Where our members go for their naturist holidays
For many years we went on holidays where we enjoyed the freedom of a naturist beach throughout the day but being textile at night and to and from the beach was a must. We yearned for total freedom and we found this at Vera Playa.

Vera is a mixture of naturist urbanisations, (all have private pools) where you have the freedom to be naturist at all times including the access roads to the beach and other urbanisations. There are some restrictions were you must wear clothes which consist of the supermarket, restaurants and the main road. If you prefer eating on your veranda as we do, the supermarket is extremely well stocked with wonderful fruit and fish counters, but there are also plenty of places to eat and drink out, with excellent Indian and Chinese restaurants above the supermarket.

The climate is over 330 days per year of sunshine, so there is very little rain, yet some of the most unusual trees and colourful flowers grow. The beach is over four kilometres long and is wonderful to walk along for that all over tan or for a romantic walk in the moonlight.

We now visit Vera twice a year and this will be our seventh time, we have met some wonderful people both Spanish and English including our good friends Ian and Kath who manage the apartment rentals. The apartments are spacious extremely clean and well maintained.

For all naturists, whether first time or not, Vera is probably the perfect place to unwind, leave your worries at home, soak up the sun, but the best of all freedom from clothes at all times.

 
For more information about Vera and accommodation go to:

<< http://www.naturistvera.co.uk >>

 

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