by Philip
(Notts, UK)

Spring 2008 my wife and I were in Fuerteventura for a holiday. We knew the beach was clothes optional and tended to stay in the textile area (Correlejo beach south of the RIU hotels). However we were walking along the beach and my wife said she wanted a swim. We had no towels and no costumes (just shorts and t-shirts). We looked at each other and smiled. We nervously undressed and ran into the oncoming Atlantic breakers.

WOW it was breathtaking and uplifting, Never have we felt so free and comfortable. The sea felt amazing against our bodies and we fell in love with nude swimming.

After the swim we ran back into the beach area and towards the sand dunes. It was lovely to dry naturally with the sea breeze and the sunshine.

From that point on and for the rest of the holiday we sunbathed naked on the beach. Fuerteventura is a beautiful island and it felt so natural to be at one with nature.

Of course having never sunbathed naked before we were very conscious about getting burnt on parts of our 50 and 48 year old bodies that had never ever seen the sun. However we were very careful and just enjoyed the freedom of being textile free.

We hope we can find other beach areas as beautiful as this to continue our new found freedom.

Thanks for allowing me to share this moment with you

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