Vera Playa et Tavira Portugal

by Terry

I am now coming up to sixty years old and have been a naturist since 1971.
The first country I went to was Yugoslavia then Austria , followed by France and Sweden, each time it was beautiful to be naked in and around the beaches and lakes.

Recently we have been to Spain and found a lovely long beach near Garrucha called Vera Playa , a nice place to go to in early summer or late summer. Give it a miss in the school holiday period. This area is a long beach with buildings and restaurants around and what is nice is to be able to walk naked from your rented apartment down to the beach. It is very relaxed and friendly and to be able to walk over a couple of kilometers along the sea's edge is so wonderful.

But the best of all is no doubt the beach near Luz de Tavira in Portugal. After taking a small train , more like a big model train through a nature reserve up to the beach you will find 11 kilometers of blue flag unspoilt beaches with clean water and endless sand , sea and dunes. It is really back to nature and really away from it all to wander miles along the beach and meet so few people, who,once you leave the area around the train drop off point are all naked.
A beautiful natural beach.

I hope you will all one day enjoy this beach ,which as so many may one day disappear.....

PS I say naturist as I find the word nudist is not compatible with the naturist way of thinking.


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