Enjoy the area …
When looking for somewhere which offers naturism in Southern Spain, you will find we are in the perfect position. We are situated on the coast on the west side of Almunecar, a popular traditional Spanish resort town unspoiled by tourism. We are a few minutes away from the nightlife and bustle of the main town, where there are many bars and restaurants from which to choose. We overlook the beautiful Mediterranean coastline, a marina and a nice naturist beach.
This area is one of the most popular for naturism in Southern Spain. We have no less than five naturist beaches within either walking distance or a short drive. Some have restaurants on the beach where one can enjoy a meal or sip a cocktail without the necessity of getting dressed, just a towel will do. One restaurant will only accept nude customers.
Eagle Peak is within easy reach of the airports at Malaga or Granada. Each is about an hour’s drive away.
If you want to look us up on a map, we are at Grid Reference 36.44.04 North 3.42.35 West.
Your hosts are committed to helping you enjoy your stay. There are no rules except have a great time, and respect the other guests.
This region of Spain is Europe’s only sub- tropical region and is sheltered from the worst influences of the European winters by the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Africa to the south helps buffer the harsh effects of both Mediterranean and Atlantic weather, giving warm southerly breezes.Enjoying naturism in Southern Spain is easy as there is none of the stifling humidity common to the tropics. The result is a pleasant climate with low humidity, little rain and over 320 days of sunshine a year.
In wintertime temperatures average a remarkable 18 degrees centigrade. During summer, this average rises to about 25 degrees with midday temperatures often well into the 30’s. In July and August, it is often in the 40’s.
Parking is easy at Eagle Peak, with no restrictions.
The naturist beach Playa del Muerto is only two minutes drive from Eagle Peak. Another, but more commercial naturist beach at Cantarrijan Naturist Beach is about 8 km drive to the west, here you can drive down onto the beach, enjoy the sunshine, swim and have a super meal at one of the beaches first-class restaurants.
Four other naturist beaches El Ruso, La Joya, Maro and Almanate are less than 30 minutes away.
The area is famous for scuba diving with 21 Spanish ships sunken by a big storm in a nearby bay where they were seeking shelter.
Families of dolphins are a common sight in the area.