Costa Natura was the very first purpose-built naturist resort in Spain and is located on the Costa del Sol near Estepona.
Spain’s beaches all cater for nudity but this beach resort is reserved for naturalists. Costa Natura is in fact also one of the top ten naturist resorts in Europe.
You can see all around the complex in this video below:
How To Get To Costa Natura
There are two international airports which one can fly into near the resort of which Gibraltar Airport is the closest at a distance of forty kilometres.
A further gateway to Costa Natura is Malaga International Airport which is eighty kilometres away.
You can always get a airport transfer if you don’t intend on leaving the complex, equally car hire from either airport is reasonable and essential if you plan to play various golf courses.
The nearest major tourist resorts to the nudist village are Estepona and Marbella to the north and Sotogrande in the south.
The Costa del Sol also boasts an abundance of golf course of which the Valle Romano Golf & Resort is the closest.
Facilities and Beach
Costa Natura is an ideal naturist vacation spot as you can rent a naturist apartment and enjoy a sunny holiday getting an all over tan without the need of any clothes.
The resort itself is resembles a typical Andalusian village with green lawns and palm trees.
On the Costa Natura beach itself facilities include Renato’s Kiosk, parasols and sun loungers for hire as well as showers and foot showers.
Renato’s Kiosk opens daily at midday from February through November and provides snacks, ice cream, take away food, beers, wine and cocktails.
At the resort there is a swimming pool which opens annually the second week in June and apart from making good use of the nudist beach there is also the sauna, Jacuzzi, volleyball courts and games of petanque to enjoy.
This area on the Costa del Sol has what is known as a micro climate which means that visitors can enjoy hot summers with cooling sea breezes, mild winters and pleasant spring and autumn weather again ideal for the naturist lifestyle.
Facilities at the resort include a large restaurant which is the fully licensed bar and restaurant Paraiso del Naturista Restaurant Costa Natura which is located next to the swimming pool where visitors can enjoy a Menu del Dia for €11 per person for lunch and dinner or dine a la carte.
The restaurant is open all year round from eleven in the morning until late at night, and is run by Chef Guerrero.
Evening entertainment is also on offer and includes evening shows, karaoke, quiz nights and fun evenings.
Laundry facilities are also available and tokens can be purchased from the reception at €2 each.
The reception is open daily from nine in the morning until seven in the evening from mid June until mid September.
At the reception you can also book day trips to Nerja, The Fuengirola Zoo and Market, Aqua Park de Mijas, Tangiers Morocco, Granada, Gibraltar shopping, rock tour, and dolphins, Ronda, Cordoba and the Spanish lakes.
Parking is freely available on the complex although can be more difficult during the peak tourist season of July and August.
Library facilities can also be found on the complex and WIFI is available at €8 for 2 days, or €2 for a week, €30 for two weeks.
The video below shows Costa Natura beach from the sea and has a guide to Estepona:
Apartments To Rent
Apartments can be rented by the week and are all privately owned. Décor and amenities vary from apartment to apartment.
Some apartments will have full kitchen facilities while others are more basic. Some apartments will have satellite television, DVD players and all the mod cons while other apartments have been fitted out on a more basic level. All apartments do have to meet a certain given standard.
Booking an apartment in Costa Natura will require a minimum stay of at least two nights.
Rates start from as little as €38.50 in the low season for two people sharing and go up to as much as €145 a day for four people in a four bedroom apartment during the peak months of July and August.
Annual passes to use the facilities at Costa Natura are available for purchase as are day passes for tourists who are saying in the nearby resorts and wish to spend the day at a naturist beach.
Daily Pass Rates
Day passes are priced at €35 per person a day.
Of course if you have rented an apartment on the complex then it isn’t necessary to purchase a pass.
Day visitors to the resort should be made aware that nudity at the beach and swimming pool is compulsory.
Costa Natura is an ideal resort to enjoy a quiet naturist vacation, at the same time there are many first class nearby beach resorts to visit, exciting day trips on offer as well as many golf courses for the more active holidaymaker.
The video below also has plenty of images and still photos of the Costa Natura resort.
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