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- 1 Volcanic beaches where you can practice nudism
- 2 Another naturist beaches
Tenerife has a rich map of nudist beaches of all types and colors, from discrete coves of black sand to huge stretches of golden sand.
There is no better experience than finding yourself between the sun, the sea and the sand without any other obstacle than the towel, if you are one of those who use a towel, of course.
Naturism is increasingly fashionable and with it are the large number of nudist beaches that are spread throughout Tenerife. Did you know that you can go all over Tenerife from nudist beach to nudist beach? And you don’t need to roll the dice.
You can go from north to south, east to west, that any of them will welcome you with open arms. Of course, remember to put the sun cream, that going with the red ass is better to leave it to the crabs.
Here you have a list of nudist beaches in Tenerife.
Volcanic beaches where you can practice nudism
Are you more likely to choose the black sand beaches, so unique to the islands? Well, let’s go with the first segment that mainly covers the northern and metropolitan area of Tenerife.
The Patos Beach
Located in La Orotava, with its black sand and large rocks, it is an ideal corner to enjoy the privacy and freedom of the beach, as well as a great temptation for those who also like surfing!
The Ancón beach
Another nudist beach in Tenerife is The Ancón Beach. Very close and smaller than The Patos beach we have the corner of El Ancón, with an extension of 200 meters and black sand. It has strong waves and a lot of privacy.
The Garañona Beach
We moved to Sauzal and found the extensive The Garañona beach. With its 1300m of extension in soft black sand, it is a very private space that is not usually occupied by many tourists, so if what you want is to sunbathe with peace and relaxation, that’s your place. But be careful with the waves it is usually quite quarreling.
The Camello Beach
We follow the route to Tacoronte, where we can dip our feet in El Camello, a quiet beach with stones ideal for those who enjoy naturism, but still carry socks in their suitcase. You will need them, believe me. And a good sense of balance too. But that makes it a very private beach.
The Benijo Beach
We get to Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where after descending long stairs we will find Benijo beach, an isolated space integrated into nature, full of black sand and some perfect cliff to leave things or take your selfie of the day with the sea in the back. In addition, it has views that make it ideal for any time of the year, whether you take your ass to the water or not.
Nearby we have the Fabián beach. I hope you have not removed the “escarpines” from the backpack, because some of smooth stones can complicate access to the sand if your foot has never fought with them. It is much more extensive, but it also has a more rebellious swell to watch out for. Nearby, it has a spectacular viewpoint.
The Gaviotas Beach
Let’s go with a classic. Also in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is one of the referring beaches. Of black sand and moderate waves, normally is visited by every class of people. With a kiosk around the area and buildings in many of the villages.
Another naturist beaches
Are you interested in another kind of beach, perhaps? One with clear skies and golden sand? Then sign up for these names, because we’re going to the southern part of Tenerife.
The Pelada Beach
It’s time to set off for Granadilla de Abona and meet the golden sand beaches. There we will find La Pelada, an isolated and quiet beach, although as with other beaches in the area it can be very windy.
The Médano Beach
The Médano is an extensive urban beach with showers, something that in previous beaches, because they were isolated and more in communication with nature, there were not. It is usually very windy, so it is common to see activities related to kites.
The Red Mountain Beach
Sister of El Médano, it is a much smaller corner, practically isolated from all the adjacent hustle and bustle. If you like the area, but not the bustle, that’s your space.
The Tejita Beach
On the other side we have his first cousin, La Tejita, who can be a bit antisocial thanks to the constant winds and the fact that she does not have showers, but it is a very quiet and clean area. It has a moderate swell that can be tempting for those interested in surfing and a long shore that is perfect for walking.
The Colmenates Beach
We’re moving to a new town. Now it is time to go to San Miguel de Abona to visit Los Colmenares, a beach with calm waters and, although it is far from the noise of the city, there are some industrial companies in the area. It is small, but not usually very busy.
The Monteros Beach
Finally, we move to Adeje, to a pebble beach with white sand. Although the city can be seen from a distance, it does not impact the beach itself, which makes it a recurring space. With calm waters and a very bright blue, you can well get into the water and record your own version of The Blue Lake. And watch out for the stingers, they’re prickly.
Diego Hernandez Beach
If you see that Los Monteros is too crowded and you don’t feel like it, you can always try the Diego Hernández beach, the last on our list of suggestions and located very close to the previous one. A perfect white sand corner to put your towel on, you’re going to get sand all the same, but you have to give it a try. The current is very gentle and the water is very clean and transparent.
You know, you have a lot to choose from, you can even try them all! Each one has its own unique charms and experiences, but they are all perfect for a good dip. Whatever you choose, always remember to use sunscreen and drink lots of water! And enjoy this list of nudist beaches in Tenerife.
I also recommend you to read my article about the 5 Best Beaches in Tenerife.