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Caleta de Fueste
« on: June 02, 2017, 10:03:53 am »
Hi,

I'm visiting Caleta de Fueste in a couple of weeks and I'm keen to go 'au natural' at the beach. Would this be possible here or isn't it accepted at this beach?

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Re: Caleta de Fueste
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2017, 13:03:53 pm »
hi, i hope that you are well, I would not go eu natural in fuste , try other places, north of the island ,cotillo, corelecco,hope you have a great time.
 

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« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2017, 14:16:38 pm »
Don't try it in Caleta!  The Brits abroad mob with knotted hankies on their heads and socks on their feet will be on to you like a shot, with dire warnings of "not in front of my kids", etc.
 
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Re: Caleta de Fueste
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2017, 17:10:40 pm »
Don't try it in Caleta!  The Brits abroad mob with knotted hankies on their heads and socks on their feet will be on to you like a shot, with dire warnings of "not in front of my kids", etc.

You forgot to mention numerous copies of the Sun being ripped apart in synchronised anger.  Hie a car head South until you get to Costa Calma South of there you can strip off without issue
 

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Re: Caleta de Fueste
« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2017, 21:06:24 pm »
Don't try it in Caleta!  The Brits abroad mob with knotted hankies on their heads and socks on their feet will be on to you like a shot, with dire warnings of "not in front of my kids", etc.

You forgot to mention numerous copies of the Sun being ripped apart in synchronised anger.  Hie a car head South until you get to Costa Calma South of there you can strip off without issue
Or if you are feeling cheapskate (or want to have a few beers) use the bus service.
It is very reliable.
 

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Re: Caleta de Fueste
« Reply #5 on: June 08, 2017, 18:15:56 pm »
I remind you that it is not illegal to be naked in Spain in public unless there is a local byelaw in force forbidding being naked in public.   I doubt there is such a byelaw for Caleta beach.  Just be sensible.
Included in public means most open areas, parks, streets, your garden terrace overlooked by a road etc.
 

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Re: Caleta de Fueste
« Reply #6 on: June 08, 2017, 20:23:37 pm »
I remind you that it is not illegal to be naked in Spain in public unless there is a local byelaw in force forbidding being naked in public.   I doubt there is such a byelaw for Caleta beach.  Just be sensible.
Included in public means most open areas, parks, streets, your garden terrace overlooked by a road etc.

Quite so, but to me, going for the naturist holiday is about relaxation, not taking grief from some clown in an Ingerlund shirt.  By relaxation, I mean a sun bed, parasol and safe swimming. It's difficult to be discreet when you walk down to the sea every hour or so. 
 
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Re: Caleta de Fueste
« Reply #7 on: June 12, 2017, 12:43:56 pm »
Magoo totally agree but us who wish to enjoy being naked are protected by the Spanish law.  Ok in theory!
There was a guy who insisted in walking naked in Barcelona streets which caused the local council to introduce a byelaw there  forbidding being naked in the streets.
As I said be sensible.  I have stripped off on a beach were everyone else was textile and a few others then removed their costumes. 
 

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Re: Caleta de Fueste
« Reply #8 on: June 17, 2017, 16:44:33 pm »
Magoo totally agree but us who wish to enjoy being naked are protected by the Spanish law.  Ok in theory!
There was a guy who insisted in walking naked in Barcelona streets which caused the local council to introduce a byelaw there  forbidding being naked in the streets.
As I said be sensible.  I have stripped off on a beach were everyone else was textile and a few others then removed their costumes.

Dan, I don't think that you are protected, its just that Spanish law does not cover the subject (No pun intended)  As you point out, it only takes one idiot to change that locally.  There have been folk on here advocating nude hiking across the mountains.  1. That's high risk to yourself and 2. If people start giving the Guardia grief about this sort of behavior, you could see a more general crackdown.
I have also noticed the ringleader mentality, one person strips off and others follow suit.