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Offline Dunbar

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Sun beds
« on: December 16, 2012, 15:23:03 pm »
My wife and I are returning to the tres islas hotel after 20 years so we are expecting a few changes. We want to sunbath nude but my wife would prefer the comfort of a sun bed wind permitting. Can someone tell us which part of the beach is the most popular for nudists to hire sun beds

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Re: Sun beds
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2012, 13:31:49 pm »
Last time we were on this beach no particular area seemed more popular with naturists but I suspect the further you go from the hotels, the more naturists you will find, especially to the south.

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Re: Sun beds
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2012, 09:33:45 am »
Go north out of the hotel through the gate by the Welness/Fitness centre and take your pick.

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Re: Sun beds
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2012, 11:31:41 am »
Can someone tell us which part of the beach is the most popular for nudists to hire sun beds
I'm not sure the other replies addressed this part of your question. There's certainly no problem finding somewhere to sunbathe nude around here, but I must admit I had a problem with the guy whu runs the beds on Flag Beach, towards the town from the hotel. He said they couldn't be used for an allover tan, at least not in summer. It was a shame as I share your wife's sentiments and like a bit of comfort in my old(er) age. But we went all of 100 metres and found ourselves a lovely, accommodating (if slightly less comfortable) spot, within sight of those textile loungers.

Haven't managed to get down to the beach for a sunbathe since August (in some ways it's sad actually living here :( ??? :D) so I haven't put it to the test again.

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Re: Sun beds
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2012, 11:55:13 am »
To amplify my previous reply, we have used the sunbeds south of the hotels naked in the past but I don't know about the attitude of the latest attendant - they tend to change regularly.
If you keep your towel under you they can't play the hygiene card.

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Re: Sun beds
« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2012, 20:53:56 pm »
We think the usual reply applies. Go south after the Oliva Beach hotel until you come to the Lifeguard stand, its about 400 yards along the beach. After that nudity is not a problem and the sunbeds are available. We went there for a day in late September and had no problem, in fact surprisingly the naturist sunbeds started slightly earlier, but we have always understood that the Lifeguard stand is the boundary. Rog walked the length of the beach to the South without a problem in fact the further away, the more nude it is. If you have transport, or hire a car for a couple of days, why not go across to El Cotillo where we normally stay. North of the village and after the last buildings these beaches are totally nude. The watersedge is more rocky and the sea not as calm as the Dunes, but a gorgeous laid back area. Have a totally naturist day without a problem. If you have not been back to the island for about 20 years, get ready for a surprise at the airport, no longer a small shack!! Enjoy your break.

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Re: Sun beds
« Reply #6 on: December 24, 2012, 16:46:39 pm »
I might add that although not 100& nude there is no problem with nudity in the lagoons north of the village and on one occasion when I was on a nude cycle ride from the village to the lighthouse I encountered one little bay well north of the village that was 100% textile (except for me).

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Re: Sun beds
« Reply #7 on: January 13, 2013, 15:27:48 pm »
We use the sunbeds under the Robinson Club in Esquinzo. Saddly not a lot of help to you, but good info for the naturist who likes his or her comfort when planning a break

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Re: Sun beds
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Re: Sun beds
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