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Offline phantom72

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Beach below magic life jandia
« on: May 17, 2018, 15:42:10 pm »
Hi can anyone tell me if the beach just to the right of the magic life is still used by naturists I went a couple of years ago beginning of July and there wasn’t anyone in the buff going again beginning of July hoping there will be a few others so I’m not on my own

Offline bedouin

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2018, 18:39:47 pm »
Yes, there can be naturists there, it all depends on how brave the naturists are, as Magic Life is predominantly a textile resort.  Naturism is generally accepted throughout Fuerteventura (obviously with the exception of the Caleta brigade) so go for it!

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2018, 23:39:52 pm »
When we were there in March this year there were a few naturists on that stretch of beach, mostly at the far end nearer the Sensimar Royal Palm.  All of the stone bunkers at that end were filled by naturists. There were no naturists closer to or directly in front of the steps leading down from the Magic Life.

Offline jaynek65

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2018, 16:19:05 pm »
You might be better off turning left and go past the surf club, as just past there is a mainly naturist area set back under the Robinson Hotel, and on the next beach along it is mainly all naturist both in the stone circles and on the sand.

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #4 on: May 18, 2018, 19:25:12 pm »
Great to see some activity in this section.I was beginning to think people had lost interest in letting the sun on their bodies. Roll mid October 8)https://www.fuerteventura-forum.com/Smileys/solosmileys/cool.gif

Offline Jimjo

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #5 on: May 18, 2018, 21:22:39 pm »
You might be better off turning left and go past the surf club, as just past there is a mainly naturist area set back under the Robinson Hotel, and on the next beach along it is mainly all naturist both in the stone circles and on the sand.
As Jayne has said, go to the left, Just past the Atalaya beach bar and it is nearly all clothes optional. The sunbeds by there are normally naturist but we normally sit in the stone circles. Roll on September for our second visit of the year. Any more questions, feel free to ask.

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #6 on: May 21, 2018, 15:03:17 pm »
Damn you Jimjo!  I have been procrastinating about booking Esquinzo in September as due to an unexpected change of car and a few other things, we can't really afford it. Thanks to your post about our favourite spot on the beach, it looks like I will take the hit to the coffers and go anyway.

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2018, 19:31:46 pm »
Damn you Jimjo!  I have been procrastinating about booking Esquinzo in September as due to an unexpected change of car and a few other things, we can't really afford it. Thanks to your post about our favourite spot on the beach, it looks like I will take the hit to the coffers and go anyway.
Magoo, you only have yourself to blame. When i furst joined this forum, i sought advice and your posts really helped me to decide where to stay. We were both very new to naturism and i wanted to make sure that everything worked out as well as could be. We have been going back every year since. This will now be our fifth visit.

Hope you manage to get there in September.

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Re: Beach below magic life jandia
« Reply #8 on: May 21, 2018, 19:59:51 pm »
So do I Jimjo.

We like September as the temp is about right for us, the days are still long enough for a trip or two up the island to El Cotillo to inspect the fish in the lagoons while Mrs Magoo gets a Fuerteshrimp pedicure in the rock pools.  Plus, the Spanish holidays are over and Brit kids are back at school, hence peace and quiet.
The question is 14 or 17 days.