Life's a beach
Fuerteventura – also known as the ‘Island of Eternal Spring’ boasts the most number of naturist beaches of all the 7 Canary Islands.
As the second largest of the Canary Islands and a mere 60kms off the coast of Africa, you can spend a month here on a different naturist beach every single day!
With more than 300 sunshine days per year, our endless summer is guaranteed to give you the all over body suntan. If you organise your day to fit when the tide it out, it is absolutely possible (as evidenced by many guests) to walk the 21km along the coast in your birthday suit, treading the golden sand, from Costa Calma to Morro Jable.
You can also try naked hiking and cycling (bike hire available) as well as naked sailing trips with dolphin watching.
The beaches south near Costa Calma are private, secluded and totally suited for naturism. You will see the intials ‘FKK’ written on the rocks which is a naturist sign if you are unsure about where to dis-robe. Our personal favourite naturist beaches include Mal Nombre, Esquinzo, Butihondo, Risco el Paso and Jandia. Costa Calma naturist beach is ideal for first timers because there are many rocks and plants to hide behind for privacy and its less than a ten minute walk from BHH Naturist Resort. A beautiful white sandy beach that is well tended and it cleaned daily. It is part of Jandia beach that stretches for 21km from Costa Calma down to Morro Jable in the south of the Island.
Some of the best beaches are in the Jandia Peninsula, just a 10 minute drive from BHH Resort and you may park in the car park at the beach. An area of outstanding natural beauty and offering some truly spectacular coastal scenery, with salt marshes, sand dunes and various hidden coves.