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Costa Natura is now over 30 years old, with its established clientele of owners and guests.  It is Europe’s friendliest family Naturist Resort and it is located in Andalucia the sunniest part of Spain. Costa, as it is affectionately known, is directly on Spain’s first naturist beach and only 3 KM to the west of Estepona town centre, making it the most ideal naturist/nudist holiday resort.

The resort consists of over 190 apartments and studios, each with its own private terrace and character. The design of Costa Natura reflects the white mountain villages one can find all over southern Spain, which gives the resort its great charm. The beautiful, award winning gardens are filled with Mediterranean plants and palm trees with shrubs providing wonderful colour and scents around its ample sun bathing lawns and pathways.

The resort has a large 22 metre solar heated swimming pool plus a smaller children’s pool. The onsite Brasserie restaurant and bar overlooks the pool and the Mediterranean Sea from its large sunny terraces. There is also a beach-front chiringuito serving drinks and snack meals which can be accessed from the resort or from the beach. A Jacuzzi, sauna and some traditional sports facilities can also be found in this wonderful naturist resort. The friendly reception staff offer advice on excursions and are on hand to help in case of need.

The Costa Natura naturist resort welcomes families and couples and even provides children’s entertainment in the peaks season months. All in all, a wonderful naturist holiday location on the Costa del Sol, Andalucía, Spain.


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2 Reviews for Costa Natura


3 Reviews

Small but nice

4.0/ 5

We visited Costa Natura in the summer of 2018; it was our second holiday at a naturist resort, and after the previous year’s visit to Valalta in Croatia, the pressure was on to find a place that confirmed that my (essentially non-naturist) wife was fully signed up to the idea of naturist holidays. It certainly ticked all the right boxes for her. It’s a cute, stylish and well-maintained site with the lovely relaxed atmosphere you would expect from a quality naturist resort. The only full restaurant on site is beside a small pool, and is excellent. It is (or was) run by a couple of lovely, friendly Dutch ladies, and all holidaymakers were nude there, during the day. In keeping with many other European resorts, diners tend to start to return to their chalets to dress, once the sun goes down, and on the day we had our evening meal in the restaurant, I looked around to find I was the only one still naked, but it hardly mattered to them nor me. Because the only accommodation on site is permanent chalets (in blocks of three storeys), Costa Natura is a little expensive, but worth it. All the chalets are cute, and because they are all different, prices vary. So price is the first consideration when choosing a chalet; the second is whether you want one that gets the sun in the morning or the evening. We have given Costa Natura only four stars for two reasons. Firstly, although it is attached to a naturist beach, it’s not the best. It is what we would describe as fine gravel or rougher sand, so pleasant enough to walk on, but not ideal for sunbathing, and comparatively small. Then again, why sunbathe on the beach when there is a lovely grassed area and pool where you can do this, overlooking the beach? As someone who enjoys nude walking, I also found Costa Natura a bit hemmed-in, compared with, for example, the vast site that is Valalta (Croatia) or El Templo Del Sol (Spain), which is adjacent to a large area where walkers do not require clothes. However, this compactness or cosiness would be a positive for some visitors. A major plus for Costa Natura is its location. The nearby town of Estepona is smart enough, if not as charming as other European coastal towns, and if you have a car, Costa Natura is in easy reach of Gibraltar for a day trip, or visits to the stylish and appealing Marbella, or Malaga. A drive and ferry crossing also gets you a day trip to Morocco in Tangiers, and a long one- or two-day trip is also possible to Granada and its stunning Alhambra. So, all in all, Costa Natura is well worth a visit – and it must also be said that if naturism is not the priority of everyone in your party, rest assured that they should be more than happy to go there because it is a holiday that also offers the potential for more than relaxing naked.

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Super place – relaxing and fantastic quiet place

Super place – relaxing and fantastic quiet place Have been here 9 times. The place has always fulfilled all wishes – administration of the place – rental etc. – is very professional and well functioning. The apartments are pretty much all privately owned, but there are a great deal to rent. Sheets, towels and more are changed. Once a week. The surroundings are well maintained – there are 2 – 3 gardeners every day. The staff are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. A new website has also been made – nice and inviting with the opportunity to view photos from the apartments that are for rent. The restaurant works fine and is very cozy. There is a petanque court, pool, children’s pool, volleyball court – and a very small place, which is referred to as a fitness room, but it is non-existent. There are yoga classes and water gymnastics several times a week. There are plenty of sunbeds for free use. The place is located right down to the Mediterranean, where there is a naturist beach, which is also used by people “from outside” You can stay for a day on site for a fee. You are naked everywhere around the clock. – maybe just apart from the restoration in the evening. Just outside the area are 2 supermarkets – one Aldi as well as a large Spanish supermarket – which are nice, inviting and have all the goods you need. All in all, it is a great place – there is peace and quiet everywhere and no “nightingale noise” so there is no trouble sleeping. If you want to take a look around Andalucia, the reception will be happy to book the bus trips you would like if you do not drive yourself. The place is highly recommended. We have flown from Copenhagen to Malaga with Norwegian and rented a car from Costa cars, with office 500 from the airport – the company is Danish owned – well functioning – you call them when you have got your suitcase – within 5 minutes you get picked up and can be on road – max 30 min after arrival. Costa Natura is 80 km away. By motorway pretty much all the way – though toll road. When the car is to be handed over, you of course drive to the departure hall. Jørgen Dann

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