If you are planning your holiday in Charco del Palo, Lanzarote, the following information may help by giving you an overview on the resort.
Located just a few kilometres north of Guatiza [where you will find the Jardin de Cactus designed by Cesar Manrique] you will come across Charco del Palo – a naturist resort where you will be able to sunbathe or even shop in the buff. You will find a few sandy coves as well as rocky coves. The resort dates back to around 1970 when Charco del Palo was developed into a naturist resort and nudity is permitted and encouraged anywhere in the village. Please note, however, that the restaurants and small supermaket can only be frequented whilst clothed although the terraces of the restaurants do allow nudity
Charco del Palo has an isolated location which helps towards keeping the resort private. However the resort does remain open to all visitors. The resort was original named Castillo de Papagayo but this caused some confusion with the nudist beach in Playa Blanca [Playa de Papagayo] and was therefore renamed.
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