Nudist Beaches in San Roque
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San Roque Area
The small town of San Roque sits on top of a hill with splendid views over the Rock of Gibraltar to the North African coast. Inhabited since prehistoric times, the town has had a number or rulers over the years and a varying economy. In 1967 a large oil refinery was built in the area, giving the town a large economical boost. Nowadays San Roque’s main economy comes from manufacturing and tourism.
The town offers visitors a good selection of services, shops, bars and restaurants as well as various historical buildings to visit. Places of interest include the pretty Saint Roch’s Chapel, Governor’s Palace and Saint Mary the Crowned Parish Church. The wonderful landscape around San Roque is ideal for nature lovers and bird watchers and includes the picturesque Pinar del Rey, one of the most beautiful forests in Europe and home to a large variety of flora & fauna, accessible via various hiking trails. Located in the municipality of San Roque is one of the most luxurious and exclusive residential and sports developments in Europe. Designed and built to the highest of standards, Sotogrande Resort encompasses 2,500 hectares of stunning parkland, swimming pools, beautiful residential homes, various sports clubs and facilities including 5 golf courses, international standard polo club, beach club, Spa & Fitness centre, conference centre, a world class marina, shops, bars and restaurants.
Although the town lies slightly inland, it is just a short drive to several beaches, bays and coves including 2 official nudist beaches in San Roque. With Gibraltar being densely populated and property prices high, many residents who work in Gibraltar choose to live in San Roque and make the commute across the border each day. For holidaymakers wishing to Visit Gibraltar there is a bus service that takes around 20 minutes and costs between 1€ – 2€. A taxi will take around 10 minutes and costs between 10€ – 12€.