Nudist Beach in Motril
Situated on Spain’s Costa Tropical and enjoying a beautiful mountain backdrop, Motril is the second largest town in the province of Granada. The town’s past economy relied mainly on sugar production and there are 8 sugar refineries in the area, the most important of which, La Casa de la Palma is now the town’s sugar cane museum. These days Motril’s main economy comes from paper production followed by fishing, agriculture and tourism.
Throughout the town visitors can explore historical buildings and monuments or enjoy an evening of entertainment at Teatro Calderon de la Barca (Motril’s theatre) that holds regular exhibitions, plays and concerts. Flamboyant flamenco dancing and ballet is popular with the locals and these wonderful performances can also be enjoyed at the theatre. Parque de los Pueblos de America is the town’s main park which boasts a good assortment of tropical flowers and plants, offering visitors cooling relief from the afternoon sun. Motril is a popular shopping destination and has excellent services & amenities and a good selection of shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants with a further choice of bars and restaurants located along the beach areas. There is a picturesque marina offering boat excursions and a whole host of exciting water sport options. From the port area, day trips to Morocco are very popular.
Visitors can spend lazy days at a selection of beaches in the area, the main ones being Playa de Poniente and Playa Granada where there are good beach facilities, car parking, first aid stations and a selection of bars. For the more adventurous there is also an official nudist beach in Motril and many secluded coves and bays where visitors can get an all over tan. The surrounding mountains and countryside are perfect for cycling, hiking and rock climbing, and not far from the town there is a 9 hole golf course.