Nudist Beaches in Vélez-Málaga
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Situated a few kilometres inland from the seaside town of Torre del Mar, the market town of Vélez-Málaga is famous for its agricultural production and is the supply centre for the region’s farmers. It’s produce includes wine, olives, fruit, vegetables and sugar cane. Although first founded by the Moors, traces of human habitation have been dated to prehistoric times. Despite being close to the coast the town remains a predominantly ”working town” and is not dominated by the tourist industry. That being said, Vélez-Málaga has a lot to offer visitors with a good selection of amenities, shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. The Old Quarter’s picturesque buildings are interspersed with quaint cobbled streets and plazas, and every Thursday there is an excellent market where the freshest produce of the region can be bought.
The town’s historical attractions include the Palacio del Marqués de Beniel, 13th century La Fortaleza Castle that sits on a dominant position above the town and offers splendid panoramic views. There are several impressive churches, old convents and coastal watchtowers. Vélez-Málaga lies in the region of Axarquia, an area of natural beauty criss-crossed with village paths and hiking trails, perfect for ramblers and nature lovers.
Just a couple of kilometres away, the seaside resort town of Torre del Mar offers a larger selection of bars and restaurants than in Vélez-Málaga, and of course has the attraction of its sandy beaches and a pleasant promenade that winds its way along the coast to the nearby village of La Caleta de Velez. The town is very lively in the summer months with disco’s, bars and restaurants lining the main beachfront. After a night of partying, visitors can enjoy the day relaxing on one of the popular beaches, try out some water sports or venture to one of the 2 official nudist beaches in Vélez-Málaga.