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12 abr. 2020


One of the most beautiful beaches in an island with dozens of amazingly beautiful beaches.
The only problem is that it has become so popular that in the summer season it becomes difficult to find a place here.
April 2019
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Cala Macarelleta is a tiny cove, only 50 m long at the end of a narrow inlet. Both sides are closed by limestone cliffs, while in the back there is a pine forest. Some areas are closed to allow dune regeneration.
White sand and crystal-clear turquoise water are the hallmarks of this place, the epitome of a Mediterranean beach. It has been featured in several reports and popular TV commercials and now it is one of the most famous beaches in Menorca.



Known as a nude beach, its beauty attracts lots of sunbathers, and most of them are textiles. Nevertheless, even when the beach is fully packed in the summer you should expect to find a few nudists. If you don't mind the lack of privacy, getting naked here shouldn't be a problem. 

How to get there

It is impossible to get by car to Cala Macarelleta. You have to leave the car in the parking areas of Cala Macarella, Cala En Turqueta or Cala Galdana and then walk to your destination. The shortest walk is from Cala Macarella, which also happens to be the shortest drive if you are coming from Ciutadella. From the ring road, take the exit in the roundabout to Sant Joan de Missa and the beaches ("platges"). Follow that road for 5 km and then turn left when you see the sign to Cala Macarella and continue 10 km until the parking place. In the summer, it can be impossible to find a place here.
From the rest of the island, Cala Galdana is the most accessible parking place, but it is a bit longer to get from there to Cala Macarelleta.
When you get to Cala Macarella, take the stairs on the left of the beach and walk for 300 m until Cala Macarelleta following the shore. It is not the easiest path, but suitable almost for everyone.

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Cala Macarelleta

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Photo: @sheswitme
South of Cuba and west of Haiti and Dominican Republic, Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean (235 km long and between 35 and 85 km wide).
The center of the island is occupied by a mountain chain, with Blue Mountain being the tallest peak at 2,256 m. In the north, there is only a narrow strip of coastal plains. In the south, stretches of coastal plains that can go several kilometres inland alternate with plateaus ending in cliffs when the reach the sea.
Sandy beaches cover approximately one-third of the more than 900 km long Jamaican coastline. They range from long sandy stretches (like the famous Seven Mile Beach) to secluded coves surrounded by cliffs.
Tropical climate prevails in Jamaica, with fairly constant temperatures through the year (23 to 30 ºC) and rainfall concentrated between May and October. The island lies in the Atlantic hurricane belt, and so it experiences significant storm damage, including occasional particularly strong hurricanes causing heavy casualties and destruction.

Tourism is is one of the most important industries in Jamaica, with an average of more than 4 million tourists in the last years. Europe and North and South America are the origin of most visitors. Beaches are the main attraction, with a marked difference between the north coast, dominated by all-inclusive resorts, and the low-density alternatives in the southwest coast with a mix of natural attractions and fishing villages.

Naturism is not popular among Jamaicans, and in fact nudity is illegal in public places. The only option for nudists are private areas in resorts. Some of them allow nudity almost anywhere while other have designated clothing optional (or clothing forbidden) beaches and pools. In most cases those facilities are used only by a reduced number of guests, and they are reserved to adults even when they belong to family-friendly hotels. All these resorts lie in the northwest coast.

Below you can find a map with the resorts in Jamaica with clothing optional areas. The name and locations have been checked in several sources, but we cannot guarantee the accuracy in all cases. Please check by yourself the current status of these places.

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Naturist resort
Non-naturist resort with nude or clothes optional areas

Hotels and resorts

  1. Couples Swept Away
  2. Grand Lido Negril Au Naturel
  3. Hedonism II Resort
  4. Point Village - Carib Beach Apartments
  5. Couples Negril
  6. Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton 
  7. Sandals Royal Caribbean
  8. Sunscape Splash Montego Bay
  9. Bahia Principe Grand Jamaica
  10. Club Ambiance Resort
  11. Couples Tower Isle

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