2 sept. 2013

Caleton Blanco

Not very famous but incredibly beautiful, the north coast of Lanzarote has plenty of small coves where the white sand, the black volcanic rocks and the blue water creates images that you can't get out of your head. Caleton Blanco is the biggest one, and a place not to be missed in your way to Orzola or Mirador del Rio.

Last visited: september 2012

Nude beach Caleton Blanco (Lanzarote, Canary Islands)

Nude beach Caleton Blanco (Lanzarote, Canary Islands)

How to get there
Very easy. Just follow northbound the main road LZ-1. At one point after the well marked Jardin de Cactus or Jameos del Agua, the road makes a turn to the west to follow the north coast. You start seen black rocks on both sides, mixed in certain points with the sand. After a few hundred meters there is a small parking lot for Caleta del Mojon Blanco beach. Continue, and the next one on your left is for Caleton Blanco (if you pass it, continue and make an U-turn on the Charca de la Laja beach, just a couple of kilometers away). Park, there and cross the road. You have to walk over a dune, but the Caleton Blanco is right there.

NOTE: as of august 2013, Caleton Blanco appears in Google Maps as Caleta del Mojon Blanco, which in fact is the smaller beach on the east.

The beach
The name comes from the color of the sand (Blanco means white in spanish), and it is true. The crescent-shaped beach is surrounded by the lava rocks left there after the last eruption of Volcan de la Corona -the big mountain you can see from there-, some thousands of years ago. Some of these rocks have been used to create the round stone walls in the middle of the beach that give privacy and protect you from the wind.

Nothing in the surroundings. The only village in the north coast is Orzola, several kilometers away.

Usually practiced inside the shelters, but you don't need to cover up to go for a dip. Expect that most of the people there will be textiles, but the beach is usually deserted.

I like:
  • The colors. Even if it where too cold for sunbathing and swimming (that never happens in Lanzarote), the scenery worths a visit
I don't like:
  • Many rocks in the water, you can't step on without getting hurt

About the Author

Nat Biss

Author & Editor

I have dedicated most of my free time in the last years to discover the world, and beaches offer some of the most stunning landscapes on Earth. The next step was to enjoy them as naturally as possible, which obviously mean without clothes. Now I think it is time for me to share this liberating experience and try to help others to discover it.

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