13 abr. 2014

El Matorral / Morro Jable

This is the most visited beach in Jandia, close to the town and in front of many hotels. There is a beach promenade, bars, sunbeds... but it is big enough to allow nudists and textiles share it.

Last visited: april 2008

Playa nudista El Matorral - Morro Jable (Fuerteventura, Canarias, España)

Playa nudista El Matorral - Morro Jable (Fuerteventura, Canarias, España)

How to get there

From the airport, take the main road in the island, FV-2, towards Jandía. The road itself runs along the promenade, where it is easy to park.
The scrubland area ('matorral', in spanish) between the promenade and the beach is an uncommon ecosystem in Fuerteventura and so it is protected. We should only use the wooden walkways to cross it. 

The beach

El Matorral is a huge beach. More than 4 km long and up to 100 m wide, thousands of people join there. Perfect for sunbathing with its fine golden sand. It is absolutely flat except for the right end, near the town, where a big dune rises up to the houses on top of the cliff. The tides, however, can create a big step, but after this point it continues with a gently slope into the sea. The left end is marked by a small outcrop that almost reaches the shore, but allow walking into the rest of the beaches in Jandia.
The back of the beach is the scrubland area and behind it, several "all-inclusive" resorts that climb up to the hills which are the backbone of Jandia peninsula. Morro Jable town and its harbour is on the right. But the most important landmark, right in the middle of the beach, is the Jandia lighthouse.


Being an urban beach in a tourist resort, here there are any kind of facilities. Bars in the beach and the promenade, sunbeds, lifeguards all year round, aquatic sport centres...


El Matorral - Morro Jable, nudists sharing the beach with textilesEl Matorral - Morro Jable, nudists in the protected area

This is the less nudist-friendly beach in Jandia, probably because it is the most attended and exposed. Textiles are here more than 90%. If you don't mind sharing the beach with thousands of clothed people, you can easily find a remote spot far from the sunbed areas (although I have sometimes seen naked people on them). Use your common sense, but if you are not shy and the beach is not overcrowded, you shouldn't even need to put a swimsuit to go for a dip or a walk along the shore. I have made myself and didn't get any negative reaction from textiles.

Those who prefer some privacy for sunbathing au naturel hide between the bushes at the back of the beach, but that is a natural protected area, and with so many nude beaches in the area, this is not a good idea.


Other nude beaches in the area

I like:
  • Easily accessible, you don't even need a car
I don't like:
  • Few nudists, and sometimes there can be problems with the rest of beachgoers

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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