Well one that certainly warranted a couple of days investigation was checking out the naturist beaches on Lanzarote. As most people know being nude on any beach is acceptable in Spain but common sense does play a part.
The closest nude beaches from Charco del Palo are along the main road that leads to Orzola, there are a number of small pull off points to park, have a look around and you will generally find a number of people stripped off. There are a couple of stunning beaches close to Orzola one in which we have been naked on but the day I visited to get some pictures there was not a soul stripped off. The beach on the far side of Orzola Playa Peligrosa is not one I would recommend, the name says it all Dangerous Beach and a sign has been put up Do Not Swim, the day I went to get pictures there were people in the water!!
most naturists who have visited Lanzarote end up on Papagayo beach during their stay, its a bit of a slog getting there but when the weather is right its a stunning place to visit. If you are uncertain about directions either find one of us or send a mail and I will forward comprehensive directions to you.
Papagayo Beach is set on the left side of Playa Blanca, its beaches are accessible by either road track or walking over the headland to the first of four beaches and a couple of small coves. A word of warning to people taking a car into the park many hire companies stipulate not taking the car off road. If you fancy walking make your way to the Papagayo Arena Hotel its the last building, find a parking spot and follow the people over the headland and soon you arrive at Playa Mujeres, all the times we have been to this particular beach the naturists seem to gather at the far end. Its a fantastic sandy beach with easy gentle access into the sea. If you like snorkelling then take some gear and head around to the left where there is a reef running into the sea. If you fancy a longer walk head up and over the headland again and you will soon see plenty of other beaches and all had naked people on them in certain spots. all the beaches are safe and easy for swimming and at the weekends they are very popular with locals and visitors alike.
Playa Honda and the beach that runs along the side of the airport was always a popular naturist spot but its now rare to see many people there stripped off.
Tinajo and head towards Tenesar, this tiny spot may not be on everybody's map so if you fancy a trip out to the wilds then ask me for directions. Can be very wild and rugged out here but its a place where you will find amazing stones.
As I stated at the beginning you can get naked on most beaches and there are lots of quiet spots along the coast that without causing offence to anyone you can get that all important all over tan.
Don't forget to ask if you need any further driving directions.