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Fuerteventura princess hotel- how nudist-friendly

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Fuerteventura princess hotel- how nudist-friendly

Hello. Are the beach chairs and the umbrellas that belong to the hotel (on the beach) for nudist use? What is the percentage of nude people? Or shall we walk to get away from the umbrellas for an over all tan...Thanks.

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1. Re: Fuerteventura princess hotel- how nudist-friendly

This hotel has its own naturist area but you can be nude if you go out of the back of the hotel and turn left. Go passed the cafe bar on the left and you will find sun beds and umberellas that you can sunbathe naked on. Have a good holiday.

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2. Re: Fuerteventura princess hotel- how nudist-friendly

Hi Happiness

You will certainley not be the only ones on the beach the previous post said it really. The bar you go past is Emilios and on a Sunday Lunch time he does aspeciality Paella that is out of this world.

There is a great Nudist only area at the hotel with a small pool and sauna area.

The hotel really is excellent we have been back on 4 occasions ( even though we own a holiday home on the island )

The food and rooms are excellent

Drop me a line if you ned any futher help


Have fun

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