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Its a nice little nudist Beach, down the coastal rocks

Who likes exciting walks along the rough, rocky coast with fantastic views and lookouts and next to... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2017
Hobi01
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Berlin, Germany
Family owned

For a Gay Nude beach this Family have gone all the way to make your visit a comfortable one. Very... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2017
Malcolm M
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

Who likes exciting walks along the rough, rocky coast with fantastic views and lookouts and next to the train line between Sitges and Vilanova i la Geltrú will realy enjoy this trail. And on that walk is this little nudist, mostly gay Beach.

2  Thank Hobi01
Reviewed 12 September 2017

For a Gay Nude beach this Family have gone all the way to make your visit a comfortable one. Very welcoming and nothing is to much trouble for them. Food is of a generous proportion and very well priced for where you are. Please be...More

Thank Malcolm M
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Not a huge fan of nudist beaches, but its so relaxed, either way goes. The atmosphere is great, much better than the shoulder to shoulder lark on the main gay beach. The snack bar has the best beach food in Sitges but beware of the...More

Thank virtualoriginal
Reviewed 6 September 2017

it took us 1hour by foot to arrive at this beach ..once youre there you can refresh yourself with a cold drink from the bar on top of the beach.itys a sandy pebbles beach very popular with locals and tourists v.

Thank toniodelia
Reviewed 22 August 2017

The 45 minute walk from the golf course requires good hiking shoes and some stamina climbing up several weathered rock hills and descending their far sides. It is however manageable by both older walkers and children. As shown on this sites picture gallery, the railroad...More

Thank Johnhb11
Reviewed 16 August 2017

We saw lots of people walking past our hotel towards the mountains and wondered where they were going. Thought it might be a gay beach, as the majority of travellers were single or couples of men. We're not gay, but thought we'd check it out....More

Thank Toffeeslot
Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

Worth the longish walk along the railway track between the pine forest (lots of cruising if that's your thing) and the sea. You can hire loungers and umbrellas or just sit on the sand. It gets really busy in peak season, so head there early....More

1  Thank tintinfan2013
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

It has to be my favourite beach in Sitges, never too busy, beautiful blue water... you feel like you are gone to one of those tropical island in the Caraïbes. You probably have to rent a long chair for la siesta (€7) and enjoy a...More

1  Thank Yann D
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Went there with a taxi from city center, then a long rocky walk to reach the beach, must rent a sun bed as the pebbles are very painfull if you opt a towel There is a basic bar there. The scenic view is well worth...More

Thank Moegy85
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

We come here every year in the July and it's always a treat. Playa del Muerto is remote yes and is difficult to get to but once there you are rewarded twofold in that there are no crowds and the sea is stunning to swim...More

2  Thank Jeromebarlow
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When I was there only one lesbian couple it was mostly men
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