We’ve lost track of how much time we have been spending in Spain during the last few years. The country has become our preferred getaway during COVID times. Especially in winter, when the temperatures in most parts of Europe drop to zero and below, the Spanish coast tends to remain very pleasant.
During our many months in Spain, we got the chance to visit plenty of nude beaches and several naturist resorts, but we recently realized that we hadn’t ever visited a naturist campsite in Spain yet. That needed to change, right now. So we made our way down the coast towards Cartagena, where we would have our first experience of a Spanish naturist campsite at El Portús.
How to get to El Portús
If you’re coming with your own transportation, there are three main directions to arrive from. From the north, you best take the A-7 coastal highway towards Alicante, where you switch to the AP-7 south. You’ll need to get off the highway west of Cartagena and follow the directions to Canteras. As soon as you arrive in Canteras, you’ll see road signs towards El Portús.
Coming from the south, you …