Gay naturist holiday accommodation, exclusively for gay/bi guys.
|Los Curriches boasts a large, very private swimming pool and 8-man hot tub, with extensive terracing for sunbeds, mattresses and chairs. Nudity is encouraged in and around the pool and hot tub, and you can also be naked on any of the patios and terraces, and of course in the cottages and gym/playroom. For the cooler days, there is also our brand new sauna!
Our self-catering holiday cottages are located in the countryside just 1 km from the splendid Montes de Malaga Nature Reserve. With stunning views of the Sierra de Camarolos mountains opposite, and situated between the villages of Casabermeja and Colmenar, this is an idyllic and tranquil location. And yet we are just 35 minutes drive from Malaga airport, and 60 minutes drive from Granada airport.
|You can enjoy the unspoilt Axarquia scenery by hiking in the many local nature reserves (El Torcal, Mount Maroma, Sierra de Almijara, Tejeda and Alhama to name just a few). Many guests are excited to try a nude hike here for the first time, then return year after year to enjoy more naked hikes in the sun!
The beaches in the Axarquia region are far less crowded than on the Costa del Sol to the west of Malaga and the nearest beaches are about a 30 minute drive. There are several gay nudist/naturist beaches in Malaga, Torre del Mar, Cabopino and Cantarrijan (near La Herradura). We enjoy exploring the coastline in a sea-kayak so we can tell you the best places to hire canoes, and which remote beaches to stop at to sunbathe, swim or snorkel!
Steve is a keen amateur astronomer, so why not join him one evening to view the stars through his 10" reflecting telescope - with our dark, clear skies, this is an ideal location for it! Or ask him for one of his sensual naked massages!!
Or you can go mountain biking on the numerous quiet dirt tracks of the Montes de Malaga Nature Reserve (we have bikes for hire). Also, the local roads are a joy to drive or cycle on as there is little traffic, even at the height of the tourist season, and there are numerous scenic road rides and drives in the area.
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|These low-cost airlines fly to Malaga airport from the UK and Ireland:|
|Aer Lingus||Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Shannon|
|easyJet||Belfast, Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stanstead, Manchester, Newcastle, Southend|
|Jet2||Belfast, Blackpool, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds/Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle|
|Monarch||Birmingham, East Midlands, London Gatwick, London Luton, Manchester|
|Norwegian||Birmingham, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, Manchester|
|Ryanair||Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cork, Dublin, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow (Prestwick), Knock, Leeds/Bradford, Liverpool, London Stanstead, Manchester, Newcastle, Shannon|
|Thomson||Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster/Sheffield, Glasgow, Nottingham/East Midlands, London Gatwick, London Luton, Manchester, Newcastle|
|Primera Air||Birmingham, London Stanstead|
|British Airways||also have cheap fares from these airports, as well as flights from Aberdeen and London City airport. |
There is now also a British Airways flight from London City airport to Granada.