Nueva umbria beach in huelva

The Costa de la Luz is one of the best options for sun and beach in our country, and not only will you find a bustling and lively atmosphere 24 hours a day, but you can also enjoy some of the most beautiful beaches on the peninsula.

Nueva Umbría is one of them: it is located in the municipality of Lepe, in Huelva, and in addition to its beautiful scenery, it offers one of the best nudist beaches on the Andalusian coast.
The beach stretches for no less than twelve kilometres (50 metres wide) in an area belonging to the Paraje Natural de Marismas del Río Piedras y Flecha del Rompido, which is why it has exceptional natural conditions: very fine golden sand (almost whitish), clean and crystalline waters, some sand dunes and a natural environment of green vegetation covering the surroundings.

The flora and fauna are also reasons to visit the area, where you can find a lot of marine, terrestrial and aerial species living together in harmony… It is also easy to come across the ancient ruins of the Almadraba, which were nothing less than traps for tuna fishing and which today are only inhabited by storks.

All of the above has probably made it one of the favourite places for national and international nudists, who come here every year to enjoy the beach without uncomfortable foreign gazes.

If you get tired of so much peace and quiet and your body is craving for atmosphere, don’t worry, because at one end of the beach you’ll find the lively fishing port of El Terrón, where you’ll find plenty of bars, restaurants and a good range of leisure activities.

You can reach the beach on foot from La Antilla or by boat from El Rompido.

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