Racó del Conill
This naturist cove surrounded by mountains and pine forest runs between the cliffs of the so-called "Colada de la Costa", a hiking route that links the Torres beach with one of the 16th century watchtowers in the coastline of La Vila Joiosa, the Torre del Aguiló.
This cove of pebbles and sand is located 3 kilometres far from the town centre direction Benidorm. A 160 metres rock tongue divides it in two. It is one of the coves with the longest nudist tradition in the Marina Baixa, a tradition that dates back to the seventies. Although in recent times there has been an increase in the use of “textiles”, Racó del Conill is officially a naturist cove.
The road access to Racó del Conill is difficult but it is worth it. It is also a perfect cove for diving, it offers an incredible snorkelling route to enjoy its excellent turquoise waters and its rich seabed.