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The nude beaches of Huelva, the safest option against the coronavirus

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Bathers this 2020 no longer only wear their seasonal swimsuits to go down to the beach . Another accessory has become indispensable since the arrival of the ‘new normal’: masks.

The new ‘summer uniform’ draws an unusual picture on the coasts of Huelva, marked more than ever, by hygiene standards and a strict safety distance between vacationers.

More civil protection personnel than ever, police reinforcement and virus containment measures in the main tourist centers mark the day-to-day of an atypical summer that, despite the pandemic, nobody wants to miss.

The nude beaches of Huelva

Although fear of outbreaks and concern about contagion are part of the day-to-day of these holidays, for a small percentage of the population , bathing and sunbathing are still “very natural and calm.”

These are the users of nudist beaches in Huelva, who, far from all protocol, opt for simple ‘light luggage’ for their summer days. In Diariodehuelva.es we have spoken with the President of the Andalusian Nudist Naturist Association (ANNA), José Luis Durán Vilches, who, he assures, “this option is still the most peaceful to enjoy the sun and nature.”

” Naturism is a way of living in harmony with nature, characterized by the practice of the nude in common , with the aim of promoting respect for oneself, others and the environment”, collect from ANNA.

In Huelva, there are four areas of nudist tradition , little crowded and framed in virgin surroundings, surrounded by the wildest nature. It is the beach of Nueva Umbría (Lepe), a virgin beach nestled in the Marismas del Piedras and Arrow de El Rompido Natural Area; Rompeculos beach (Moguer), with a length of about 3 km and 100 meters wide; Los Enebrales beach (Punta Umbría), located in the Enebrales and Cuesta Maneli Natural Area , a wild paradise with crystal clear waters located in the Doñana Natural Park.

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Source: diariodehuelva.es

Original publication 10 July, 2020

Posted on NatCorn 15th July 2020

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