Barronal beach is a large and sandy beach, 800 meters long, found in the Campillo Genoveses area in the municipality of San Jose(Spain), between the beach of Monsul and Genoveses. This magnificent beach is frequented by naturists people who enjoy this pristine environment practicing nudism. Skirting the cliffs that surround the beach there is a road leading to smaller coves called coves of Barronal.
This beach is very nice with fine sand without stones, and a optimal swimming conditions, with an entrance to the sea very smooth and progressive. The sides of the beach are occupied by basaltic source rock formations that make very clear its volcanic origin, with surprising ways. The back of the beach is occupied by dunes, where they grow the pitas and other vegetation.
Also beauty as Monsul beach or Genoveses, finding this beach further away from road car than the other two, it is less crowded. Most of the swimmers who use it practice nudism, so although not officially designated as such, in fact it is a nude beach.
To reach the beach Barronal must use the path leading to the Monsul beach. We passed along the Genoveses beach and before reaching Monsul find a signposted parking area where we park the vehicle. The road walk to the beach is wide and flat, about 800 meters long.
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