Except Barcelona's beaches there are few very famoust in one small place named Sitges, not far from Barcelona.Sitges is famously a 'gay-friendly' resort town, with a number of beaches that cater for gay people to a greater or lesser extent.
No wonder that after the death of Franco and years of repression the people started to strip off, and Barcelona is the city par excellence to experience the nudist culture.
Note that, in theory, any beach in Spain can be a nudist beach.
Normally the level of occupation of the beach Vallcarca is high.
Whose composition is isolated beach bowling / sand.
Others see nudity as something dirty, something you keep indoors.
Whatever you think, we live in a free country and everybody lives their life the way they want.
Barcelona’s surf community meets here when the swell is good.
At the southern end of the beach there is a nudist area.
Barcelona also has a couple of naturist beaches right in the city centre.
The official naturist beach is Mar Bella, but there is another naturist ‘unofficial’ space in St. Tourists can also enjoy in nudist camps, and nudist clubs with swimming pools and spas.
There are more naturist beaches also around Girona and Tarragona (i.e. Sant Sebastià Beach - Barcelona The nudist beach in Barcelona Playa de Sant Sebastia lies at the southern end of Barceloneta and like its neighbouring beach it is also covered in golden sand and is 1.1 km long.