Charco del Palo, on the north east coast of Canary island Lanzarote, is a year round destination. It is unique, being the world’s only non-private Naturist village! There are no entrance gates – just drive in as you would any other town or village – and strip off. Charco is situated right on the coast with varied accommodation to suit everyone, from luxurious private houses to studio apartments.  There are two restaurants and a commercial shopping centre.  Located far from the mass tourism resorts, there is no beach as such here, just a wilderness of craggy rocks punctuated by sand and cacti. There are three access points for swimming in the sea or sunbathing on the rocks including a natural basin that fills and empties according to the tide.



We offer a selection of places to stay in Charco del Palo and the variety on offer means there is something to suit everyone from high-end private houses with stunning pools, to basic studio apartments and larger properties suitable for groups, or smaller complexes set around a communal pool.

Amongst the most popular are the following, please contact us for details of others.

Casa Austria consists of four apartments, one of which the owner lives in. Each apartment is suitable for two people and are all ground floor with one bedroom. The complex is located approximately 100 meters from the sea and has a shared pool. Each apartment has its own terrace with patio furniture and there is an additional communal terrace surrounding the pool area. Bedrooms have a large double bed and the living room has direct access onto the pool terrace. Each is equipped with TV, DVD player and a radio/CD/cassette player. The kitchen is openly-integrated into the living area and comes complete with ceramic hob, coffee machine, microwave and toaster. Bed linen changed weekly, towels twice weekly. Casa Austria also has a small sauna. Massages can be booked locally.

Local Area

Outside of the resort, there is plenty to keep you occupied. The nearby sleepy village of Haría comes alive on a Saturday when it hosts a local market offering craft items, fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy produce and pastries. Timanfaya National Park (pictured), a must see for any visitor to Lanzarote, is home to the Fire Mountains – now dormant volcanoes, which once devastated the island. They feature a legacy of amazing lunar type terrain and numerous rare plant species. Cuevos de Los Verdes and Jameos del Agua – explore the caves and underground lava tunnel where a natural lake is home to a species of blind albino crabs indigenous to the island.

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