✓ Naturist B&B ✓ Beautiful location in the Southeast of Spain ✓ In the middle of nature

✓ Naturist B&B ✓ Beautiful location in the Southeast of Spain ✓ In the middle of nature


Casa Los Olivos Vista is a small-scale naturist B&B in Spain


What is there to do

Our Bed & Breakfast is located in the province of Murcia, where you can explore to your hearts content, there are many exciting cities to visit, beautiful beaches on the Costa Cálida where you can walk on the sea front, stopping for a drink or a tapas along the way or enjoy the splendid mountainous nature reserves!
See below a selection of the sights and activities to do in the region.

Coast and nature



Sierra de la Almenara



The Costa Cálida should of course not be missed! It is a 250km coastal strip in the Murcia region with beautiful beaches and mountainous walking trails.

The Costa Cálida which literally means ‘warm coast’, has a subtropical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers. This coastal strip is bathed in full sun 320 days a year with an average temperature of more than 18 degrees Celsius.

Compared to the famous Costa Brava, Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol, the Costa Cálida is one of the most advantageous areas on the Spanish coast due to its unique climate, history, wonderful cuisine and beautiful beaches. Best of all, you can still experience the typical Spanish atmosphere here!


The Parque Regional de Sierra Espuña is one of the most beautiful natural areas of the province of Murcia. The area has more than forty hiking trails and is characterized by high mountains, dense forest, ravines and reservoirs. The perfect getaway for walkers and nature lovers. The highest point is 1538 meters.

The Barrancos de Gebas (The Ravines of Gebas) are located on the edge of the nature reserve. This is a spectacular desert landscape with gorges and ravines, several viewpoints and hiking trails. You should definitely see them!

Sierra de la Almenara

The Sierra de la Almenara is a mountain range in the province of Murcia, Spain. The mountain range is located in the south of the province, between the cities of Lorca, Águilas and Mazarrón. The highest peak of the mountain ranges is the Pico de la Almenara, with an altitude of 1,218 meters. The Sierra de la Almenara is a popular destination for walkers and cyclists. There are several hiking trails that run through the mountain range, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The Sierra de la Almenara is also an important bird sanctuary. Several species of birds are found in the mountain range, including the Griffon Vultures, Eagles and Goshawks.

Beaches and nudist beaches

There are many beaches within 40 minutes’ drive away. Visit the most beautiful beaches, such as the Playa de los Cocedores, Playa La Carolina and the Playas van Bolnuevo. There are also several nudist beaches in the area, including the Playa del Charco in Águilas, Playa Cueva de Lobos in Bolnuevo en
Playa del Siscal in Puntas de Calnegre.
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Cities to visit





Águilas is a bustling village with a lot to do. The town has about 35,000 inhabitants and is located in the province of Murcia. It is a former Roman fishing port with the fortress of San Juan de las Águilas, on the high rock, which was built to defend the city. The place is characterized for its many beaches, impressive coastline and attractions in the centre.

Many vestiges of the miner’s days remain visible, including the railway line and the emblematic Embarcadero Del Hornillo pier where large seagoing vessels would moor. In the centre is an old locomotive in memory. In addition to its monumental and archaeological wealth, Águilas has much to offer.

Águilas has a beautiful coastline of 28km, 35 sandy beaches that slowly run into the sea. On the palm-lined Plaza de España you will find many terraces of bars and restaurants where you can mingle with the locals in the evening.

Outside the summer season, Águilas is ‘the place to be’ during Carnival. There is a week-long celebration and a colorful procession of floats move through the streets. You must taste the unique carnival drink ‘Cuevas’ at least once!

Playa La Carolina
The Carolina beach is one of the 25 best and most beautiful beaches in Spain. The crystal-clear water and the beautiful underwater flora and fauna make this one of the best diving areas of the Costa Cálida. You can take diving lessons and rent diving equipment at one of the local diving schools. It is also possible to book a diving trip. This makes Águilas a popular place for water sports and especially for diving.

Natural Parks
Águilas has several natural parks: the Regional Park of Cabo Cope which is a protected area together with Puntas de Calnegre and the landscape of Las Cuatro Calas where the erosion of wind and sea has created unique landscapes.

In short, Águilas has something to offer for everyone and is definitely worth a visit.


Murcia is the capital of the Murcia province and has more than 440,000 inhabitants. Murcia really has everything to offer. Especially the old city centre. The city has a rich history form the time of the Greeks, Romans and Moors. It has a cultural atmosphere and in the heart of city life there are wonderful shops, restaurants and original tapas bars.

Murcia has many places of interest, including the impressive Real Casino de Murcia. An old casino and beautiful building, which is now used as a social meeting place. Why not visit one of the beautiful squares, such as the Plaza del Cardenal Belluga, Plaza de Glorieta or Plaza Santo Domingo.

On the north side of the city is the striking castle Castillo de Monteagudo, which has served as a fortress and prison for centuries.

Segura river:
The city is located on the Segura river that flows through the middle of the city. On the river you have the opportunity to go rafting. Various excursions can be booked, including a visit to the Monigotes caves.

In short, there is plenty to do in Murcia! Feel free to ask us what else you can experience in this beautiful city.


Lorca, also known as the city of the sun, is a nice city with cozy squares and terraces. It is the third largest city in the province of Murcia and has about 92,000 inhabitants. The city is listed as a Monumental Heritage, thanks to the many historical buildings from Roman times. For that reason alone, it is worth a visit!

There is plenty to do in the city for a fun day out. Visit the Castillo de Lorca, one of the largest castles in Spain. Take a walk through the city where you can see and experience the magnificent churches, local bars, restaurants and fiestas throughout the year. The archaeological museum, Lorca Municipal Archaeological Museum, is also worth a visit.

Furthermore, Lorca is known for the Easter procession (a religious parade) held on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. This celebration attracts many people from the wider area.



Spaniards love good food and so it has become an important part of their culture and daily life. In Águilas you can see this reflected in the large choice of restaurants and in the city centre of Murcia you can even find several Michelin Star restaurants.

golf and water sports

The region of Murcia is Europe’s newest golf tourist destination. Here you can practice your favorite sport in an ideal environment. Fortunately, we have a number of beautiful golf courses within an hours drive and if you want to improve your skills further, we can contact a professional golf instructor (Dutch, English and German speaking).

For water sports enthusiasts there are a variety of activities in Águilas, such as deep sea diving, snorkeling or jet skiing.

Useful to know
15 minutes away, in the village of Purias, there is a petrol station, supermarket, pharmacy, ATM, bar and a restaurant. There is also a lively market on Sundays.