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Reviewed 9 August 2016 



We had to think carefully about putting this review on as we wanted to keep this little Gem all to ourselves! Finca Natura is a little Oasis in the Campo (countryside) outside Alora.....what makes it special is the wonderful host Andy and his crew of helpers.....nothing is too much trouble and the food Andy cooks up is wonderful, all fresh local produce and not a microwave in sight. Waking up to peaceful bliss with only the sound of Goats and Cockrels is amazing as is the crystal clear air, not a mosquito bite between any of the 9 guest who were there at the same time as us (this was sooo welcome as we hate the little pests! Cant remember a holiday when we were so relaxed, wonderful!



“The perfect holiday retreat” - Reviewed 8 August 2016

Well, where do I start, perfect, fabulous, relaxing, entertaining and lovely people. It has everything I want from a holiday. Andy and friends are superb hosts but like last years visit, I just feel part of the team. You can do as much or as little as you want, trips out to El Chorro and the Lakes, to Malaga all by train. This time did 3 bike rides into Alora just something different. I can't praise Andy and all concerned enough, the food is fantastic, unbelievable choices. When relaxing around the pool, it is heaven, background music, waited on hand and foot with drinks and then there's "Cornhole"!!!!
A new game at the Finca but such good fun. Met some lovely people who will hopefully remain friends. The perfect naturist retreat. 
Had a fabulous time, so much so that I cant wait to return asap.




Stumbled on this amazing place while perusing the net for somewhere that my wife and i could get all our white bits coloured brown due to the fact that our usual holiday venue had rapidly gone out of business. I really glad i did as it was just what my wife an i required.

We were met at Alora train station by what can only best be described as an over exhauberent puppy aka Andy who as it tuned out not to be just the host with the most but the perfect host. The place is a little finca about 10 / 15mins out in the hills from Alora which is finally arrived at along a dusty old river bed. It is run by Andy who is the boss of all things entertaining. He is helped by upto 5 young female backpackers from around the world, they do the cleaning, tidying up and serving. While we there we had six of the young ladies, 2 from Australia, 2 from America, 1 from Lithuania and 1 from Denmark all aged betwen 20 and 28. In the short time that we were there everyone merged into one happy place and the wife and i could not have asked for better, we were also joined by one other guest, Adam from England who was travelling Solo.

We were upgraded to the best room which in itself was like a small apartment. We had the bedroom, bathroom, lounge and kitchen. We only used the kitchen for making a cuppa tea in the morning as no cooking was required as Andy was mein chef along with his little helpers. This is not a hotel per se so don't expect the helpers to come into your room everyday to clean it that is down to yourself but if you need anything, towels and bedding or loo roll etc you only have to ask and you will be provided with so. The helpers even came and asked if we had any washing we needed doing. Didn't take them up on that offer as we spent most of the time naked obviously.

This place really is out in the sticks and is so peaceful that is impossible for one not to recharge ones batteries. There is a small 10mx5m pool to have a swim in but if you need to stretch yourself then Andy can arrange different activities to suit your needs but remember this place is all about relaxation, so do just that. If you need a guide about how good the weather is just add 8degs cent to the tempreture of Malaga airport, trust me its gets very very hot. So make sure you well protect ones sensitive bits from the sun!!!!!

As normal when we go on holiday it is natural add a few pounds to our waistlines, mine was a bit more than that. I went out on holiday looking like a sveltish racing machine lol and came back more akin to Mr Blobby (i put 12lb on in 7days ;-0). Breakfast was self help continental style, lunch and evening Meals were different. Lunch is at about 2pm and evening meal about 8ish (this mainly because it's so damn hot still at about 6pm). Andy bless him fresh cooks every meal every day by his self with help from his helpers. He goes down to the shop every day to get fresh supplies, mainly getting what you said you do like. He asks you in an email before you arrive what your do's and don't are food wise. So everything we ate will be enjoyed and not wasted. As there was only 3 of us guests staying everyone ate together round the table which created a really good atmosphere especially in the evening when the alcohol was flowing freely and stories were being told. This would sometimes go on till the early morning :-)))))))) My wife has a liking for tinned tuna and sultanas, these both appeared in front of wife although neither of us had knowingly mentioned this. Andy had obviously had picked this up in our conversations with himself and his girls. Its the little touches like that that really sell a place. As mentioned above the booze flows freely, depending how you go about it you can sit on your derriere and be waited on hand and foot by Andy and co but if you need a drink you can just go help yourself. We'd normally all sit at the bar about 5pm ish for a chat and a giggle and sometimes i found myself behind the bar playing barman and nothing was said, we all just got on so well together just like a little team.

As mentioned above there is not a lot to do but sunbathe nude (we did put clothes on at meal time) listen to music, read, drink and sleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep. When we sadly left it was fully in the know that we felt so much more alive aliveO then when we arrived, all this and only 2.5hours away on an aeroplane.......

If i have a gripe it is the two bloody cockerells at an adjoining finca who would give it large with the bloody cock a doodle do's from sun up till well late in the morning. As this place is so relaxing you learn to forget about that minor inconvienence.

Finally i'd like to thank Andy for running a tip top naturist place, he really made the place. If you read this and go, ask him about so of the improptue evenings entertainment, to say we had the place rocking puts it mildly!!!!!!

If you do go make sure to add your name to the wall of fame or shame (depends how your holiday turns out!!!!!!) Myself and my wife started it, its the wall where the dartboard is......


Stayed July 2016, travelled as a couple



“Beautiful” - Reviewed 14 June 2016 

On a recent trip to Spain we decided to give this relatively new naturist destination a try and booked 5 nights.
We were greeted by the lovely, friendly Andy at a bar in Alora where we had a quick beer before following him to the Finca. Not a long journey but it would not be too easy to explain on paper how to get there! 
It was a beautiful sunny late afternoon so we quickly got settled in and joined Andy, John (who was on his fourth visit) and Andys staff at the bar for a sundowner. Perfect.
There are three apartments all surrounding a lovely pool area with plenty of sunloungers, comfy chairs and a jacuzzi. andy had upgraded us to a larger apartment as there was just us and John staying at this time. Early May, afterall is, the very start of the season. The apartment was huge, with a kitchen (not needed as the holiday is all inclusive) a large lounge with TV, loads of DVDs and stereo, a good size bedroom and a bathroom with a shower and a bath. 
We all had dinner later outside under a gazebo, cooked expertly, by Andy and his staff. where we chatted and enjoyed the local wine etc.
After a good night sleep breakfast was served, again, under the gazebo. this is on a buffet style as opposed to the waitress situation of dinner the night before. 
After enjoying a mornings sunbathing lunch is served!! I could already feel the pounds going on! Yet another excellent meal served with wine.
In an effort to try to remain a similar weight to when we arrived we decided to walk up the mountain behind the finca. The views are lovely and well worth the effort. We were assured that we could safely do this walk in the nude, however, it had turned chilly so we decided against that idea!
Dinner, again an excellent meal served with, yup, you have guessed it, more wine!
Then it all went wrong! Overnight the rain came in, and hardly stopped for the next few days! This is, apparently, unusual for this particular part of Spain. Not much consolation but obviously not anyones fault. the only thing I will say is there is nowhere to eat other than the gazebo which, when the rain is lashing and the wind blowing, is not a very warm and comfortable place to be! 
After our 5 nights we sadly left, in the rain, wishing we had been lucky enough to have experienced this lovely place in better weather.
Dont be put off by our experience. Finca Natura is beautiful. Very remote and restful. Andy and his team are there for your every comfort. This is a lovely place for real naturists (not the ones who think it is a good excuse to behave in an overt manner).
We would return, maybe at another time of year though!!

 



Ted & Val (UK) ...'The Sunny Buns'  http://www.sunnybuns.me.uk

April 2014


We were invited to visit the new Finca Natura near Alora in sunny Spain.

 

We flew into Malaga Airport and drove off to the agreed rendezvous with Andy our host for the week.

From the RV point we drove about 7 km into the Campo (countryside) along a dry riverbed - it wasn't too scary and the hire car coped easily.

The Finca itself is built around a courtyard that contains the pool, the new hot tub, the bar and the outdoor dining area.

 

The 3 rooms are built around the pool surround. Each room is finished and furnished to a high standard with TVs, comfortable furnishing and are maintained to a high standard.

 

The accommodation is only available on a full board basis .... and you will be full! Andy is a pretty fair cook and he gets lots of help.

At lunchtime he works with his team to produce a range of salads or a paella to keep away the hunger pains of having nothing since breakfast 3 hours before!

Anna comes in most evenings to cook dinner and her inspiration comes from her Mauritian background and Spanish upbringing .. belly busting portions were on offer every day.

The beer and wine flows freely through-out the day.

 

Despite 2 days of rain we had a great time. We read and chilled and chatted to Andy and the other guests and ate.

This is not a holiday for lovers of busy towns and clubs.

If you just like to get away from it all in very peaceful surrounding and look at stars that go right down to the horizon give Andy a call!