Welcome to Cueva Romana in Cuevas del Campo, Granada. Clothing Optional Guest House and ALL day Holiday Retreat.
Exclusively Naturist / Naked July, August September. Adult only (18+) guest house catering for the few, not the many.
We are proud to be the only Naturist / Naked guest house in the area. Here you can be free as nature intended. Tourism License No: RTA: VTAR/GR/01582
This private double room is accessed up a gentle staircase above the bar area. It has a large window over looking the pool area. The double sleigh bed faces the large patio doors that lead directly onto the large private sun terrace with panoramic views across the countryside and beyond to the often snow capped Sierra Nevada mountains. The perfect place to watch the sunset!
En suite room
Private panoramic sun terrace
Sun loungers and Parasol
10,000 track sound system
Cave dwelling is not what it used to be – especially in Andalusia!
Nowadays more people are attracted to the idea of escaping from the busier resort areas of the Costas. As well as a more peaceful environment; the cave houses (casas cuevas) have more to offer than ever before. This new troglodyte trend is by no means a move back to the Stone Age. The 21st century Andalusian cave house is surprisingly well equipped with all mod cons, so as modern day cave dwellers we have not regressed to being Neanderthal. As well as the necessary water, gas and electricity supplies, we have a good broadband connection, swimming pool, bar and barbecue area.
Join your hosts Spencer and Paul in this magnificent 200 m2 country house complex. It sits within a south facing walled garden, in a private elevated position with fantastic views over olive groves, fields and the far away Sierra Nevada mountains. The complex features a variety of accommodation with 4 guest rooms, and plenty of areas to relax.
The Negratín reservoir, one of the most fascinating enclaves of the province, has the first naturist beach in the interior of Andalusia just 10 minutes away.
The house is just over an hour away from the cosmopolitan city of Granada, with it’s famous Moorish architecture , bustling street bazaars and of course the incredible Alhambra.
The local towns here still maintain many of the traditions that have existed for centuries, and throughout the year there are many religious festivals and fiestas for everyone to enjoy.