You’ll see bare sunbathers along the length of its most popular beach, although technically the nude area is limited to the southern end, where the clothing-optional Club Orient resort is located.
When you’re done working on your tan, the beach is lined with restaurants, bars, and water sport companies offering paragliding, jet-skiing, and the like.
The Wreck Beach Preservation Society has kept the environment as natural as possible, which means you might very well spot eagles and kingfishers that nest in the surrounding forest.
It also means there aren’t any stores or restaurants, but there are plenty of vendors selling food, sunscreen, and other essentials.
Nakedness aside, this area is perfectly designed for a tranquil day away from the mad crowds of the resort areas, busy hotel pools and sun lounger filled main beaches.
Take a pair of walking shoes so you can explore the Plakakia area to the east of Filaki, where you’ll find caves and small, secluded coves tucked between the rock formations.
Located in the peninsula of Jandia , the El Matorral beach in Morro Jable is a long white sand beach, bordered by a salt marsh of Jandía, an unique coastal ecosystem that is regularly flooded by the tides.
Maybe stretch to a snorkelling mask too as the craggy coastline and rocky seabed makes for some great fish watching.
Apart from the sandy coves, the main draw of Playa de Son Real is it’s isolation, it's completely inaccessible by road and the only way to reach it is on the 6 km hiking trail which connects Son Baulo to Son Serra de Marina or by hiking through the Finca Publica de Son Real.