This involves European sunbathing on the roof of a luxury resort.
By European, we mean topless.
By luxury, we mean Bacara, that Mission-style resort on the Gaviota Coast, one of Cali’s last protected ecosystems.
Bacara’s new European sundecks are divided into four sections on the roof of the exquisite resort’s 42,000-square-foot spa: two for open-air spa treatments, two for topless sunbathing.
The spa decks are for couples. However, sadly, the sunning decks aren’t co-ed — birds on one side, hombres on the other.
That said, you could always rent out an entire deck for ten people and do whatever it is five topless couples do together.
Granted, European really only applies to women. So while she’s removing her tanlines, you’re free to go surf that desolate beach, hit the links at one of two golf courses or pound the clay at their world-class tennis courts.
Then for dinner: Bacara’s Miró, which plucks its produce from Bacara’s very own ranch.
After that, back to your chamber, where the topless policy is definitely co-ed.
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