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Hopefully in these postings you can find some help to plan your next nudist holiday and when you decide on where to go you don’t spend your day trying to find it. We’d like to hear your thoughts and ideas – leave a comment or just email us. Stay tuned for regular updates.    

Playa el Saler, Valencia, Spain.

The city of Valenica, is Spain’s 3rd largest, boasting history, culture, restaurants, and architecture. The city’s port is the Mediterranean’s busiest and Europe’s 5th largest. This beach to the south of the city and the port area, is on the 20km narrow stretch of sand extending from the Rio Guadalaviar or the Playa Canina de Pinedo area. The… Read More »

Praia do Beliche, Faro, Algarve, Portugal.

37° 1′ 31.827” N (37.0255018),  8° 57′ 47.9142” W (-8.9631166) This beach is on the Cabo de Sao Vinente (Cap of Saint Vincent or The land’s end headland) of the south-western tip of Portugal, just a few kilometers to the west of the small town of Sagres. The coastline in the area is elevated with numerous sandy beaches… Read More »

Praia dos Pinheiros, Lagos, Algarve, Portugal

N 37º 5′ 3.15″ – W 8º 40′ 2.16″ Our friends, Sam and Caity, recommended this beach to us from their travels, so we were keen to visit it ourselves during our visit to Lagos. This beach exceeded our expectations and is highly recommended. This delightful, beautiful and postcard worthy beach is also the smallest nudist beach we… Read More »

Lady Bay Beach (Lady Jane Beach) – Sydney, Australia

33° 50′ 8.142” S – 151° 16′ 45.9156” E Lady Bay Beach or Lady Jane beach, is a beautiful secluded and serene bay on Sydney Harbour. It is one of Australia’s oldest and most publicised nudist beaches first being granted legal status in 1976. The beach or bay is at the head of the ‘South head’ peninsula that forms… Read More »

Some Things I’ve Learnt About Being a Nudist – Part 4.

Health Benefits – we’re all born naked for a reason and our bodies work better when we are naked. These are a few reasons how being nude can be very beneficial. Prevention of Infections – When you spend a lot of time in clothing, you tend to sweat a lot. Sweat breeds bacteria, increasing your risk of bacterial infections.… Read More »

Some Things I’ve Learnt About Being a Nudist – Part 3.

You won’t have any tan lines – First timers do tend to stand out a bit with their tan lines and white bums– after a couple of visits these disappear and an all over tan becomes the norm. Public change rooms (gyms, pools etc) can become a challenge if you try and hide it – but you should… Read More »

Es Trenc, Majorca, Spain.

39° 20′ 40.7508” N – (39.344653) – 2° 59′ 4.218” E (2.984505) This beach is one of those ‘must’ beaches in an often overlooked corner of Majorca. The beach is a 2 km long stretch of white sand between two headlands. On the south-eastern side of one of the most picturesque islands I have ever been on. The nudist… Read More »

Some Things I’ve Learnt About Being a Nudist – Part 2.

It isn’t an old or odd people thing. It’s an easy going people thing and its fun. You can relax, chill out and being naked you really will find your troubles just disappear. At first you may feel a little daunted by being out of your comfort zone without the ‘protection’ your clothes or swim suit offer, but… Read More »

Some Things I’ve Learnt About Being a Nudist – Part 1.

No one cares what you look like. The only person who will care, will be you. The first time you may be terrified, thinking people will stare and only at YOU and wonder why you having taken that gym membership and diet a bit more serious. Nothing could be further from the truth. You n eed to be… Read More »

Therme Erding – Germany.

25 different themed saunas, a very large central pool with swim up cocktail bars surrounded by palm trees all contained within a very large glass atrium, an outdoor garden, more lounge chairs than your average cruise liner, a sandy beach and sculpted shower areas throughout to cool down with deluging water. Therme Erding, should be somewhere near the… Read More »