Travel & Beach Essentials – No. 3

Sun creams, lotions and tanning oils.   For most of us spending anytime in the sun these are essential. Especially for the casual beach goer or the first time nudist sunburn can always be a concern, particularly for those areas that might not see much sun. Advertisements

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Benalnatura Playa – Benalmedena Costa del Sol Spain

A little coved beach with steep cliffs on three sides and dense vegetation this beach is a hidden oasis nestled between apartment blocks and on a main road. The beach is easily accessible by bus with ample parking and access to the beach is via a gentle set of stairs. The surrounds are quickly forgotten as the backdrop… Read More »

Birdie Beach, NSW Australia.

33° 12′ 8.478” S (-33.202355)  – 151° 36′ 37.692” E (151.610470) This fabulous beach is one of those classic, timeless beaches. Very typical of those photos you may see of a far off Australian beach. Its only about an hour and a half from Sydney located in the Munmorah State Conservation Area on the Central Coast of NSW on… Read More »

Nude Beach Etiquette -Video

You will need Self-control Towel Step 1 Don’t call them nudists Don’t call them nudists. The politically correct term is ‘naturist.’ Step 2 Don’t stare at people’s private parts Don’t stare at people’s private parts. Here’s a good rule of thumb: If it would be unseemly to gape at that body part when it’s fully clothed, it’s downright… Read More »

Nude Beach Etiquette – Part 3 – Behaviour.

Generally you will have a great day and won’t have any problems but just a few points should be remembered. But please don’t be ‘That bloke’. Don’t make other beach goers feel uncomfortable due to your behaviour. NO SEXUAL ACTIVITY: Just because you’re nude doesn’t mean you can lewd. This undermines the nudist ethos and is offensive to most… Read More »

Nude Beach Etiquette – Part 2 – Dress Standards.

Dress Standards – Nudist beaches do have dress standards and these basically include a hat, sunglasses, sun cream and a smile. This may seem a bit silly but if you’re planning to visit one it’s for a reason and that is to experience nudism. Please be respectful of the people who have chosen this way of life and join in. If… Read More »

Nude Beach Etiquette – Part 1 – Respect the Environment

This the first on a series of nude beach etiquette. Respect the environment, most nudist beaches are in a National Park or Nature reserve. The area is likely to have sensitive areas where revegetation is underway, delicate dunes and prohibited or ‘no go’ areas. They may have threatened species of flora and fauna in the area so use… Read More »

Travel & Beach Essentials – No. 2

A GPS for your car.   Most nudist beaches always seem to be located in that National Park, hidden cove or the far end of a very long beach and public transport doesn’t really put you close by. Which means you usually end up needing to drive to save your legs and time. If you rent or hire a… Read More »

Travel & Beach Essentials – No. 1

During a visit to the beach there is nothing better to than enjoying a cold refreshment or some snacks. Unfortunately not every beach boasts a bar or shop so you will need to bring your own. Depending on what you bring you may require a tool or implement to open your bottle. You may consider the pocket knife… Read More »