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 »

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Nudism in Spain

Spain is a mecca for nudists. With a perfect beach climate, extensive coastline, literally several hundred beaches and numerous resorts offering nudist opportunities, Spain has something for either the seasoned or newbie nudist. The mild climate almost allows for visits almost all year round. The Spanish attitude towards naturism is very laisse-faire and relaxed yet at the same… Read More »

Corsica – How to get to La Chiappa

La Chiappa is not difficult to find but you would be best to consider traveling there by car or at least hiring a taxi in Porto-Vecchio.  La Chiappa about a 15-20 minute drive from Porto-Vecchio and located on the southern headland of the Porto-Vecchio Gulf, on the Island of Corsica. Corsica is an easy flight within Europe and… Read More »

CORSICA – La Chiappa Resort

La Chiappa resort is located on a secluded part of southern headland of the Porto-Vecchio gulf in the South East of Corsica. The town of Porto-Vecchio is about a 15 minute drive. The area is wild, beautiful and very extraordinary. The forested rocky headland creates a natural cove with a sandy beach that looks out to the sea… Read More »

Kings Beach, Byron Bay, Australia

Kings Beach is a delightful piece of paradise in the Broken Head Nature Reserve on the southern side of Byron Bay near Suffolk Park. This secluded, eastern facing beach is surrounded by a tropical rainforest where you can swim and sunbathe naked. Although this beach is not a legally nude beach, nudity was established here a long time… Read More »

CORSCIA – Carataggio – Tahiti Beach

[codepeople-post-map]This beach, nicknamed ‘Tahiti Beach’ for very good reason, would have to be without a doubt one of the most divine beaches in Europe. It’s not hard to understand why it’s called ‘Tahiti Beach’. The whiter than white sands and the crystal clear water could have something to do with it and it’s not hard to imagine that… Read More »

Bodri Beach – CORSICA

Bodri beach is in the first bay as you leave L’lle Rousse on the N1197 heading towards Calvi, on the North West coast. This beach is described as a beautiful, long unspoilt beach; of coarse white sand; with the water described as crystal clear and turquoise; being one of those Mediterranean havens and another jewel of the Corsican… Read More »

CORSICA – Algajola Beach

Algajola Beach – about half way between L’lle Rousse and Calvi on the Corsican north west coast is the small coastal town of Algajola. The town is worth a visit in its own right, steeped in History, the town was founded by the Phoenicians, but there is some evidence to suggest that prehistoric man also settled in the… Read More »

CORSICA – Anse de Peraiola – aka Plage de Ogliastro, Plage de l’Ostriconi

CORSICA Anse de Peraiola – aka Plage de Ogliastro, Plage de l’Ostriconi This 500m long beach is nestled on the edge of the Agriates Desert and the Vallée de l’Ostriconi. The beach is best described as a haven of peace, calm, beauty and tranquillity. Ostriconi Beach somehow allows visitors to escape from the tourist traps and immerse themselves… Read More »

Is Sun Tanning Addictive ?

Do you find being in the sun addictive ? Do you become a little cranky when you don’t get your dose of sun ? Well, a recent scientific research paper in the scientific journal ‘Cell’ suggests that sun tanning is addictive. The paper claims that we do have an addiction to the sun. So now you can be satisfied knowing… Read More »