At topless beaches, you can run, swim, and just bask in the sun topless or fully nude. Although it is not for everyone, spending time on a nude beach offers a freedom that is hard to compare
Lets take a look at the best ones from all across the world !
This small shoreline’s a far cry from the Riviera’s tourist-packed beaches, but well worth the short trek through a pitch-black tunnel in the mountainous Cinque Terre region.
You’ll be rewarded with an isolated beach populated by naked Italians. Is there anything better? The beach is usually very quiet, peaceful, free, happy and yeah, always nude !
Red Beach Crete, Greece
While Red Beach gets its name from the rusty color of the pebbly sand, the backdrop of this place is stunning.
Although the Red Beach is a great swimming spot, some report it can be difficult to get there. If you are not looking forward for a hike, it may be better for you to visit some other place.
The isolation of this beach along with the fact that it usually isn’t much crowded most of the time, is sure to set a serene atmosphere.
Valalta Rovinj, Croatia
Since it’s technically part of an award-winning naturist campsite, Valalta’s almost two-mile beach has something most others lack: adequate shade to keep you from getting roasted into a sheekh kebab !
On the beach there are restaurants, bars, different water slides, pools with sea water and many other fun facilities. The best part? Valalta has an on-site brewery as well !
Bellevue Beach, Klampenborg, Denmark
During the summer months, Bellevue Beach becomes a hotspot for local young (read: hot) people who come from nearby towns looking to party.
One half’s strictly topless-optional, while the other welcomes fully nude revelers — it should be immediately clear which one’s the fun half. 😉
There’s a dedicated area to beach volleyball as well, so come on ! Beach volleyball is one of the coolest things in the world.
Es Trenc Majorca, Spain
Fortunately, the central area of the beach (the nude part) tends to be less choked than the rest, so you can enjoy the incredible beauty of the place in more or less, relative privacy.
In spite of there being several marked sections for naturists. The majority of the visitors do, however, wear swimsuits.
The beaches of St. Tropez are famous for pioneering the topless sunbathing craze of the ’60s, and Plage de Tahiti is no exception.
It’s also a well-known celebrity haunt, so don’t even think on leaving your camera at the hotel and keep a lookout for some famous flesh !
Praia do Pinho’s widely and often considered to be the first naturist beach in Brazil. Nudity is mandatory here, so no space for much hesitation over there, you see!.
No, you’ll have to strip down if you want to partake in the fun.
Though you can technically keep your bathing suit on here, toplessness and full-frontal nudity are more the norm for tourists. Since the beach is super long, you can choose to mingle with the crowd or be a weird, naked loner.