I list in this post the best nude beaches in Europe where you can not only enjoy being naked and enjoy watching some nice girls but also enjoy the sand and waves. What a better way to enjoy Summer than going back to nature stripping off and baring all? So why not give it a go? Whether you’re a seasoned nudist or new to naturism, check out the following for some inspiration on the most beautiful spots in Europe to get naked.
10. PLAYA EL TORN, TARRAGONA, SPAIN
At almost a mile in length, El Torn’s no slouch on the size (although we can’t attest to the motion of its ocean); at any rate, you’ll have plenty of personal space when the locals and tourists descend. It’s a protected beach, backed by a pine forest that, once you put your clothes on, makes for some challenging hikes and offers spectacular views of the water. Or walk out onto the rocky promontory that is the island of torn, an interesting rock formation with an old abandoned watchtower. The beach is cleaned regularly and police patrol to make sure nobody’s dumping empty Fanta bottles in the dunes.
9. ES TRENC, MAJORCA, SPAIN
Spread along Majorca’s southern coast, Es Trenc’s shallow waters are ideal for nudists who weren’t planning on doing much swimming anyway. Though not particularly deep, the waters are a turquoise hue that has led many to call this Spain’s own little Caribbean, a perfect nook for taking Instagram-envy pictures (of the scenery, only, por favor). The beach is narrow at only about 60 feet wide, so you may end up a lot closer to all that skin than you’d anticipated. While the restaurants and parking are a bit overpriced, this spot is all about saying goodbye to that bikini line.
8. FILAKI BEACH, CRETE, GREECE
Crete’s known for its staggeringly beautiful beaches and Filaki’s one of the standouts. A secluded stretch of sand stocked with sunbeds, umbrellas, and a snack bar, Filaki’s only a 15-minute walk from Vritomartis, a naturist resort said to be one of the best in Greece. If that wasn’t enough, Filaki is one of the few nude beaches on the island of Crete that’s officially recognized as such. So you have permission to disrobe in peace.
7. SPIAGGIA DI GUVANO, CINQUE TERRE, ITALY
Guvano Beach is situated near the village of Corniglia in the beautiful Cinque Terre region of Italy. The beach is known for its clothing-optional policy and hidden location. You have to walk through a pitch-black tunnel to reach it. After a treacherous climb down to the beach area, travelers are rewarded with warm waters and a lovely nudist beach. Stay at La Torretta, which is a 20-minute drive from Guvano Beach. La Torretta is an upscale hotel perched among colorful houses above the ocean. The rooms are elegantly decorated and the hotel provides free breakfast and a free evening aperitif on the terrace where you can watch the sunset.
6. PLAYA DE LOS MUERTOS, ALMERIA, SPAIN
Playa de Los Muertos is located along the Almeria Coast, near the town of Carboneras. Though there are many nude beaches in Spain, this one is particularly popular for its secluded spot — free of bars and restaurants. Gorgeous white sand, small pebbles, and clear water make up the 1.16-kilometer-long beach. Stay at Barcelo Cabo de Gata. After a day’s excursion to Playa de Los Muertos, travelers can drive 45 minutes to the 230-room mid-range Barcelo Cabo de Gata. It’s situated in a quiet area along the Almeria coast and offers access to a lovely beach, multiple large pools, and an all-inclusive option. Rooms are modern and spacious with balconies, and some have sea views.
5. RED BEACH, CRETE, GREECE
One of the best nude beaches in Greece, Crete’s Red Beach is a secluded spot about a 20-minute walk from Matala. The hike down requires some maneuvering over rocks, but there are two different paths, one less treacherous. Though not everyone goes completely bare, nudity is permitted at this quiet, small beach with reddish sand. Stay at Princess Europa Hotel. A 22-minute walk from Red Beach, the Princess Europa Hotel is a value property offering basic, clean rooms and a free breakfast to match. There are a restaurant and a bar on-site, as well as a medium-sized pool surrounded by lounge chairs.
4. ILHA DESERTA, PORTUGAL
Just off the coast of Faro, Ilha Deserta is an uninhabited island about five miles long. It costs around 10 Euros to take the 30-minute boat ride to the island. The water is clear and warm, there’s ample space on the beach and there’s one well-regarded restaurant on the island. Stay at Real Marina Hotel & Spa. The Real Marina Hotel & Spa is an affordable property in Olhao, a city in the Algarve region of Portugal. The hotel has easy access to the ferry point and provides comfortable accommodations in bright, airy guest rooms. There’s a medium-sized square pool surrounded by ample loungers. The on-site restaurant serves Portuguese food and there are two bars serving snacks and appetizers.
3. PLAGE DE TAHITI, ST. TROPEZ, FRANCE
Plage de Tahiti is the place to be seen. Lined with glamorous cafes is a celebrity hot spot, it is one of Europe’s original nudist beaches and remains a perennial favorite.
2. PLAYA DE SES ILLETES, FORMENTERA, SPAIN
Ibiza’s smaller neighbor, Formentera, is renowned for its crystal-clear waters and achingly beautiful beaches, most of which are nudist. Playa de Ses Illetes is one of the most popular and won’t disappoint.
1. PARADISE BEACH, MYKONOS, GREECE
Paradise Beach was the first designated nudist area on Mykonos and remains one of the island’s most popular beaches. With 2 beach bars and parties lasting all night and all day long, it is perfect for party-goers.
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