10 nude beaches are the most popular tourist in the world

Wreck, Vancouver, Canada
Tourists are free to 'bathe' in the seas reserved for lovers of naturalism in Germany, France, USA ...

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Black, La Jolla, California, USA

1. Black, La Jolla, California, USA


Located 100 meters below Torrey Pines cliff, Black has been a favorite spot for locals and visitors for over 50 years. It is also America's first legal nude beach.

Black is located in a remote location and has big waves. This place is near the University of California, San Diego. Travelers named Zulekha Williams said that she had come here for the weekend, the weather was really beautiful and suitable for nude bathing. This place is not too crowded and has free parking.
Lady Bay, Sydney, Australia

2. Lady Bay, Sydney, Australia


Most beaches in Australia do not require bathing people to wear full clothes. However, Lady Bay (also known as Lady Jane) is still the number one choice for those who like to immerse themselves in nature without having to worry about clothes when arriving in the country of kangaroos. 

The beach is located inside South Head of Sydney Bay, small but discreet. The cliffs around South Head are nude sunbathing areas and are shielded to obscure visibility of people from the outside.
Buhne 16, Sylt, Germany

3. Buhne 16, Sylt, Germany


In fact, on every beach on Sylt Island, visitors can choose their costumes optionally. However, Bhune 16 is still the first and the most popular spot for nude sunbathing along the coast.

Here, people can relax on the famous blue and white striped chairs, or take a walk in the nude and participate in the summer beach parties.
Wreck, Vancouver, Canada

4. Wreck, Vancouver, Canada


One of the longest nude beaches in the world (7.8 km), Wreck is popular with many naturalists who want to visit. This area is opposite the University of British Columbia. In the early 1970s, many teachers and students had the hobby of taking off their clothes at the beach to soak up the waves. Later, this place gradually became popular with lovers of "fairy bath".
Red, Crete, Greece

5. Red, Crete, Greece


The secluded coastline on the south side of Crete is a good spot for bathing in Greece. You can walk to Red (or Kokkini Ammos) from Matala village in about 20 minutes. Alternatively, you can also reach this place by boat from the other side of the village. The beach offers chair and umbrella rental services and there is a funny little bar called Yianni. The restaurant is famous for its mojito cocktail.
Anse de Grande Saline, St.Barts

6. Anse de Grande Saline, St.Barts


The Caribbean has many beautiful beaches but the white sandy Anse de Grande Saline at St. Bartons is one of the few places on the island where public nudity is accepted. However, nude sunbathing is still prohibited here. Nearby is a French restaurant with dishes that are highly praised by visitors.
Platja des Cavallet, Ibiza, Spain

7. Platja des Cavallet, Ibiza, Spain


Located in the deep blue Mediterranean region is the nude beach of Es Cavallet. This place is divided into many different areas, including a place for parties, a place for gays and a secluded spot for people to be able to comfortably walk in a nude.
Little, Maui, Hawaii, USA

8. Little, Maui, Hawaii, USA


Surrounded by a volcano, Little is the ideal place for those who like "fairy bathing". Here, you can also watch dancers dancing, light a bonfire and watch the beautiful sunset.
Cap d'Agde, France

9. Cap d'Agde, France


Dubbed "the City of Nudity", Capurngde Naturist village is a nude resort located next to the world's largest beach. In peak season, this place attracts up to 40,000 people to bath every day.

Visitors may not wear clothes wherever they want such as restaurants, shops, post offices, banks; Canoeing or relaxing on public beaches (where nudity is required, even for those who do not stay in the resort).
 Mpenjati Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

10. Mpenjati Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


South Africa's only legal nude beach is in Mpenjati Nature Reserve, south of Durban. This place has been licensed by the government since 2014. Visitors here must comply with many strict bans such as not staring at others, not taking photos, no soliciting behavior, provoking others ...

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