Nudist Holidays in the UK

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The first naturist beach in England, this popular Norfolk spot offers lots of privacy thanks to the banks of pebbles that shield nudists from prying eyes.

Botany Bay

The best naturist beaches in the UK are found along secluded sections of coastline that are backed by sand dunes and cliffs. These beaches are often popular with naturists because they feel more private than regular public beach areas.

If you are looking for a place to stay, check out the naturist cottages in Sible Hedingham. These cottages are located on a beautiful farm and can accommodate up to six people. They have a sunroom and jacuzzi where you can relax after a day of walking along the naturist trails.

Craikaig Beach

The most northerly naturist beach in the UK, Crakaig Beach on the remote North Sea coast is a secluded stretch of sandy shoreline backed by low sand dunes. The area is so popular with naked bathers that the local Three Rivers Outdoor Club organises a mass skinny dip every autumn.

The best UK nudist beaches aren’t cheap though, with hotel room rates surrounding the beaches being 57% higher than the national average. But if you’re willing to splash out then these stunning beaches are worth it.

Morfa Ganol

Naturists love a topless tan and there’s no shortage of spots to strip off and catch some rays. Naked beach lovers can frolic at more than 50 sites across the UK from Gunwale Cove in Cornwall to Cleat’s Shore on the Isle of Arran.

Morfa Ganol is a popular nude beach in Wales. This kilometer-long beach attracts naturists from all over the country. It’s also home to a holiday park with naturist cottages that are pet friendly and have EV chargers.

It might seem strange to some, but nude bathing kicked off in Germany a century ago with the Freikorperkultur movement as a way to get closer to nature. And it’s not just for beaches, nude rambling and naked picnics are completely normal pastimes in Germany!

Studland Bay

The National Trust’s Studland Bay offers a scenic escape on Dorset’s beautiful Isle of Purbeck. Renowned for sheltered sandy beaches and natural heathland, it’s a perfect getaway all year round. Shell Bay, Knoll Beach, Middle Beach and South Beach make up this gorgeous stretch of coastline which is easy to access by car.

First-time naturists are well catered for in Devon. A hike down Steamer Steps and a climb over a rocky ridge brings you to a shingle beach whose naturist section is clearly demarcated.

Scottish Outdoor Club

A secluded nudist colony is opening its doors to the public this week in an attempt to boost its dwindling membership. The Scottish Outdoor Club, based on Inchmurrin Island in Loch Lomond, will welcome curious visitors to take a look around its 11-acre camp during the annual Doors Open Day event, which normally allows people to see restricted areas of cathedrals, prisons and lighthouses.

Naturists have been enjoying holidays at Inchmurrin since the 1940s. However, the club has struggled in recent years and numbers have more than halved. The society is worried it could have to close. There is a debate within naturists between those who think it’s a lifestyle that should be enjoyed in private and those who believe it’s an ideology that should be celebrated publicly.