Hi im a web developer, and thought it could be nice to have a homepage where all nudebeaches in the world was on one homepage. Just with a title, maybe photo and description... BUT I need some information about beaches...
S? please write good beaches outsite Europe (I already got a lot of theme)
This is Wai-O-Tapu stream 30 minutes South of Rotorua, New Zealand. Its a hot thermal river that flows at between 38 and 41 degrees C depending how much rain there has been. It use to be called the 'secret spot' and was known by nudists, nowadays it gets more tourists as it has been mentioned in too many travel guides. The stream has a bridge and the side I am bathing is less used, on the other side is where the textiles go swimming. 9 times out of 10 you can usually bathe naked on the side I am standing, if you don't mind the occational perv standing on the bridge looking at you. It doesn't bother me, they can look all they want!
This photo is Peka Peka Beach about 1.5 hours drive north of Wellington in New Zealand.
Its a well known nude beach on the Kapiti Coast, mainly frequented by men, but some women and couples in the height of summer. Its a grey sand beach with drift wood. Nice for swimming in summer and plenty of sand dunes.
New York City area:
Jones Beach, walk past lot 6, past the gay section
Fire Island where it meets Robert Moses State Park--by Red White Lighthouse
Jacob Riis Park by Far Rockaway
Fowler Beach, Southhampton, toward the left
Sandy Hook in New Jersey [boat from downtown Manhattan takes you there]
Crane's Beac in Ipswich--gay section 15 minutes walk to the right
Lucy Vincent Beach on Martha's Vineyard
on Nantucket, go to Surfside Beach, 20 minute walk to the left
Truro Beach-Cape Cod National Seashore
Ogunquit Beach, on the land side of the beach dunes
Hallover Beach just past Bal Harbour
I've just visited Australia and New Zealand (from the UK) and got a list of nudist beaches from the internet: they're called free beaches in both countries. Managed to visit 2 in New Zealand (sorry, no photos). The first, Uretiti in Northland, didn't seem to have any nudists on it when I was there: the other, Pekapeka on the Kapiti Coast was almost deserted apart from one local (who didn't strip off, but congratulated me on braving the jellyfish by going in for a skinny-dip). Both were really surf beaches, I'd say.