There is always part of a person that wants to take off their bikini and just sunbathe without it. The good news is there are numerous nude beaches to do just that.
All beachgoers need is sunscreen and they're all set! Just be careful because chances are, sand will go in places it's not meant to be in. In nude beaches, people are not just feeling free, they're also getting a taste of the unique cultural experience.
Black's Beach, La Jolla, California
Located in the high cliffs of Torrey Pines, Black's Beach has been a famous place in California for getting the best tan. It has been around for 50 years and is the only legal nude beach in the country.
Wreck Beach, Vancouver Canada
Just when Canada visitors thought nudist beaches aren't a thing in the country, they discover the Wreck Beach. With a shoreline that stretches to 4.8 miles, this nudist beach is the largest in the continent.
While visitors have to walk up and down the stairs to reach the beach, they'll be greeted by the stunning view of the ocean. If distracted by something, just keep in mind that it's not about the people, it's about the experience.
Elia Beach, Mykonos Greece
Greece is home to many nudist beaches. Elia beach, also known as Paradise beach, is the longest beach in Mykonos which boasts fine brown sand and flat waters. This gem is packed with umbrellas and beach chairs for everyone to use. It is also very popular with the LGBTQ crowd.
Feeling a little thirsty? Head over to the two beach bars on the area. Additionally, the beach has a full moon party every month so make sure to prepare because it's as wild as people expect it too.
Plage de Tahiti, St. Tropez, France
There is no shortage of nudist beaches in Europe as it is known for topless sunbathers. Plage de Tahiti stretches 2.4 miles and is popular with celebrities including Brigitte Bardot, and Eva Green.
Little Beach, Maui, Hawaii
Known as one of the best places on earth to visit for getting bronzed skin, Hawaii also boasts some nudist beaches. In Little Beach, tourists won't only expect to see tourists tanning topless, they'll also see hippies gathering for fire dancing or drum circle sessions on Sundays.
Orient Beach, St. Martin
Orient Beach, St. Martin looks like it was taken out straight from a magazine. This famous Caribbean spot is packed with hotels by the beach, restaurants, bars, lounges, and vendors. Although it is quite busy, tourists will definitely be entertained by the vibrant vibe of this place. Adventurous souls can head over to Club Orient, also known as Club O.