For years, Europe has been projected as the capital of nudism or naturism. One of the reasons is because it is attributed to France, the birth of the Naturist-Nudist movement. While Spain has been one of the countries with the largest number of beaches dedicated to this practice. According to the Spanish Naturism Federation, they exceed 400.
However, in the whole world there are a large number of beaches that embrace this philosophy. In fact, an article published in 2018 by the CNN news portal in Spanish, listed 12 of the best nudist beaches in the world. Among these: Mpenjati Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa; Cap d’Agde beach, France; Es Cavallet Beach, Ibiza, Spain; Red Beach, Crete, Greece; Buhne 16, Sylt, Germany; Lady Bay Beach, Sydney, Australia, located precisely on the other side of the world.
The beaches of Massarandupió, Bahia, in Brazil were also part of the list of beaches aimed at this tourism sector; Little Beach, Maui, in Hawaii; Black’s Beach, La Jolla, in California; Wreck Beach, Vancouver in Canada; Zipolite Beach, Oaxaca in Mexico; and Anse de Grande Saline, in St. Barts.
But even closer to Puerto Rico — for those interested in joining this naturist-nudist philosophy or who are curious about this tourist trend — there are other alternatives available in the Caribbean. For example: Ocho Rios and Hedonism II, both in Jamaica, which are openly and officially nudist. The latter has become very popular since it is not only a Caribbean paradise, with beautiful landscapes that embraces the nudist philosophy, but because the hotel complex of the same name was developed on its premises, where guests can give free rein to their most daring fantasies. One of them walking naked 24 hours a day, if they wanted to.
Source: El Vocero de Puerto Rico
Original publication 3 November, 2019
Posted on NatCorn 17th November 2019
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