The beach that allows you to build sandcastles and sunbathe in the nude
Nudist beaches are not something you often associate with in the UK.
It is safe to say us Brits are a conservative bunch, many of whom would cringe at the thought of exposing their nether regions to strangers.
But there are naturists among us.
Those who find the experience of getting naked both liberating and exhilarating.
According to British Naturism, the UK’s national naturist organisation: “Naturism is the practice of going without clothes – whether that is just occasionally at a beach or in your garden, or as a more general part of everyday life.”
If you are a self-proclaimed naturist, or just want to try something different, there is a beach perfect for you not too far from London.
Knoll Beach in Studland Bay, in Dorset, is just over two hours away from the capital and is home to probably the best known official naturist beach in Britain.
The National Trust has ensured the nudist beach is fully signposted and naturists have a designated area on the coastline.
Original publication 27 March, 2021
Posted on NatCorn 13th April 2021
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