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Naturist beach in England

Brighton Naturist beach. I’m spending a few days in South England (Worthing) and I have visited the naturist beach at Brighton. It´s between  the Pier and Brighton Marina.

Cool, all well singposted, very clean and respectful people.

The negative side is that it is a pebble beach.

Abdón Parra

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Photo Costa Natura Studios by Yvonne

Our client Yvonne has sent us a photograph that she has taken during her vacations in our tourist apartment in Costa Natura de Estepona.

We thank you for having enjoyed your holidays with us and you liked our gastronomic suggestions of the area.

As you told us, you loved the pool and the welcome gifts we have left you, such as the bottle of wine.

We hope you enjoyed your stay very much and we hope to see you soon, thank you.


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A historic pub in London has been granted a nudist license so you can drink completely naked

Considered a local legend, it was also London’s first vegetarian pub.

However, the pub’s landlord, Alistair Choat, is fighting to remain independent as chain drinking establishments spread across the city.

Choat took over the reins of the pub in 2006 on the condition that he preserve its character, but now the traditional boozer is offering something entirely unique by inviting nudists.

The license means both punters and staff members can bare all as they drink.

You can’t just turn up naked, though — any nudity will have to be pre-arranged and consensual, and occur on specific occasions.

“[We] haven’t got the exact date yet, but that’s what’s going be happening — so that all these people phoning up wanting to get naked and have a pint in the center of Soho will be able to do so.”

The pub has also launched a nude charity calendar, The Beauty and the Beasts of Soho, which costs £20 ($25) and features some of the pub’s regulars completely naked in an effort to raise money for homelessness charity St Mungo’s.

“We were the first vegetarian pub in London and now we’re the first pub with a nudist licence,” Choat said in a statement. “Making the calendar has been great fun and all proceeds after cost will go towards our local charity, St Mungo’s.

Rachel Hosie May 28, 2019, 11:26 AM