Cyprus the way to the nudist Beach
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to naturist sites and recreation spots in Cyprus. This is a safe haven for naturists with a year round sunshine and breath-taking views and temperate seas. Here are my picks for your naturist holidays. Besides, the weather is awesome throughout the year. You can expect the sun as early as in the morning with a likelihood of setting out all day. Imagine a place that will give you a privacy ideal for Eau Naturelle and allow you to cram some culture in between. Salamis is home to many ruins that connects you with history.
There is a development of villas near the beach. Avoid walking into the coastal front beyond the small island-Yeronisos facing the development. A few beaches exist in this region.
Some allow women to go topless while in others total nudism is perfectly allowed. The beaches have signposts on where nudism is acceptable and to what point. Look out for them to avoid getting into trouble.
The two designated beaches are just after the Souli Hotel and another one after the bath of Aphrodite. Lara Beach is not easily accessible, and this makes it all perfect for sunbathing skin-diving.
It involves a road trip to get there. In spite of the distance, it is particularly busy, but with naturists. You are likely to come across other like-minded people in this place. Karpaz beach is miles long, with sparkling clear waters and presents the much-needed isolation for tourists that are looking to sunbathe in the buff.
The beach is in the Turkish district of Cyprus, which is quite a catch for naturism. Although once again you must stick to the designated areas, there are signposts and directives to guide you. A huge part of Karpaz beach nudist friendly, but you still need to go to the farthest right of the beach just behind the huge sand dune. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Remember me.
We have been told that you can skinny dip in several sandy mini-coves just to the W of Pissouri beach but only out of the high season, I think. There is a beach restaurant but no development and it is possible these beaches are just within the British Akrotiri Base limit but that should be no problem.
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Certainly the couple of times we have been there, a lot of the people at the beach tavern were British service families. Here on Google Maps. Several shingle beaches on the Paphos side of Petra tou Romeo. We have never tried these but friends claim to have used them out of the high season.
The Captain would welcome further reports and confirmation of the location. To the West of Petra Although the beach is a very deserted and long one, there are two disadvantages.
Swimming is dangerous and nature trails offer view to the beach. However, there are some spots offering privacy even in the middle of the summer.
You have to walk a little bit in the sea in order to access the place. The last takes longer. Prefer to park at the picnic site. Then follow the steps to the beach and walk towards the East. A dark rock seems to be the end of the beach, but you can easily walk in the sea and pass to the other side, unless there are extremely wild waves. The sea is extremely dangerous, but sunbathing on the big pebbles is pleasant.
It is true that in this area there is some privacy from the nature trails. However, getting down to the beach is not easy and the large pebbles are extremely difficult to walk on let alone to sunbathe on. This bit of coast is exposed, it was windy when we visited and the sea very rough. Several large plumes of sediments were clearly visible being drawn away from the shore and a considerable distance out to sea. This seems likely evidence of strong rip tides and left us in no doubt whatsoever that this stretch of coast is extremely dangerous for swimming.
Travelling the B6 road from which the beach is visible for most of the way to Petra tou Romeo it all seemed much the same, just busier textiles the closer we got. Yes, there are places along this bit of coast where the beach is hidden from the road and the nature trails and where it would be possible to be nude.
West coast resort with all the poured-concrete attractions of "Las Vegas", "Blackpool" - not! Also a high density of Russians who appear to have invested heavily in property, clubs, etc.
Excellent local fare but you have to work at it and ask around, "Apomero", "Kingfisher", "Agios Georgios", "Tyrimos" and a taverna next door, also the Mania Kiosk at 48 St Paul's Avenue.
Oct 03, For travellers looking to happen upon a natural and peaceful environment, with your own private beaches and coves a visit to the Sea Caves outside Paphos in Cyprus is a pleasure.
All worth a visit or two. Georgios is probably still the best bet. Thereonafter is the Akamas Nature Reserve and 4WD country with sadly, only one nameless, clean beach. Lara and the rest are dirty, covered to a lesser or greater extent in tourists' rubbish, extensive oil tar deposits, builders' rubble, wrecked cars, rusty fridges and washing machines, broken plastic garden furniture as well as syringes!!! The flotsam and jetsam pales into insignificance by comparison.
See the area on Google Maps. The coves and beaches south of Agios Georgios north of Coral Bay, north of Paphos are said to be frequented by naturists.
Take the road down to Agios Georgios harbour and turn left along the dirt track at the sharp right hand bend at the bottom. Drive along the coastal track where there are several coves. For the best beach, drive beyond the small wood, about half of mile along the track towards a small harbour. Take the track left, just before you reach the harbour, to a beautiful small beach at the far side of the harbour.
A few naturist couples are often found in this idyllic setting with wonderfully clear water. There is also a quiet bay, comprising three linked coves, a couple of hundred metres further towards Agios Georgios, where my contributors have have met several other naturist couples. A report from says that Agios Georgios is even more spectacular than previous correspondents have suggested. The directions to the beach are easy to follow, but development is proceeding rapidly in the Paphos area, and new vacation villas are springing up along the cliffs.
Driving past the small harbour is now only possible in a 4x4 type vehicle as the road was cut for laying service lines, although it may be repaired by now. Also, my contributor was surprised to keep seeing people suddenly appear near the place that he had selected for his visit. Investigation revealed a road the ends in a parking area.
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It would appear that the road will remain public. I did not investigate to see where the road came out at the main highway. Future correspondents might wish to furnish that information. As for enjoying the beach itself, certainly if you wish to be alone, this is the place for you. It is virtually unoccupied. Such couples or groups that I did see appeared to be locals.
Women were topless only and the men were textiles. Total nudity seems to be frowned upon by these types. The Captain always recommends readers to avoid giving offence, but there is enough space here for that not to be a problem.
For the first-time or beginning naturist, or even for someone who wants to enjoy the spectacular scenery entirely alone, Agios Georgios certainly foots the bill. As for the sandy beaches, they are few but unfortunately people do leave their garbage.
For my money, the rocks and cliffs are the unique feature. Don't go expecting crowds of like-minded people, but do enjoy the solitude. Barefooters who visited in October went to the idyllic beach opposite the small harbour. A textile couple were there when they arrived and, not wishing to offend, my contributors wore swimsuits to go in the sea. They then stripped off on the beach partly hidden by some rocks, but soon 3 more couples arrived, all textiles. They remained the only naturists on this small beach but no one complained.
They felt obliged, however, to put on swimsuits each time we wanted to cool off with a swim. This is a lovely beach but this visit was on a Sunday and on a weekday we might well have had it to ourselves. The three linked coves a couple of hundred metres towards Agios Georgios were occupied by one textile couple when my contributors passed on their return. Original visit was Returned in Sept There are significant changes to access and attitudes.
The original road is passable, but very rough. Drive past the church to the paved road indicating the "archaeological site". On your left there is a rough narrow entrance. Take it, and generally drive south with the sea to your right. Generally speaking take "the path most travelled by.
Suddenly, there will be a paved road on your right. Take it. Just as suddenly, it will end and become gravel. By now, you will see the construction of a set of villas. Drive past them. The first cove is popular with divers, but too public for nude swimming. The next cove, identifiable by a large parking area, can be used by nudists. As has already been observed, whoever arrives first sets the tone. The farthest cove is essentially the same, whoever arrives first.
My favourite remains the spectacular cliffs. You will not be able to drive any vehicle beyond the cliffs, but the path down is easily followed. It appears that a demarcation of use has occurred.
While it is definitely a nudist area, despite being visible from above, it is also definitely frequented by gay men. While they may make their interest in you known, they are also very respectful of your politely-stated own preference. From that time one can enjoy pleasant conversation.
The best of all is that this area is exclusively nudist.
XVIDEOS cyprus videos, free. nhosabsafaris.com - the best free porn videos on internet, free. Even though there aren't any official nudist beaches in Cyprus, there are many fans that find the way and the place to become one with nature. According to our sources, there are 4 beaches in Limassol, Ayia Napa and Paphos which have been used by nudists as they are not easily accessed and because the police rarely checks them. These beaches need a bit of searching for visitors that don't. "In Cyprus generally nudity in public is prohibited but tolerated if not obtruding others. Akrotiri Turtles Beach is ideal due to its great size which always allows you to keep good distance from clothed beach-goers, and we never noted any even taking note of our nudity if passing by on a walk or so.
An easier route, but easily missed, is the only benefit from the construction that has occurred since I first wrote. From Paphos, drive towards Agios Georgios. Enjoy the view until after you have passed the Coral Bay roundabout. After the second roundabout, you will see a number of signs to Polis. You want the large blue sign the last but which also indicates "Baths of Aphrodite". A brown sign on the right indicating the baths confirms this is your sign.
Take the second left after the blue sign easily missedand follow the road until the T intersection. Turn right.
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Take your third left. Follow the road as it meanders and ends at a paved parking lot. From there, follow the paths and choose your place. While this route is much easier on you and your vehicle, the first offers better scenery.
March: If driving we would advise against attempting to turn left at the apex of the sharp right hand bend. The first part of the track has been concreted and though steep it looks negotiable. However, this belies the appalling state of the track just a few metres further on.
Take this route and you will probably end up having to reverse back out onto the hairpin! There is another turning just as you are about to come out of the hairpin but care is needed here too as a culvert laid across it is so high that most vehicles, including 4WD, will ground on it. However, there is a narrow gap just before the culvert where the hump is not too high and where, with care, it is possible to get through.
We just managed it in a Kia Picanto so most vehicles should be able to do it. Once through the gap there is plenty of space to park although the ground is rather lumpy. We visited Agios Georgios coves at the end of March and unfortunately even that early in the year we did not feel comfortable enough to be naked.
Firstly, the area south of Agios Georgios Harbour to the coves is very popular with walkers. Secondly, villas have now been built on the clifftops that overlook the coves. Needless to say there is now little privacy.
The boundary fences for these villas are very close to the foreshore in places. However, it is possible to negotiate one's way past them along the narrow rocky foreshore but, without swimming it is not possible to get to the beaches further on. To do this one must take a narrow footpath around the edge of the field behind the villas.
Eventually this brings you to the Cap St. Georges Beach Club Resort where the development referred to in the above report appears to have moved on considerably.
Even that early in the season it was evident that a few of the resort apartments were occupied and, though few in number, there were people on the beaches, all textile! It may be possible to sunbathe naked on the rocks just beyond the villas but space is very limited and entering the water would be dangerous. In any event there are much better places elsewhere. Sadly this location, which seems to have once been popular among naturists, looks to have been lost.
Perhaps there may be possibilities to the north of the harbour but we did not explore that area! A report from May describes Lara as a very long sandy beach by Cyprus Standards.
It is best to park at the cafe and walk the length of the beach to your chosen spot rather than risk getting your car stuck on the very rough track to the beach. A very quiet beach for the size and the nudists mostly locals stay at the far end near the white cliffs. Lara beach is an excellent place for all nudists in Cyprus; it is very natural and clean for everyone who likes to swim nude.
Another correspondent says this will need a bit of an excursion as you must cross the Akamas peninsula to reach it from Polis by about 15km of very rough road - an ordinary car will suffice but not if you are subject to car sickness! It is easier to reach by driving West from Paphos beyond Saint George's but you still have about 4km of bad dirt road. Lara is sandy and about m wide. Outside the peak summer period you simply park yourself at least 30m from any clothed group and strip off.
It will be unusual if other people don't start stripping off as well - always assuming the others are tourists and not locals! The beach shelves gently but the sea can be dodgy as it is exposed to the West and there are submerged rocks within 20m of the high tide line.
There has been the odd fatality in rough weather so take care.
Lara Beach is definitely a difficult drive. It is well used, Sept. I asked one English couple who were walking ahead of me, and away from the textiles if they were aware of nude sunbathing here.
Despite being frequent users, they were unaware of any, but stated clearly that they had no objection to me being nude near them. I stayed for an hour, the lone nudist. I drove around the cove and took one of the many tracks that lead off from the main road. I stumbled upon a vast sandy beach with nobody on it. From the road, its identifying feature is that the parking area has three steel posts driven into the ground to prevent your vehicle from going over the cliff! The beach turned out to be the main turtle hatching site.
Plastic hoops were dotted all around with signs asking you not to disturb the nests. There was nothing to indicate that you cannot use this beach. I was alone for the entire afternoon. Occasionally, people would appear at the edge of the cliff, but so far up that I wasn't bothered.
Earlier reports mentioned two small mini coves at the North end of the beach which are reasonably sheltered and backed by 10m cliffs. The rest of the beach is about m wide and rather flat with a tavern on the near headland.
There are two extensive beaches, one to the north and east of a headland and one to the south. The tavern is on another headland to the south of the second main beach. Barefooters who visited in October saw no naturists on these two main beaches but found an idyllic sandy cove to the west of the first beach mentioned above, and directly over the headland from the second and most southerly beach.
There were a number of naturists in this cove. They spent a relaxing afternoon on this beach which they thought was probably the best they visited in Cyprus. However, beyond the first beach on the north side of the headland there is another beach which we found to be deserted. A large number of protective cages stored among the rocks suggest this beach to be the one referred to above as "the main turtle hatching site".
We reached it by climbing over the rocks at the end of the foreshore just beyond the turtle information centre. There also appears to be a dirt track running to it but getting as far as the two main beaches by car is challenging enough.
The last branch of track leading down to this beach is in very poor condition and probably not traversable even in a 4WD.
The presence of steel posts near this track also seems to confirm it as "the main turtle hatching site" The sand is not quite as good as on the two main Lara beaches and there are some pebbles. There is also some jetsam and flotsam and the sea seemed rougher than at the main beaches but at least we had the entire beach to ourselves. If you drive the track towards Lara, just before the end of the tarmac you come to a burger van on the cliff top, the road descends from here and at the bottom of the hill you see a dirt track to the left sign-posted "beach".
This beach is usually empty and often the only occupants will be naturists. It's not a nudist beach but is usually empty enough.
The next beach is only a few hundred yards further, If you take the "Lara" track to the end of the tarmac then another yards brings you to a right turn for "The Last Castle" tavern, at this turn you can park up and walk to the beach.
A nice long beach, not naturist but empty enough to find your spot, I've used this beach regularly without problem. Obviously not its name. This pebbly cove lies beyond Pt. Geranisos, about 0. It is difficult to locate as there are no landmarks on the road but once you arrive on the shore, it is quite distinctive with two reefs running parallel to the shore. The best end is the north with many inlets running west and out to sea, full of interesting marine life. Sunny until hrs.
That said, it is a long way to go for a skinny dip! Possibly here on Google Maps. Driving further north along the coast track is this bay with the sunken Roman town below the water. It is clean but overlooked by an English army encampment and full of squaddies at the time of my reporters' visit.
North coast, west of Polis Chrysocou. BEACH 1. The road veers north west and about 2. This is on a left hand bend at the top of a small rise by a white, hand painted sign and an arrow pointing to the sea. The sign may not be there any longer. Follow the track towards the sea, m, turn right at the end and stop at the third olive tree along where there is a path down the shallow cliff leading to the beach.
This is a m pebble crescent partially covered with soft, dry seaweed to lie on; there is some flotsam and jetsam. We had one, naked, "wanker" but when my reporter pointed his camera at him, he ran off, never to return. This is another contributor's favourite. About metres on the Polis side of the Baths of Aphrodite tourist pavilion. This is a pebbly beach with a little sand, about metres wide sloping into deep water. Very good for snorkelling and swimming as it is sheltered from the prevailing westerly winds.
Very little shade and a moderate scramble down a 20m cliff. No facilities, sun-loungers, etc, but the beach can be scruffy with flotsam and the leavings from the August campers.
In May, June and October you can expect no more than two or three couples all day so it is not a problem then. The Marine Police boat goes past twice a day but has never bothered us.
A report from May confirms the above reports and recommends the beach for first-time naturists. Barefooters who visited in October found one naturist couple on the main beach and 3 more naturists on the beach of the adjoining cove north of the main beach. This was a very pleasant beach and they felt totally relaxed. The only drawback was that the pebbles made getting in and out of the sea a rather painful experience. Visited this beach on a weekday in mid-October There was another naked couple.
Being local I strongly recommend this beach as one of the best in Cyprus. Avoid it during the weekends especially from June to August as families visit often and nudism is not then possible. BEACH 2. This is beyond the Baths of Aphrodite and very definitely 4WD territory. The track runs along the cliff face, steep drops down and not for the faint-hearted. Your travails are rewarded when the track finally opens onto a rocky plateau with numerous clean coves, some sandy, along the north east coast.
Having said that, the only problems we had with "pervs" were not from the visitors but the locals. Somewhere hereabouts? If you are feeling brave, you can drive over the mountains, through the forest and along the west coast of the Akamas to Paphos; allow 2hrs.
Normally clothed but you can usually find a few naturist couples sunbathing under the bushes further along the beach, even in the middle of summer depending on the number of German campers! March: We visited this easily accessible sand and pebble beach at the end of March.
Tamarisk trees and bushes at the back of the beach afford a little seclusion. September: Visited this beach and found the bushes as described. I spent the afternoon nude. Some textiles walked by, presumably just enjoying the walk.
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They ignored me, and I felt no discomfort at being nude. October: The beach was well-populated with textiles, and Barefoot reporters did not feel sufficiently comfortable to strip off. Very long pebble and sand beach with parking and easy access from the Mavralis Picnic Site. Rudimentary long drop toilet facilities at the picnic site. Bushes and pine trees screen the beach from the picnic area and nearby road and provide some seclusion. Given the proximity to the picnic area it is unlikely that naturism would be possible in high season but it may be worth checking out.
North coast, near border with occupied territory. Needs exploring, no names but my reporters found some excellent, clean locations. Great harbour with new and working amphitheatre. Normal car OK. Hotel Pyrgiana Beach, inexpensive, modern, air-con, clean and simple, excellent food, seafood in particular.
A family-owned and friendly place to put your head down. March: Kato Pyrgos, which has been described as a part of Cyprus that time has forgotten, is nestled between the Turkish Kokkina enclave to the west, UN controlled demilitarised zone to the east, and Paphos forest and mountains to the south.
Its' location makes it a little isolated and remote but the drive, meandering through the forest and mountains to avoid Kokkina, is very scenic and absolutely delightful. The roads are paved, in very good condition and though winding, are not at all difficult. One route skirts the demilitarised zone around Kokkina passing through Mosfili and Mansoura.
Another, which we felt to be the more scenic, is just a little further inland and passes through Pigenia. We explored the part of the beach that runs east from Grape By The Sea for nearly 1km. At the end of March we had the entire beach to ourselves!
It is a long, fairly wide and easily accessible pebble and sand beach. The beach shelves moderately beyond the waterline and entering the water is not too difficult. Much of the beach is backed by cliffs which are high in places and provide some seclusion. North facing and backed by high ground, the beach is sheltered from prevailing westerly and south-westerly winds which are typical in Cyprus during the early part of the year.
With this shelter the sea was noticeably less rough than on south and west facing coastlines. At the far end the beach narrows and rocks and small caves offer additional privacy. There are fewer pebbles too so entering the water there is a little easier. However this end of the beach is close to, if not within the demilitarised zone and we felt we were being observed! We did not stop long there but instead moved back a couple of hundred metres to a part of the beach that was not so open to surveillance from higher ground!
We spent a pleasant and completely undisturbed afternoon on the beach after which we visited the harbour and amphitheatre. Northern Cyprus is Turkish controlled and can be reached either from Turkey or from Southern side of Cyprus Greek Side as long as you provide a valid passport at the Turkish border of Northern Cyprus. It seems more and more tourists are visiting this part of the island where there are said to be many deserted beaches ideal for nude sunning.
As Northern side is not recognized by international law meaning that tourists cannot take direct flights to the Northern Side it can only be reached Via Turkey or Southern Cyprustourism is the main priority of the locals during summer months and tourists are well treated and tolerated all the time. Report from : The peninsula has wide natural beaches which are empty enough to try with naked swimming and sunbathing.
Unfortunately also a lot of waste around on the beaches. A report from malecyprus lifted from the forum: I usually sunbathe on the beach next to Girne Alagadi beach. This is a turtles-protected beach. It is calmer between April and June and after September. Weekends are too crowded because locals come.
I do not recommend naked sunbathing when it's too crowded. My contributors met a middle-aged English couple who were enjoying the sun in the buff at the end of this wonderful beach. They told my reporters that the main reason they choose to come to North Cyprus is this fantastic beach with clear waters, which is miles long. Another report from spring describes a similar experience. A May report confirms that the local authorities have put up signs saying that nude sunbathers could be encountered, though it's unlikely that the local authorities will make this an official nudist beach.
Follow the road to Golden Sands beach and take the right turn to Tekos's place which serves bed and breakfast. Follow the footpath to the beach and you will see the nude sunbathers sign. Turn right from the main beach area and walk metres in the direction of the huge sand dune. There you can shed your clothes as none of the locals or families bother to walk there and you hardly encounter other people.
Burhan and Teko bungalows no longer in service due to non-compliance with local laws. The beach is much quieter for this reason. During the day the tour buses are pausing for a short time 1 hour. On the first day there were two couples and one male on the beach behind the sand dunes. Because the beach is big, everyone is quite far from their comfort zone.
One male, one female, one male sunbathed separately on the part of the sand hill overlooking the textile beach side. There are still long walkers textile people. But they continue their walk without giving any disturbance.
At first week of June I visited Karpaz beach. From Girne to Karpaz beach it [would] take around 2hrs by car. There is not possible to reach Karpaz by public transportation. If you have smartphone with google maps application, just search [for] Burhan's or Teko's Bungalows.
Road is well maintained mostly. Last Km more narrow road for drive. After find Teko's bungalow's there is signpost park your car.
At the beginning of beach there was a sign "Beyond this point you may encounter Nude sunbathers" still existing. Left side mostly used by textiles. Turn right and a little walk you can remove your swimsuits. During 2 days only 2 more couples and one single guy use this section. Some long walkers can be seen during day. But they turn when they spotted nude people or passing without any interact. Take your own umbrellas and waters before reach Karpaz. There is not any facilities around Karpaz.
During my visit, I didn't meet with peeping tom. Karpaz is excellent beach for singles or for timers. You can easily spot the persons before they saw you. July ate: This nudist-friendly beach was deserted and we didn't run into nudists or other couples during our stay. Comparing with last year, there were few people around. However, we enjoyed our time there. Like I reported above, locals tolerate the presence of nudist people, no problems here.
Rumour has it that a Turkish company will build a massive five-star hotel somewhere between Teko's and Burhan's places. According to what local people say, next year they could start building this hotel, which means we might not find the same beach.
Plus to this, we noticed that Teko added new bungalows and there is no space left for cars. We went to Golden beach last September and camped on the beach. There is a large free car park to the east of the restaurant, near the beach and a wooden walkway to the beach.
There is no charge for pitching a tent on the beach and you can either pay a daily charge of about 10 Lira to use the restaurant's toilets or pay per visit, about 2 or 3 Lira. There were two other nude couples on the beach, one had a tent and the other were day trippers.
We spent two full days on the beach nude. There were quite a few people strolling along the beach and people viewing the beach from the restaurant and from a viewpoint at the top of the hill. There are so few people in Northern Cyprus even at the height of the holiday season that this beach is almost completely empty all the time. If you want to camp on this beach go to the east end and away from the restaurant and walkways because locals do come to the beach for daytrips and use the walkways but they don't go much further.
There were no concerns at all about nude sunbathing and no gawkers. I have seen people nude near a town beach in Kyrenia and no one was at all concerned. I have also taken long walks in the mountains in the nude. There are no other people if you stay even a little way away from houses and dog walkers, the views are spectacular and the scent of pine trees is fabulous.
While there are no official nudist beaches here, I have heard that the main turtle beach to the east of Kyrenia is frequented by naturists as well. July ate: Since May I am regular on this beach. I must say that it was my best visit: no beach strollers, no peeping tommies, but just a perfect beach and nudist people all around.
This year, I ran into more nudist families and couples. Everyone is happy, free and peaceful. Because I was the only single guy on this beach, I tried not to disturb or offend anyone. Like I said, due to the warning sign, textiles did not walk towards the zone where we were all tanning in nude. I and my wife will again visit this beach by the end of August. Well, I do strongly offer everyone to come down here and enjoy the nature and freedom. I was there between May 17thth. Words are not enough to describe the beauty of this place.
I was like in Heaven; free, peaceful and happy. All day long, I walked along the beach naked, I read book, got socialized with other nudists. It was fantastic.
Well, by the last week of June or the first week of July, I am planning to visit this place again. Two small notes on this place: 1. These people might not tolerate nudity and your privacy. If you are single gentleman, when a gay fella comes or locates his umbrella around your place, it will be enough to tell him kindly that you want to be alone. June ate: Spent two days on the beach. It was amazing. Total peace, freedom and happiness. This time I didn't run into any nudists.
Just a few guys checking out gay activity.
What bothers me about this beach are 1. The presence of beach strollers. It could be bit annoying.
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It is continuous: One goes, another comes. Aftergroups of people or single gentlemen start taking a walk along the beach. So, under these circumstances you couldn't feel free - I was always tense and alerted due to these strollers. I am not against these fellas. However, if you are tanning alone, no matter what, these gentlemen put their stuff somewhere around and start bugging you.
It's also annoying. I had to warn some fellas. Next time I will put "I am straight. Please proceed. I want to be alone" sign on my umbrella. August ate: Third visit to this beach and I must say that the number of clothes-optional people in this beach are growing every year. This year there were also nudists bathing at the main entrance of the beach which is commonly used by the families. No-one seemed to be bothered and everyone was in harmony. Most nudists still prefer the far right side of the beach which is more secluded.
We didn't encounter any gay activity at all and this year there were so many nude sunbathers present at the far right side of the beach that it was like an official nude beach.
No-one bothered to cover up as there were too many naked people and it was like an official nude beach. Overall another 2 fantastic beach days au naturel and happy to report that nude sunbathing is getting widely practised in this beach. If visiting Cyprus and looking for a nude beach to catch some sun this is the beach to visit. June ate: I have been visiting this beach since Up to now, I have no problems or difficulties. If you mind people strolling around the beach and don't get them offended there will be no problem.
As cited above, since locals also know the fact that it's an official nudist beach they can tolerate your existence. One little rule works out for everyone nudes and textiles : mutual respect. Needless to repeat that this beach is breath-taking and clean. Now, the report: - Road to Dipkarpaz was completed.
People are tolerant. Therefore, we really had a great time on Karpaz Beach. We will again get there by July or August. August ate: I must say that this beach is a corner of heaven.
I am not exaggerating: crystal-clear sea a little bit wavypeace and absolute freedom. What on earth a human being with free spirit could want?
Having time on the beach was so relaxing and amazing. I also met some nudist mature couples. However, since they wanted to stay alone and need some privacy, I decided not to disturb them. Only thing I can criticize is not the way the beach is, but people running the facilities on the beach.