Reviews: (1)

How do you like it?

It's very good

  • 0 x It's terrible
  • 0 x It's not the worst
  • 0 x It's average
  • 1 x It's very good
  • 0 x It's perfect
Is it an officially naked place?

Yes, it's official

  • 0 x No, just known for being nude
  • 1 x Yes, it's official
Is nudity optional there?

Yes, it's clothing optional

  • 0 x No, you are expected to be naked
  • 1 x Yes, it's clothing optional
Is the access free of charge?

Yes, it's free

  • 0 x No, there is an entry fee
  • 1 x Yes, it's free
Is this place always naked?

Yes, always

  • 0 x No, only during particular periods
  • 1 x Yes, always
Is it clean?

Quite clean

  • 0 x Total mess
  • 0 x A bit dirty
  • 0 x Not that bad, not that good
  • 1 x Quite clean
  • 0 x Very clean
How do you like the atmosphere there?


  • 0 x Very hostile
  • 0 x A bit hostile or hermetic
  • 0 x Neutral
  • 1 x Friendly
  • 0 x Very friendly
Is it crowded?


  • 0 x Almost empty
  • 1 x Regular
  • 0 x Hard to find a place
It is accessible by public transportation?


  • 1 x No
  • 0 x Yes
How wild is the nature in this place?

Almost like untouched by humans

  • 0 x It's not natural
  • 0 x Natural but maintained
  • 1 x Almost like untouched by humans
Is this place accessible for people with disabilities?


  • 1 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Is it LGBTQ+ friendly?


  • 0 x No
  • 1 x Yes
Is it family friendly?

No answers

  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Is there also a cruising area there?

No answers

  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Does it have lifeguards?


  • 1 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Are toilets available?


  • 1 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Are showers available?


  • 1 x No
  • 0 x Yes

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Avatar DSuffolkUK 2017-08-23

  • English An official naturist beach, owned by Hutley's caravan site at St Osyth beach, about two miles from St Osyth village, near Clacton, Essex, UK. Park at the caravan site at the end of Beach Road, there are three car parking options, some free. It gets busy Sunday mornings as there is a market there. I believe there is also a bus from Clacton, which also has a train service, but getting there by public transport is quite difficult! From the car park, walk about 10-15 mins west along the beach (Point Clear direction). The naturist beach has no obvious starting point (after the first small dune seems to be the start these days), but ends at the fence with the nature reserve. Do not go into the nature reserve (clothed or unclothed)! Don't worry about the stones/concrete on the beach at first near the car park, the naturist part has sand, stones and some low grassy dunes. Mainly males, some women and couples.

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