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Brighton East Beach, Brighton, East Sussex, South East
Brighton East Beach, Brighton, East Sussex, South East
The beach is on the main beach area, and is easily found. It is between Peter Pan's Playground and the Marina, Both Duke's (Lido) Beach and the Palace Pier are to its west side. Buses 7, 47 A, 52A, 57, 71 2, 726 link the Marine Parade to the station and Volk's Electric Railway runs along the promenade during the summer and has stations at the Aquarium, Banjo Groyne and the Marina.
The beach shelves steeply and is of pebbles. The usual facilities are withm easy reach.

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Fairlight Cove, Hastings, East Sussex, South East
Fairlight Cove, Hastings, East Sussex, South East
Please note that the stair case has been removed, it is dangerous to approach the cove by walking along the beach from either direction, beacuse of the state of the cliffs. The British National insurance no longer covers CCBN members for the use of this beach.
We recommend that you don t use this beach.

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Leysdown East Beach, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, South East
Leysdown East Beach, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, South East
The naturist beach lies to the east of the main town beach and can be reached by following the road through Leysdown and for about 1.5 km beyond. It becomes a track and sweeps away from the sea wall and back again in a U-shaped loop. Where it rejoins the sea wall there is a small parking area on each side, Mile End gate. Park here and continue eastwards on foot past some old wooden chalets. The naturist beach begins after 100m and extends for 250m.
The beach is of sand and shingle. Nearest shops and toilets are in Leysdown. No shelter.

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Hampshire, South East
Hampshire, South East
Taddiford Gap, Barton on Sea, E. of Bournemouth: The beach is the usual south coast pebbles with some sand when the tide goes out. The cliff top walk is a little way back from the edge of the crumbling mudstone, but many of those walking and cycling along the coast path take diversions to the cliff edge - sometimes sitting for quite a while, relaxing and enjoying the view. These people are clearly visible from most of the beach, and the nuddies are clearly visible from the cliff top, which is never higher than 25m/80', so the beach is overlooked, but the overlooking is not a problem.
Because the beaches at Barton and Milford are so long textiles do not need to journey this far to find space and consequently the naturist section is quite secluded. Although there is no sign announcing it, and this is not an "official" beach, this is nevertheless a genuine naturist beach.

Calshot south of Fawley, near Southhampton: The beach faces just east of south. Much of the beach is pebbles, but some sand appears at low tide (and can be found underfoot further out). At high tide there can be very little beach exposed between sea and cliff/vegetation - so check tide tables. The top of the beach has a relatively steep slope, but at low tide the slope is very slight - you may need to wade out some way to get to swimming depth. The beach is backed by trees and scrub - but this area belongs to the nearby Estate and naturists should refrain from trespassing on private property for the sake of the tolerated use of the beach. There are good views of the Isle of Wight, sailing and the occasional cruise liner.

Browndown Point near Lee-On-Solent: The "Solent Way" designated footpath runs along the beach between Lee on solent and Gosport, affording access on foot. By car - the B3385 leads straight from Fareham Station to the middle of Lee on Solent (Newgate Lane/Broom Way)
"By car, leave the M27 at Junction 11 and follow the signs for Gosport and the A32. After a couple of miles you will approach a double roundabout. At the first roundabout be in the left hand lane to go straight over (1st exit) and then move over the right hand lane to turn right (3rd exit) following the signs for HMS SULTAN. Stay on this road, Military Road (you will pass HMS SULTAN on this road), until the next roundabout. Here go straight over (2nd exit) and again follow the road until another roundabout. Again go straight over (1st exit this time) and you will see the sea .The road sweeps round to the left and on the crown of the bend there is a turn off into a car park; park here."
"You will notice a wire fence that leads down to the sea. Follow this and at the end, or through one of the many holes, turn right (if facing the sea) and start to walk away from the car park. The beach is made up of pebbles so walking can be difficult and there is definitely no access for wheelchairs. On your left you will walk past the rear of Browndown TA Camp. Keep walking until you can see a large concrete mushroom affair which marks the eastern limit of the nudist section. The western limit is marked by l high (50 feet or so) embankment."

Gilkicker Point

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Selsey West Beach, West Sussex, South East
Selsey West Beach, West Sussex, South East
Selsey West Beach lies to the west of Selsey. The unofficial naturist beach is beyond the large West Sands Caravan Park, in the no man's land between Selsey and Bracklesham.
The south west facing beach is backed by a substantial shingle and grit bank which prevents the sea sweeping inland. At high tide the beach is reduced to this steep bank, at mid tide pebble strewn coarse sand appears and at low tide there's also an expanse of flat but wet sand.

It's two miles along the beach to Bracklesham so there is plenty of space, but the beach is overlooked from the bank. Making the trek to the middle will limit the passing traffic to the more energetic walkers and occasional mountain biker. The atmosphere is bracing as Selsey Bill protrudes well out into the Channel. The groynes afford some protection, but a windbreak would be an asset on all but calm, warm days.

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Church Norton - nr Selsey, South East
Church Norton - nr Selsey, South East
The south east facing beach is a huge shingle bank, backed by a large flat shingle area upon which rare birds nest. At low tide an area of flat muddy sand is exposed. On the top of the stony bank t there are loads and loads of shells - almost more in number than the stones. Its a bit exposed so expect a slight breeze even on a still day. The beach is nearly a mile and a half long and perhaps because the car park is so small it does not get crowded. There are no signs anywhere mentioning naturism.

Probably not a good place to swim - the harbour has a fairly savage tidal inflow / outflow and you could be very easily be swept away. Excellent bird watching opportunities - at some times of the year - June for example - some of the beach is roped off as its a bird breeding area.

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Littlehampton - Climping, South East
Littlehampton - Climping, South East
Join the A259 (linking Bognor Regis with Littlehampton) and head eastwards. Shortly after the turnings for Middleton-on-Sea and Burnham, you will arrive at a junction signposted 'Climping', with a large white sign in the middle of a grass verge indicating 'To The Sea'. Take this turning and after 0.5 miles pass a couple of pubs on your left and a craft shop on the right, before arriving at the busy car park entrance. Parking is not permitted on any grass verges or on the roadside leading up to the car park, and potential visitors should be aware that the local council appear to be active in towing away illegally parked vehicles. The beach itself is a few yards in front of the car park.

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Shoreham - also known as West Hove or Portslade, South East
Shoreham - also known as West Hove or Portslade, South East
Once on the seaward side of the wall one becomes totally unaware of the busy port behind. In front you is the sea and behind you the high wall shuts out most of the noise and all of the dust. However there is no wind protection from West or East and a wind break may be useful. The pebble beach is a drawback and sand is only exposed at low tide so you will also need tough soled shoes and perhaps a rubber mat to sit or lie on. The West (far) end of the beach was mostly gay, but changes to the parking arrangements are reported to have altered the distribution of beach users with the couples and families now setting up centrally around a gap in the concrete wall and single and single sex couples to the extreme east and west of the beach. The launching of jet skis has also been made easier so watch out for these as they often come in close to have a gawp. There are a very wide range of ages, and basically, like Brighton & Hove as towns, it's a relaxed and friendly place. Generally people are left to themselves, without interference. At least one (clothed) University student uses it as a place where she can study in peace without the constant interruption and "chat-up" that she experiences elsewhere. There are no dunes or other hideaways which can be a focus for inappropriate activities and consequently one potential source of aggravation and disturbance is missing. The area is enclosed by the mouth of Shoreham Harbour to the West and private beaches of Hove Seaside Villas to the East, thus it is not on a route from somewhere to somewhere. Furthermore, trudging along a pebble beach has few attractions so there are few excuses for the passing "gawper" or for Mrs Grundy who is looking to be shocked.

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Birling Gap, nr Eastbourne, South East
Birling Gap, nr Eastbourne, South East
Take the A259 from Eastbourne or from Seaford. On reaching Eastdean turn south on to a minor road to'Went Hill' and 'Birling Gap'. When you get to the coast, the beach is accessible from the (paying) hotel car park down a wooden stairway (April to September). Since non- naturists don't venture far from these steps, a walk of no more than 500 yards along the beach (to the West) will take you to the area traditionally used by naturists.

The beach is comprised of large pebbles with occasional patches of sand and backed by chalk cliffs. It is not overlooked and attracts few walkers.

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Norman's Bay - Cooden, west of Bexhill, South East
Norman's Bay - Cooden, west of Bexhill, South East
This unofficial beach is situated between the Cooden Beach end of Bexhill and the seaside village of Normans Bay and is reported to have been in use by naturists for more than 30 years.

From the west: Take the minor road from the A27/A259 roundabout in Pevensey signposted to Norman's Bay. After about 2 miles turn right (marked as "Private Road" ) and cross the level crossing (no barrier or lights, so carefully!). Turn first left into the caravan site and follow the road past the car parks. Take the right fork, then either park on the pebbles or continue along the grass track between the houses to firmer ground. Walk left along the beach, naturist use starts roughly four or five groins along.

Between the beach and Hooe Level (ex salt marsh now water meadows) there is a pebble bank to stop Hooe Level being swamped by the sea. The beach side of this bank is pebbles at the top, with shingle and sand at low tide. At very low tide there is a large expanse of sand, too flat to allow swimming. The other side of the pebble bank has the local railway after a grassy bank and field. The naturist section of this beach is very quiet, with virtually no textile usage. Visitors include the usual single males, hetero couples and families. Due to the flat countryside it can probably get rather windy so a lot of people bring wind-breaks. There are no dunes to hide in so there can not be much in the way of problems

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Camber Sands, East Sussex, South East
Camber Sands, East Sussex, South East
Camber Sands are situated between Rye in East Sussex and Lydd in Kent, just to the east of Rye Harbour and the Rother Estuary. During the summer, the beach attracts thousands of (textile) visitors, many from the the nearby holiday centre. Despite this naturists have long been reputed to use the "remoter parts" - particularly mid-week.

Camber beach is a long , backed by extensive sand dunes and mostly composed of fine, soft sand. Behind the beach is the Rye Golf Club. At low tide the sand is about half a mile wide narrowing to about 50 yards at high tide . However, perhaps due to the proximity of Pontin's holiday camp, the beach itself seems to be wholly textile - only the dunes at the western end (nearest Rye Harbour and the golf links) are said to be used for naturism. The further west you go towards Rye channel (Rother estuary) the more likely you are to find suitable spots - easier to find a suitably secluded spot during the week, when you may find naturists among the dunes

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Abbot's Cliff (The Warren), Folkestone, South East
Abbot's Cliff (The Warren), Folkestone, South East
A long-established unofficial beach, midway between Folkestone and Dover. Still used - mostly by locals. Pebbles and shingle with high chalk cliffs. It is inadvisable to sit directly under them, since cliff falls are frequent. Bathing possible at high tide, but problems with rocks at low tide. Access is possible (except at high tide) from Samphire Hoe Country Park (pay and display car parking). If you are prepared for a one-and-a-half-mile walk or cycle ride, better access is said to be from the Folkestone Eastern Pleasure Beach along the concrete "promenade". Free on-street parking is possible near the Eastern Beach and there is a cliff-top paying car park.

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Shakespeare Cliff, near Dover, South East
Shakespeare Cliff, near Dover, South East
Long reputed to have been used by naturists. Use may have been affected by introduction of a beach walk from Samphire Hoe to Folkestone.

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Sandwich Bay, South East
Sandwich Bay, South East
Sandwich Bay is situated on the Eastern coast of Kent, about five miles south of Ramsgate. This beach was removed from the listing after reports of problems in past years with the adjacent golf club and new buildings which overlooked the beach.. More recent reports suggest that parts of the beach are still frequented by naturists, so we have re-listed it - but beware of unfriendly 'natives' .

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Botany Bay, Kingsgate, South East
Botany Bay, Kingsgate, South East
A very attractive long sandy beach with some grassed dunes backed by low cliffs on the north-eastern tip of Kent, between Margate and Broadstairs. Another unofficial beach, mostly used by locals for sunbathing. Discretion is needed although some skinny dipping is possible when the beach is quiet and the tide in. On-road free parking is possible in the roads leading down to the beach from the B2052 George Hill Road.

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Reculver - Minnis Bay, South East
Reculver - Minnis Bay, South East<
A shingle beach midway between Reculver and Minnis Bay on the north Kent coast. Another unofficial beach used by a few locals. Reached by the Wantsum Walk coastal footpath (along the top of sea defences) either from Reculver public carpark or the Minnis Bay seafront car parking. The Wantsum Walk veers inland for the bit near the beach, so it is only overlooked by people who choose to walk along the low cliff top. The beach is north facing so can lose the sun by mid afternoon.

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Long Rock, Swalecliffe, South East
Long Rock, Swalecliffe, South East
Long Rock beach on the north coast of Kent is situated mid-way between Whitstable and Herne Bay. At one time its use by naturists was officially recognised by Canterbury City Council, but there are now signs either end of the beach stating "Naturism is not condoned on this beach" The change in status is said to have been the result of the activities of "a few morons" who gave offence to walkers passing on the footpath - part of the 'Saxon Shore Way' - at the rear of the beach. The beach itself isn't the most picturesque, consisting of pebbles with sand and exposed mud at low tide. It also tends to be windy with no natural shelter, so windbreaks are useful.

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