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Morfa Dyffryn

My husband and I have enjoyed visiting this beautiful beach many times over the last 20 years, but sadly in recent times the experience has been spoilt by our being approached by single males who have suggested that we may like to join sexual activities.....
BB | 21-07-2022

Monknash and Wick

It's been a while since the last review the beach is still fabulous, a fine mix of textiles and naked.
I've tried all 3 of the ways down and my own preference is to use the ladders. Parking at Dunraven Bay is £5 which is quite a sting even if it does.....
Paul | 14-07-2022

Kenfig Burrows aka Sker Beach

First time going nude on a beach and it was so exhilarating. Fairly quiet so it was an easy break in. A few walkers, people fishing and they didn't bat an eyelid. Walked most of the way down the beach with just my rucksack on and I felt so alive. Will definitely be visiting again.
Paul | 11-07-2022

Marros Beach and Walk and Telpyn Beach

Went to Marros Beach this afternoon with my boyfriend. We managed to drive halfway down the hill after turning down the road at the church.
The beach was empty when we arrived. We took a right and walked up towards the cliffs. The sun was shining but.....
Dominic MorganDominicm d | 06-07-2022

Kenfig Burrows aka Sker Beach

Really enjoyed my visit to Sker Beach today, i walked from Sker Point to the river and back in just my walking boots. One textile guy came past on his bike but aparr from that, i was all alone untill i got bsck to Sker point where there were some surfers. Well worth the initial walk to the beach
Rob | 27-06-2022

Cefn Sidan aka Pembrey Beach and Walk

It's no good for naturism now the dunes all washed away.plus the price of getting into the park,it's 7pounds and you have to pay on the way out at a parking station means getting out of you're car and put in the car registration and price comes up on.....
Mr Darcy | 24-06-2022

Kenfig Burrows aka Sker Beach

This was the first time I have ever tried going nude in public and I absolutely loved it.
The beach was extremely quiet apart from a few dog walkers......
Rich | 14-06-2022

Morfa Dyffryn

Visit regularly, have a caravan a couple miles away, long walk to naturist beach passed the textiles, which is not to much of a problem, just make sure you take liquids with you !! Once at the naturist beach the dunes are often populated mainly by males,.....
Darren | 01-11-2021

Kenfig Burrows aka Sker Beach

Beautiful and was very busy I found more people in the dunes opposite the sinking ship and some in little self made huts on the way to the sinking ship mixed amount of people and clearly very popular directions So you arrive to the car park and you walk.....
Gjones | 05-09-2021

Morfa Dyffryn

It is a fantastic beach, lots of space and friendly folk. We go every year with our young family and really enjoy our time there.
The hardest part is the long walk to the naturist section and then the even hard walk back to the car ????.....
SunSeeker | 05-09-2021

Monknash and Wick

Not the best location if your not reasonably fit for walking over large stones you best stick to sker beach.
However if you are then you have two car parking options 1st just down past the pub there is a field with an honestly box there from there its.....
mike | 03-09-2021

Marros Beach and Walk and Telpyn Beach

My first visit to Marros for a year or so. Gosh, hasn't the beach got pebbly!!
On a very hot day, there were very few people on the beach - I walked to the far right (from the path down from the church) and the only family was so far away that I was comfortable stripping off......
Norman V | 20-07-2021

Kenfig Burrows aka Sker Beach

Quite a walk from the car park at the nature reserve, but it was worth it. We turned right when we reached the lifeguard hut and walked about a mile along the beach in line with the pebble ridge.
There were quite a few couples and single men there, all.....
Sharon Tyner | 18-07-2021

Morfa Dyffryn

I remember going there years ago camping at shell island.the weather was great and sunny and me and Sally went for a walk along the beach and walked in to the area which had naked people all enjoying themselves, playing badminton and throwing frizzbes.it.....
philip westwood | 19-06-2021

Monknash and Wick

This is absolutely the best beach for getting naked in south Wales!!!
So, I've been visiting this beach regularly for over thirty years now and I love the place!!!!! There is really easy parking in a nearby field (honesty box in operation) and the beach.....
Andy | 31-05-2021

Kenfig Burrows aka Sker Beach

Had a relaxing couple of hours here yesterday.only a few people there and only less than ten walking on the beach
jeffrey thomas williams | 20-05-2021

Whiteford Sands

I managed one further visit, in September 2020, before lockdown and thoroughly enjoyed myself - being almost alone on the huge expanse of beach for the whole time.
The only others I saw were a couple (clothed) and a single man on the flattish sand dunes.....
Norman V | 30-03-2021

Whiteford Sands

I had a great day out at Whitford. I stripped off as soon as i reached the dunes, the feel of sea air on my naked body was fantastic......
There were others about, but they didnt seem to worry about me..........
Phil Davies | 02-12-2020

Morfa Dyffryn

I have been several times. It is one of the best beaches that I have come across. The walk from where we camped took about 15 minutes. We went, in theory for the GB Skinny Dip, which was cancelled when we went, though by the time we got there the weather.....
Rod Griffiths | 01-09-2020

Morfa Dyffryn

We had been driving around looking for the naturist campsite and couldn't find it. We gave up and found a beautiful walled campsite and settled in. The next day I walked to the entrance of the walled part to see what it was and there was the naturist.....
Grace Opperman | 25-08-2020

Marros Beach and Walk and Telpyn Beach

Returned to Marros Beach in early August on a sunny weekend.
Some families were in the centre part of the beach - right next to the pathway back to Marros Church. It is a very long beach and by going to the right, I was easily far enough away to be able.....
Norman V | 13-08-2020

Whiteford Sands

Parking is easy at Llanmadoc. At the small junction by the church, take the right-hand lane and park in the field with the honesty box.
Turn right out of the car park and follow the signs to the beach - once off the lane, there is a sign to the right.....
Norman V | 06-08-2020

Marros Beach and Walk and Telpyn Beach

Although quite a walk from the car park at Marros Church - 20 minutes or so down to the beach and 30 minutes back (uphill) - this is a beautiful beach with masses of space and very few people.
I visited on a sunny weekday in late July 2020 and had most.....
Norman V | 05-08-2020

Cefn Sidan aka Pembrey Beach and Walk

Hell of a walk from the car parks, turn right on the beach about 2 miles to rock outcrop/old breakwater. signs warn 'No beach nudity!!' Dunes now eroded and impassible, all overgrown- so no walks through or hideaway spots any more, all on the beach which.....
Dunehunter | 12-07-2020

Morfa Dyffryn

Great but the dunes are steep and exhausting, dolphins occasionally visit and I thought I'd go swim with them, but once in deep water started thinking that these were wild animals, and bigger and better swimmers than me, so bugger that. Pity it's so far from South Wales
Dunehunter | 12-07-2020

Monknash and Wick

A long walk from Wick, Monknash after you .park in the farmer's field down the lane from the Plough and Harrow pub.The layby about a mile away in the lane is dodgy, I had my wife's car broken into there once, No access at high tides so check them first......
Dunehunter | 12-07-2020

Morfa Dyffryn

It has a long beach exceptionally clean, great to just sit and watch the world go by or take a walk in the sea. I have been many times looking forward to returning.
It is a good 10min walk from the main carpark (Turn right onto the beach Barmouth.....
NorthernSoul45 | 03-07-2020

Morfa Dyffryn

Went there on Bank Holiday sunday
Tony stimpson | 28-08-2019

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