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Fairlight Glen

10

Average rating of 3 reviews.

Address information

Fairlight Glen
Lat: 50.867728
Long: 0.646992

Distances

  • London 70 Miles / 02:29

Facilities

  • Sea
  • Suitable for swimming
  • Suitable for children

Opinions and experiences of visitors with Fairlight Glen

Great mix of people this year with afew textiles also. Signed as a clothing optional beach ... park between mill lane and martineau lane on the country park carpark/toilets and walk straight down and then off to your right around the houses.. basically still heading down towards black rock on a OS map... woodland all the way to beach...council dont promote the beach so poor signage... but worth the effort. watch out for high tides as can force you back up the beach and hidden rocks at mid tide..Of late naturists mainly tend to use main beach and off to the east side. stunning sheltered, isolated mainly pebble beach. Feels like another country at times! Beautiful!!
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Birty | 19-06-2020
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This a great beach. Isolated and rugged and a real sum trap. So nice to be able to walk extensively along the beach totally nude and not in sight of coastal path. I usually walk from Hastings station over east hill. Then down Ecclesbourne Glen over the headland and down Fairlight Glen then down the cliff path to the beach. I find the walk fairly good exercise (I walk fast and am fit). I also find it is a quiet route and am able to walk nude most of the way each time I have been. Glorious to be able to walk nude for 30 mins (popping on shorts if I see people coming) then descending down to the beach over sun drenched cliff route. Best to get there for low tide as the sand comes out and is fairly expansive. Love this place.
SlimJim | 03-06-2020
We use it regularly for nude recreation as we are locals. It is a 25 min walk through a country park and woods from the nearest parking spots. There are very few paths down from the cliffs that back the beach so once you are there it is possible to be nude along a few miles of beach. The beach is a mix of shingle, rocks and sand at low tide; what you find is very dependant on recent weather and tides. We know of no other similar-sized area in England which you can explore so freely while naked. If we hadn't already been nudists before going there, we would be after a first visit. It is 100% natural, you can't get more natural than enjoying it while naturally naked.
Nik | 08-01-2019
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