Love this beach! It’s a bit of a trek to get there, but flat and easy walking. There are sign posts marking the start of the naturist section and a cluster of tents and windbreaks show where folk like to settle - especially when the tide is far out. I love the term ‘free range naturism’ and it certainly applies here - being able to walk naked, with complete freedom, for miles - is just wonderful. Since the beach was temporarily closed due to bad behaviour in the dunes, there are occasional patrols by the Holkham Estate but they are very friendly. Expect the odd horse rider or folk walking the coastal path but generally the vibe is very cool and relaxed. On a warm day, there could be several hundred naturists and has a nice vibe.
John Vincent | 11-03-2021More reviews by John Vincent (3)
It's huge! But it takes a long time to walk there, and the car parking can be quite difficult in high season. Basically, you park and walk down Queen Anne's Drive until you meet the path that goes parallel to the sea behind the dune system. Turn left (west) away from Wells, and keep walking for a mile or so until you can cut down to the sand near the big George Washington bird hide. The naturist beach is some distance further to the west once you are on the beach. There are signs.
While there are occasional reports of activity in the dunes, the beach is so big you can get away from everyone if you want. Note that the tide comes in fast from a long way out and there are lots of channels and sand banks on this part of the coast, so don't get trapped if you venture out to the water's edge. Oh - it can be windy too. There are no facilities whatsoever.
Danny D | 18-03-2019More reviews by Danny D (18)