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Gran Bretagna

spiagge naturiste:

http://www.british-naturism.org.uk/beaches/


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Ho visto che indicano anche una spiaggia a Christchurch nel Dorset (ma sarebbe meglio scrivere a est di Bournemouth)
piu' di 15 anni sono andato in quella spiaggia in una zona a quella indicata come naturista, allora non vidi nessun naturista (ma da come e' indicata nella mappa io ero un po' piu' a est).
La spiaggia comunque e' veramente impagabile: una larga spiaggia con alle spalle un immenso e sconfinato tipico pratone verde all'inglese con sullo sfondo un boschetto.
Il tutto con la tipica luce del nord cosi' diversa da quella cui siamo abituati.
Nelle prossimita' c'e' anche un capolinea del bus (con il piano superiore scoperto).
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ovviamente anche se il sole scotta e' difficile trovare la giornata torrida estiva (se non in deu/tre giorni all'anno)


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Riprendendo il discorso di prima faccio notare che nella pagina indicata gentilemente da Adriaticamente c'e' questa annotazione legale relativa alla possibilita' di stare nudi sulle spiagge inglesi (anche se contorta e' sicuramente piu' favorevole di quella nazionale, che stano :roll: ):


Whilst it is perfectly legal to strip off on any beach, the law of the land works in such a way that all manner of legislation can be applied to the naked sunbather if complaints are received. Many naturists quietly minding their own business in an out of the way spot have suffered from this when discovered by a prudish dog-walker!
However, nude use of some beaches has received the sanction of the landowner or local authority and those are therefore considered to be ?official? beaches. We have marked them as such in the list. Because of the official designation and the fact that warning signs are erected, naturists? enjoyment should not be spoiled by anyone - and we can take action against any non-naturists who disturb us.


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Studland Beach - Dorset


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50°37'7.99"N 1°57'21.23"W

piu' o meno


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Molto interessante che ci sia anche quella di sopra.

io comunque mi riferivo a quella qui indicata (che comunque e' vicina a quella indicata da voi)

http://www.british-naturism.org.uk/beac ... each_ID=12
nel sito c'e' anche la mappina ma non sono bravo a metterla nel sito
ciao


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Il prossimo mese saremo in Scozia. Qualcuno ha informazioni su spiagge naturiste?


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To bare or not to bare?

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Having been discussing the beauty therapy benefits of naturism in the northern climate on Annie Beags’ blog over on the Western Isles I thought it was only fair to warn everyone that Cleats Shore near Kilmory on the west coat of Arran is the only official nudist beach in Scotland as far as I know. Having said that it’s not exactly a wall to wall flesh pot. So Calumannabel, should we start our Nuddy Beach for Lewis Campaign now so the fanksters can top up their blue bits? Give reasons why Lewis deserves it’s own nudist beach here. Perhaps we could have some suggestions regarding which beach would be ideal or maybe reasons against? Here’s part of an article from a well known Scottish newspaper giving some pro’s and cons:

Nudism: is it time to grin and bare it?
Scottish beaches get rave reviews in a new book on naturism. A fully clothed Adrian Turpin investigates

Scotland and nudism — an unlikely mix? You might think so but Nick Mayhew, the author of the naturist guidebook Bare Britain, is out to correct a few misconceptions. “Up until 100 years ago, when people went swimming in Scotland they would have stripped off,” he says. “Look at Rob Roy. Remember Liam Neeson famously swimming in the nude?” It may come as a shock to discover that Rob Roy MacGregor was a proto-naturist, skinny-dipping between skirmishes, sunning himself in the altogether, hands on hips by the banks of Loch Voil. But the rest of what Mayhew, a 36-year-old London-based travel writer, had to say this week was even more surprising. Scotland’s beaches are apparently a naturist’s paradise. “As someone who has written a naturist guide to Europe, I can say that Scotland is the most beautiful place in it,” says Mayhew. “For me, it’s a wilderness thing. It’s nice having your own bit of wilderness.”

There is, in fact, only one official nudist beach in Scotland: Cleat’s Shore, in the south of Arran. “I suspect it’s probably the least visited nudist beach in the known universe,” says Mayhew. The other sites mentioned in the guide — including Glenaladale by Loch Shiel, Glengarrisdale Bay in north Jura and Loch Arienas in Morvern — have been chosen for their mixture of remoteness and beauty but are offered with a warning: “If you do decide to enjoy a spot of unofficial skinny-dipping, do so with care and respect for others. If in doubt, cover up rather than risk offending.”
As for the small matter of the climate: “I was swimming in Sanna Bay near Ardnamurchan Point earlier this month,” says Mayhew. “Not for very long, but some of the word’s most famous bare-bathers are Swedish. Compared to Scotland, that’s a lot colder. In the far north of the country, there’s a naturist beach inside the Arctic Circle. In midsummer, you get 24-hour sunlight.” And has he found an answer to intimate midge bites? “Isn’t that what everyone wants to know? I’ll sell you that for a million quid,” he says.
But as the Bare Britain guide admits: “It’s not only the midges that can make life unbearable for bare bathers.” Naturists may be ready for the west coast, but are the locals ready for naturists? One of the beaches also singled out by Bare Britain is Glasnacardoch on the Ardnish peninsula, locally known as the “singing sands” because of the noise made as you walk over it. Are the locals aware that they are living near a nudist hot (or should that be cold) spot? “I can honestly say I’ve never seen anyone nude round here. It wouldn’t go down very well at all. It’s a place for families,” says Jilly Jones, who runs the Old Library Lodge hotel in Arisaig. Maybe that’s a sign of how discreet they are? “I don’t think there’s an awful lot to hide behind down there to be honest,” says Jones. You’re sure you’re not missing out on a niche market? “I’m not missing out on anything.”
Wouldn’t coachloads of Danes and Germans, not deterred by the weather but eager to be buffed to a high gloss by the Atlantic gales, provide just the shot in the arm which the Highland economy needs? Wouldn’t you be tempted, I ask Jones, if VisitScotland offered to pay for a free advert in Health and Efficiency magazine? “I don’t think so,” she says. “I’d rather people just kept their clothes on. Normally nudists are just old people who tend to let it all hang out.”
The writer and Highland historian John MacLeod, a native of Harris, adds: “It is difficult to think of a nudist invasion without an awful lot of hilarity. The horizontal rain. The icy chill of the Atlantic. Bumpy, wobbly flesh. Unspeakable.” As the son of a minister and an occasional outspoken commentator on public morality, however, MacLeod’s objections go beyond the aesthetic. “The fact is we are meant to be clothed,” he says. “The English language suggests that. ‘Stripped’, ‘naked’, ‘nude’ are all synonyms for diminished. The whole point of clothing is that it’s a social discipline. To put it crudely, it’s there to cover signs of sexual arousal. Men and women, boys and girls, naked together is an affront on many levels. The naturist thing is an assault on decency. There is something very aggressive about it.”
What would be the reaction of the typical minister to a nudist invasion of the west coast? “Horror, pity and disgust I should imagine,” says MacLeod plainly. “After the Fall of Man, one of the very first things in the new order was clothing. First fig leaves, then animal skins.”
Rebranding the Western Isles as a nudist riviera from Butt to Barra may have to wait a while yet.



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Gosh we think along the same lines Sunny. While you're writing about nudism on Cleat's Shore, we're negotiating with Spenser Tunick who's expressed an interest in photographing all the attendees in the nude laid along the grass verge of the A857. Obviously we'll remove all sheep droppings first. Tunick has an exhibition at The Sage in Newcastle next month so we'll hook up and fianlise things then. Over the years the beach at Souith Dell has gained a local reputation for nude bathing. Some Saturdays you cannot move for folded floral pinnies and the XXXlL Agent Provoacter favoured by the local cailleachs. It's like Baywatch with . wrinkles.One Dell man, Alec John Murray has an ice cream concession on the beach. He wears a thong and a broad smile as he dispenses 99's to the Dell babes. Finally I would submit The historian John MacLeod obviously knows little about sexual arousal in the Western Isles - all the Lewis men I know demand five days written notice of any pending physical demands on their person by which time they've had ample time to cover their 'cheeky bits'.
calumannabel from alec john's beach bar south dell


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I suppose anywhere near the Butt of Lewis might be a good place to start. It's usually quite exposed.
Annie B from Lone Sheiling


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Annie, please tell Lewis to put his breeks back on, he'll catch his death in this weather! Calumannabel, great minds with nothing better to do.... Do you really think we will have a big enough turn out to do a Tunick? I will bring my hammer and chisel to help those who have been sewen into their combinations for the winter!
Sunny from Arran


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Lewis is, I'm afraid, out of control and out of work since Morse ended. It's all been a bit too much for him Sunny
Nicky Butt from Lipton's shop Eoropie


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Ah no Nicky! Lewis is getting it's own series, just saw the trailer, Kevin Wheatly is getting Morse's car and everything! Do you think he will investigate the fank?
Sunny from Arran


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Browsed through your blog, Sunny - enjoyed the extensive tourist guide which you included last July. As far as a dating festival in the nude is concerned, isn't that strapping the cat on the bacon? Or is it akin to saying "don't bother wrapping it up, i'll eat it straightaway?"
Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway


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Thanks Arnish! I think it's more amusement value and, "where's the magnifying glass." It's going to be a bit chilli still after all.
Sunny from Arran

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spiagge naturiste no , perchè l'anno in cui ci siamo stati eravamo assieme a amici alquanto "puritani" , però forse riesco a trovare la mail di una coppia naturista scozzese che aveva fatto un piccolo sito "naked munro's" , ora purtroppo chiuso, con notizie e foto eccezzionali delle colline e dei torrenti scozzesi .-

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qui c'e' una lista di localita':

http://www.nakedscotland.org.uk/beaches.html

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Nudist beach future put to test

A consultation to decide the future of a Suffolk naturist beach under threat of closure has begun.
The sands at Corton in Lowestoft have eroded since the beach was established by Waveney District Council in the mid-1970s and are now a narrow strip.
Non-naturists and naturists no longer have space to sunbathe separately.
Opinions are now being gathered on plans which could see the beach reclassified to give everyone access to the area.
British Naturism has said it will contest any attempt to change the designation of the beach.
Waveney said erosion along the east coast had reduced the size of the beach in a holiday area so it was important to allow visitors access.

Consultation forms about the scheme will be available at council offices throughout the district.
Local businesses, community groups and British Naturism have all been contacted directly.
Ken Sale, cabinet member for the environment, said: "Our proposals for the beach have generated a lot of coverage.
Now is the opportunity for those with an opinion to formally express their views.
"We want as many people as possible to take part in the consultation and help us reach the right decision for Corton beach, its users and our communities."

The three-month consultation closes on 3 April.

:arrow: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/engl ... 826723.stm


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NAKED swimmers worried about the threatened future of a naturist beach at Corton have won the use of a new all weather venue.

The Mildenhall Naturist Swimming Club used the newly opened swimming pool in Newmarket for the first time on Saturday and the group is hoping its latest venue will attract new members.

The latest development in the naturist world in Suffolk comes as a public consultation is going on into the future of a popular naturist beach at Corton. The designated nudist beach could be axed by Waveney District Council.

It was founded by the council in the 1970s but now officers say erosion means 80pc of usable sand space in the area has disappeared at Tibbenhams Score to the north of the site over the past two decades and the beach at Corton should revert to general use.

But Malcolm Boura, 56, one of the Mildenhall club's founders and a naturist for more than 30 years, is fighting to keep a nudist beach in Suffolk.

He welcomed the use of the new pool at Newmarket saying it was an important alternative but he said it was different to outdoor naturism and was determined the beach at Corton should not be shut to naturists.

Mr Boura, who lives in Barton Mills, said: “It's only a minority of people who misunderstand what naturism is about. Evidence from polls show that clearly the public in general understand.

“We had one or two hiccups when we started in Mildenhall pool. But Forest Heath District Council, which ran the pool at the time, was very helpful and very supportive and we had remarkably little difficulty.”

He said the club had used the old High Street pool in Newmarket for a short time. But reliability problems with the pool's boiler had led to the club calling a halt on the sessions.

Mr Boura said there was a good turn-out for the first two-hour session at the new Newmarket venue where the pool area cannot be seen from outside the building, and he expected both the Newmarket sessions and the swims at Mildenhall to continue to increase in popularity over the next few months. Club members range in age from babies to people in their 90s.

Tony Bass, chief executive of Anglia Community Leisure which runs the pools in Newmarket and Mildenhall, said: “Mildenhall Naturist Swimming Club is an established and well-managed group and its members have enjoyed swimming at Mildenhall and Newmarket pools for many years.”

Anyone wanting to join the club should call 07946 886843.

There are more than a million people in the UK who describe themselves as naturists

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The oldest official nudist beach in Britain is to close after it was stripped of its sand by coastal erosion.

The 200-yard stretch of shoreline at Corton, Suffolk, is having its naturist status dropped because there is less space for covered bathers.

But Waveney Council's decision sparked naked fury from British Naturism, which represents 1.5 million nudists.

Malcolm Boura said the decision was "a blow" and "cause for concern".

The council said erosion made the beach, nudist since 1979, 80 per cent smaller.

:arrow: http://blogs.chesterchronicle.co.uk/and ... udist.html


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scendo un po di latitudine e vi indico una spiaggia in cui sono stato; a Brighton http://maps.google.it/maps?q=brighton&o ... e&resnum=1
Se cliccate su "satellite" ingrandendo, e cercate "marina way" poco prima è visibile il cumulo di sassi.
Andando verso est, dopo la periferia della cittadina, si arriva ad un cumulo di pietre lungo la spiaggia e un megacartello verde che recita "reale spiaggia nudista" (più o meno), lunga un 100/200 metri circa. "spaggia" di sassi piatti, scolpita a terrazzamenti (sembra di essere in montagna inliguria). Dietro il cumulo di sassi, probabilmente eretto per nascondere la vista dalla strada che scorre a pochi metri, si pratica nudismo, con tutta la visuale aperta con la restante area tessile. Quando ci sono stato io, c'era una discreta presenza di gente di tutte le età. Posso dire che ho trovato gli inglesi molto tolleranti in spiaggia, se la vivono tranquillamente senza sguardi o cose strane (perlomeno quando ci son stato). Nella restante spiaggia, lunga km, topless e perizoma a gogò, sia m che f, cosi come una forte presenza di burka (se non integrazione questa :friends: ). In vero devo dire che anche in città si vedeva gente seminuda con tranquillità, e sia la gente che i Bobbyes stavano senza reazioni particolari.

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Bè Max, Brighton è in effetti una delle città più "liberal" da quel punto di vista...non mi stupisco
pur essendo 'periferia' è comunqe sempre stata piena di fermento, innovazione, musica...insomma non male :yahoo:

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