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Hampshire – Eastney Beach

A beach that has been used by naturists and general public alike for well over 60 years.

Beaches in Hampshire

A list of Official & Unoffical Naturist beaches in Hampshire

Sussex – Portslade – Shoreham

Shingle beach adjacent to Shoreham Harbour. Some sand at low tide. Limited free parking nearby on harbour coast road.

Beaches in Kent

Some of the Kent beaches traditionally used by naturists.

Beaches in Sussex

The following are some of the Sussex beaches that have traditionally been used by naturists, including Portslade, Brighton (Black Rock), Birling Gap (near Eastbourne), Fairlight Glen (near Hastings)

Beaches in Dorset

Two of the many Dorset beaches suitable for naturists – Studland Bay and Hengistbury Head

Beaches on the Isle of Wight

On the Isle of Wight there are NO Official Beaches.  The beaches listed below have traditionally been used by naturists. These beaches may be useable with discretion. Sorry our present listing is rather sketchy.
Near Totland / Freshwater
Wooton Creek (Fishbourne)
Yaverland – near Sandown – SZ620852
Windy Corner – near Niton ?
Near Culver Cliff – between [...]

Kent – The Warren / Abbot’s Cliff

The Warren is between Folkestone and Dover. Naturists usually use the shingle beach at the eastern end of the seawall under the Abbots Cliff and swimming is possible at most stages of the tide. At low tide a sandy beach appears at the end of the sea wall which is good for swimming. Backed by cliffs. Accessible from East Cliff Folkestone, Samphire Hoe near Dover, or Capel-le-Ferne (steep climb).

Sussex – Winchelsea Beach / Rye Harbour

A wide expanse of shingle beach with groynes, backed by low lying shingle banks and marshland. Sand (or mud?) at low tide. Very exposed to the elements from all directions. Nearest parking and refreshments one mile away at Winchelsea Beach or Rye Harbour.

Sussex – Fairlight Glen

Popular naturist beach nestled under the cliffs beneath Hastings Country Park between Hastings and Fairlight

Sussex – Birling Gap

Well used beach at the foot of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs.