It’s an old cliché that Americans are shy when it comes to nudity, whereas Europeans just strut about half-naked all the time, being all high-and-mighty. But there is a healthy Naturist community right here in the U.S. Depending on where you are, there actually aren’t many rules against taking off your clothes – did you know that women have had the right to go topless in NYC since 1992?
For the most part public beaches, parks, and other spaces around the world require you to wear some clothes, even in France which is often considered to be one of the more liberal countries. So if you’re a Naturist and want to vacation on your terms, or just want to escape from the norm, you’re going to have find places where nudism is acceptable.
Nude beaches are different in a lot of ways and vary in the level of quality they offer. One of the biggest disadvantages of going to a nude beach is that you need to be comfortable with being seen. If you’re uncomfortable being near other people nude or even seeing them, then a nude beach isn’t a good idea. We would recommend exploring the nude beaches that have scored the highest and are considered to be of international renown. These nude beaches come highly rated and offer customers a memorable experience.