I heard the Shetlands are great at this time of year! My Account Connect Here. The country is known for its clothing-optional bathing areas, although almost all of them are not official nude beaches. No umbrellas but apparently lots of watersports. MOST people that one beach can be set aside then good luck to you - just so long as I know where not to go - or to go for a good laugh!
It took us 20 minutes to reach Micro Seitani beach, and another 30 minutes so total 50 mins to reach Megalo Seitani from the trailhead. Think of the other people the majority. We are accepting of all colours, all religions etc. The beach features spectacular views of the bridge, behinds and boards. A similar report came in during high season - of some people on the beach my reporter reckoned about 8 were nude, and there were about 20 topless women.
Typically people on beach generally nude. There you will find a small, seemingly deserted house and a wonderful bay. Some contributors recommend Kikis taverna at Ag Sostis - not to be missed. A more mature point of view is that it does not matter if someone is attractive or not, being nude is clearly a nice sensation for them regardless of how they may look to your eyes. The resorts in this part of Samos didn't seem to have anything official by way of naturist beaches, and the location of this one cove is difficult to explain and its approach rather hazardous. This brings some textiles there.
I think these beaches are out for naturism. In the high season another reporter found that the nudists had migrated west over the isthmus shown in the above aerial view to a minute beach, where textiles were rare. Do you feel you should be able to walk nude everywhere as it is the way we were born or should we cover up and keep certain things to ourselves - at home? Mike Corcoran Its all about conditioning and the places where we live. Actually: starting from the western end of the textile beach in Votsalakia there is a range of 5 smaller and bigger beaches called Fournaki. See Paradise Beach on Google Maps.