Sun-blushed Skiathos can’t help but seduce beachgoers. Miles of soft sand this naked-friendly Banana Beach near Koukounaries on Greece’s southwest coast, where the bronzed rub shoulders with the beautiful.
Filaki nudist beach is made up of fine pebbles, and has sunbeds and umbrellas, and a canteen serving snacks. If you wish you can stay in Vritomartis a naturist resort. While nudism is the norm in the gardens and at the beach, clothing (even if it’s just a towel) is mandatory within the Vritomartis indoor spaces.
Take Tavirózsa u. to the lake. At the lake, turn left and follow the marina. The first bay is usually empty, you’ll find the mixed naturist part at the third bay (with a ladder to get into the lake).
Mirtiotissa (Myrtiotissa) is located between the villages of Pelekas and Vatos, in an isolated place on the western coast of the island, about 13km away from Kerkyra town. It borders with the beach of Glyfada but both are separated by high rocks. This beach is known as Corfu’s nudist paradise the only beach in the island of Corfu where nudism is officially tolerated. The southern part is mainly populated by nudists.
Paradise Beach with fine sand and gin-clear sea. The hot and heavy action turns up a notch come late afternoon when the tunes are cranked up and in-the-buff beachgoers slurp a cocktail.
Nestled at the bottom of breathtaking cliffs on Crete’s southern edge is Plakias, one of the island’s biggest beaches. Sunbaking and swimming in the nude isn’t the only activity on the agenda here, waterspouts such as scuba diving and windsurfing are also popular with its unabashed visitors.
Is another beautiful beach but if you decide to go to Sougia choose the eastern edge of the beach for skinny dipping.
In Northern Sporades, Velanió is officially part-naturist. To get there, drive 4km south from Skópelos Town to road’s end at cramped, inferior Stáfylos beach, then walk (easily) five minutes east beyond the headland.