Top Nude Beaches in Europe

beachEuropeans are the best people to do some pretty exciting things like say, go to nude beaches.

Forbes has compiled 10 of the best Topless Beaches. Not surprisingly three of them are found in Europe.

Plage de Tahiti – Tahiti Beach in Saint Tropez, France

If the fact that it’s in the French Riviera is not enough, the beautiful bodies of jetsetters will surely make you want to go.

Saint Tropez is famous for its beaches. There are plenty of options for families to go to during vacations. The Côte d’Azur town is usually packed in summer so make sure you have hotel reservations and to come on weekdays.

Plage de Tahiti is famous for its clothing-optional policy and risqué ambiance. Go on a summer to spot celebrity beach-goers. One of the famous celebrities to make St. Tropez famous is Brigitte Bardot who popularized the teeny-weeny bikini in the 50s.

Paradise Beach – Mykonos Greece

Mykonos is probably the most popular vacation island in Greece. It is fairly packed in the summer, and quite costly. To get to Mykonos, take a ferry ride from Athens Pireaus.

In Paradise Beach, it’s a positive that it’s "50% topless and 30% nude. All ages…teen to 70," so says one beach enthusiast. Paradise Beach is not for relaxing – it’s for partying…hard. There are two bars on the beach, the Sunrise Bar and the Tropicana. In the summer, they hold a full moon party at Paradise Beach so make sure to check your calendar before you go.

Playa d’en Bossa – Ibiza, Spain

In Spain, The Spanish Naturist Federation put out a document saying the nudism is part of your rights.

By all means, go nude.

Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Isalands. The Trans Mediterranean has regular ferry services between Ibiza and Barcelona, Palma de Majorca and Valencia.

Playa d’en Bossa is the longest beach on Ibiza. It is known for hedonism and, of course, beaches. Three kilometers outside the capital, Playa d’en Bossa’s popularity has caused it a bit of problems. Still, there are plenty of bars dotting the beach which partygoers love. There are also plenty of cafes for families heading over to Bora Bora beach.

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