How to Find a Nude Beach in Greece

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In Greece, particularly in the Greek Islands, it is not uncommon to find nude beaches. If you are trying to find a nude beach in the Greek Islands, here are some starting points.

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Instructions

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    The island of Agistri is home to two nudist beaches: Halkiada and Skala.

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    If you are on the island of Andros, look into Aghia Anna Beach, which is a bit north of Batsi. You'll be able to get there on foot by following the road along the coast for about a 20-minute walk.

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    On the island of Corfu, you'll find Almiros Beach. You will also find Agios Georgios, which is not a nude beach, but there is a small, unnamed beach to the left of it where nudism is practiced. In addition, there are beaches at the Linia, Arillas and S. John Beach at Roda, among others.

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    On Crete and looking for a nude beach? You will be able to find them at Aghia Galini, Anidri, Damnini, Frangokastello, Glika Nera, Ligres, Loutro, Sises, Skafia and Vai.

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    The Island of Hios has nude beaches at Pirgi in the south and at Elinda-Lithio in the west.

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    On the island of Mykonos, you will find a number of nude beaches. These include Panoramous Beach, Agrari Beach, Elia Beach, Paraga Beach and Paradise Beach.

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    If you are looking for nude beaches on the island of Santorini, consider beaches at Oia and Vlychada.

Tips and warnings

  • Keep in mind that some areas will be more tolerant of nudism than others and respect the guidelines of each beach.
  • Check with someone where you are staying. Sometimes the status of the beaches change each year, from nude to clothed, and back again.
  • Going to a nude beach is not a license to engage in sexual activity.

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