Nudist Beaches - Europe
European Nudists Have A Savoir Faire
CAPABLE OF BEING NUDIST AND STYLISH
Brigitte Bardot (and Swiss pal Ursula Andres) started the less is more among European sun worshipers back in the Sixties. It wasn't long before most beaches on the continent allowed topless sunbathing (some say it's on the wane, others not) and all-nude or nudist beaches were not far behind. What's peculiar about European women and teens is that they do "it" with such style. And how do you style yourself using the less-is-more mantra? A simple headscarf or hip bracelet will do the trick, but above and beyond mere accessories is an attitude or comportment that I can only describe as "elegant." A French woman could pull off elegant at a dinner party wearing nothing more than earrings. If you doubt me, spend a day at Plage de Tahiti near St. Tropez. In contrast, the American girls present there are easy to spot, though not in a bad way.
Nudist Beaches For Every Taste
Further along the Med to the west and a ferry jump away is Playa d'en Bossa. Ibiza has a reputation, and this is one "playa" where it all plays out. Beach bars cater to the morning after crowd (partying till dawn is a big thing there, but you can skip it and just enjoy the aftermath).
Bohemian Nudists, Hangovers...
Now, young women lying around naked nursing their hangovers might not sound appealing to you, but it does make them limber, and in interesting ways. While the elegance factor is a notch down from French beaches, the haut bohemian airs make up for it. Both locations are just an overnight jet-hop from New York, and worth the investment if your bucket list includes witnessing the world's most appealing nudists. European Nudist Beaches