Naturist holidays, clubs and swims in South East England

Stephen Gough Interview
This short extract is from a 50 minute "Fly on the Wall" unseen footage documentary shot in Peebles, Scotland. Stephen Gough, otherwise known as the Naked Rambler, was released from HMP Saughton Prison in Edinburgh on Friday October 5th 2012 after an unexpected late transfer from HMP Kilmarnock Prison in Ayrshire. In just 5 days, on Tuesday October 9th 2012, accompanied by a film crew, newspaper r read more
Educating Julie
Originally released in 1984. A timid college student, Julie, is assigned to write a research paper on "Nudity in the 1980's" She and her boyfriend, Steve, visit several nudist clubs in England, the south of France and in Florida to learn about why people like nudism. read more
Naked Rambler Documentary
A documentary commissioned by the BBC about Steve Gough's and Melony Robert's naked walk from Lands End to John O'Groats. As you would expect from the BBC it is a bit smirky and dismissive. . read more
European Naturist Directory 2013
The new European Naturist Directory 2013 has now been released The European Naturist Directory 2013 is a guide to the naturist campsites, holiday centres, apartments, clubs, B&Bs, hotels, beaches and other clothing optional venues across Europe. read more
Brighton Naturist Beach 

Official naturist beach
Eastney Beach 

Official naturist beach.
Blackgang Beach 
Near Niton, Isle of Wight
When you get to the car park (which is sometimes very busy) at the end of Old Blackgang Road, head for the beach through the gate at the far end.

A long established beach, and sometimes known as Shoreham Beach. Shingle bank with sand at low tide.
Fairlight Cove 

Fairlight Cove is a former official beach but is less well attended now due to serious erosion problem, and unstable cliffs.

Local Attractions

Abingdon County Hall Museum "Of the free-standing town halls of England with open ground floors this is the grandest"
Brighton Naturist Beach The UK's most famous official naturist beach
Didcot Railway Centre See our unique collection of Great Western Railway steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small relics; and a recreation of Brunel's broad gauge railway. Join us in our rural setting based around the original 1930s engine shed.
Lewes Castle and adjacent Barbican House Museum The castle was begun soon after 1066 by William de Warenne as his stronghold in Sussex but not completed until 300 years later with the building of the magnificent Barbican.
Sheffield Park Garden This magnificent informal landscape garden was laid out in the 18th century by 'Capability' Brown.
The Museum of English Rural Life The Museum of English Rural Life houses the most comprehensive national collection of objects, books and archives relating to the history of food, farming and the countryside.