Yes. Brighton has an official nudist beach. In fact, it is one of the most accessible and popular nudist beaches the UK – particularly with the gay community. Be aware that the beach is of shingle and pebbles, so take flip-flops to wear to the water’s edge.
During the summer months, it is possible to take the Volks Electric Railway from Brighton Pier to Black Rock station, from which it is just a 5-minute walk (back towards Brighton) to the nudist beach.
venue: beach | features: beach | customers: mixed
Brighton " "Want your money but don't want you" beach
“I have going down to Brighton nudist beach for the last twenty years. There are no toilets (unless you want to get dressed and use the one in the Volks railway ), there are no facilities for food or any kind of refreshment (unless you want to get dressed again and walk to Asda ), there are no sun loungers, beach shades or any kind of service whatsoever.
So why keep going down there? Simples, its nearest to where I live (SW19). So off I go with my towels, sunbed mattress, food and drink. I pay £6 pounds to park all day and then come home again. I think Brighton Council are extracting the urine along with the parking fee.“
Mike on 21-07-2017 | Problem with this review?
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