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A couple horsing around on a beach in Olhao, Portugal.Uninhabited Ilha Deserta features just one restaurant and a whole lot of peace and quiet. Take a 30-minute water taxi ride and then it’s time to do nothing but relax in your birthday suit. It’s easy to find an area all to yourself on the clean beach, and the water is clear and warm. Literally meaning “Desert Island, ” Ilha Deserta is the place to act out all those Lost fantasies with just the parts about being alone in a really beautiful place.

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This gem requires a walk through a dark abandoned railway tunnel where visitors can literally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Once back in sunlight, this little beach is a great escape from the tourists, and the unusual way of arrival and backdrop of cliffs add to the hideaway vibe. There’s room to spread out on the pebbly beach, and the crystalline waters require a dip.

Nudists can romp over the four-kilometer beach of Plage Linguizzetta, the longest nude beach in Corsica. Outside the high season, the beach is a pocket of tranquillity, aided by clear waters and fine sand. The heart of the beach is the Bella Riva naturist resort that’s right on the beach and fully kitted out with amenities, including a few friendly llamas.

Agesta is Stockholm’s official nude beach, where families, friends and couples can hang out and enjoy the many amenities including restrooms play areas, picnic tables and barbeque areas. The government-owned and operated beach lies at the southern end of Lake Magelungen, and is easily accessible by bus, making it a quick escape from the city.

A young woman swimming in the sea topless. A young blonde woman suntanning topless on the sand.

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