Known as A-Bay to those who surf and sun themselves in the area, the beach has been a nudist haven for more than 40 years. Tucked away in the middle of the national park's coastal walk, and quite a hike from the suburban hubbub both north and south of it, A-Bay was perfect. So how did a man, who obviously thought he was doing nothing wrong, end up getting charged and convicted with wilful exposure? And, apparently, some naturists are indulging their passion for the pastime in walks away from the beach. But it will have to become a designated beach - well signposted to warn those who do not wish to witness such pursuits. In the end, it does not come down to social expectations, the law or any individual's rights.
WE SAY: Butt out and let the nudists be free
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Easily found just on the road near Evita Resort. This surprisingly ended up being our daily 'go-to' beach for our whole Rhodes experience. Secluded and tucked away, yet VERY east to find with good clear signage. Water is crystal clear, calm, and a beautiful view of the surrounding cliff faces.
Went back daily - Mandomata Nudist Beach
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By Sam Baker For Mailonline. Female nudists are appealing for action to be taken to protect people on a naturist beach in Brighton from inappropriate behaviour by men. Women who use Brighton nudist beach, in Kemp Town, say the area is male-dominated and should be a safe and inclusive space following reports of voyeurism and inappropriate behaviour. They claim that a lack of safeguarding measures means some people are able to 'get away with unwanted behaviours' which puts others off from using the beach. Bella Kirkus, 51, from East Brighton, said she has witnessed incidents of women being photographed without their consent and men 'covertly pleasuring themselves'.