Some are tide pools are easily accessible, while others require a bit more planning and an adventuresome spirit.
In our opinion the most beautiful beach on the island. It was deserted for the most time. Only some people visited the beach but all of them were textiles.
Nevertheless nudity was not a problem, because the beach is long enough. Great beach but a bit of a trek back up if you are not fit. There is plenty of shade on the path though. We were the only naturist couple when we walked down. One couple saw us and decided to remove their costumes, only to dress again when another textile couple came down.
We had visited by boat a couple of days before and it was mostly naturist that day with only a few textiles. The "road" to the beach now has deep gaps across it half way down, caused by a stream so you wouldn't make it even in a 4x4.
We managed the walk in about 30 minutes back up and we are moderately fit oldies but it was only about 25 degrees. You need to wear decent trainers, not flip-flops. The beach had 4 naturists one day and nobody on our second visit. It is a beautiful place with good sand and lovely backdrop.
We visited Sissia Beach at the beginning of October. A paved road leads to the new Sissia Monastery where there is plenty of parking space. From there a dirt track and path lead down past the ruins of the old monastery through pine trees to the beach. The walk is just under 1 mile 1. The dirt track is in very poor condition and not passable by car.
Apart from being steep, the walk is easy but take plenty of water and perhaps think carefully before attempting in very hot weather. Sissia is a secluded, long, gritty sand and pebble beach … perfect for naturists.
When we visited there were four other couples on the beach and plenty of space … appeared predominantly naturist. The seabed shelves moderately steeply and the pebbles get larger further out.
Wet shoes are not essential but for comfort might be preferred … no noticeable currents … great for swimming! There are no facilities on the beach but a natural freshwater spring provides a perfect shower.Nov 20, - Rent from people in Rosemary Beach, FL from $20/night.
Find unique places to stay with local hosts in countries. Belong anywhere with Airbnb. Palomarin Beach is the southernmost beach along the Pacific side of Point Reyes National Seashore. At low tides, there are tide pools exposed, but at high tides this rocky beach [ ] See details.
Dillon Beach on Bodega Bay is privately-owned by the Dillon Beach Resort, but for a small fee anyone can enjoy this beautiful beach. Cabrillo Tide Pools Trail is an easy, mile hike in Cabrillo National Monument that will take about 1 hour to complete with Fido.
Although some people along the trail may tell you that your dog is not allowed, this trail is in fact the only area in Cabrillo National Monument where dogs are allowed.
The beaches of LaPush, best known as Hole-in-the-Wall, Second Beach and Third Beach all have amazing sea stacks and great tide pools to explore for hours on end. The beaches of LaPush are iconic not just for their tide pools, but also their rugged beauty, amazing sunsets and frequent whale sightings.
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