Brighton Naturist Beach
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Brighton made a little bit of seaside history on 1 April 1980 when it opened its naturist beach - the first public naturist beach in the UK.
Britain's most accessible naturist beach, Brighton Naturist Beach is within easy walking distance of central Brighton.
The naturist beach can be found at the eastern end of the main Brighton beach - approximately a 1 mile walk east of Brighton Pier towards Brighton Marina. Signs are provided to indicate where the naturist beach commences and large banks of pebbles have been created to provide further demarcation / screening.
During the summer, if you do not wish to walk to the beach, you can board the Volks Electric Railway close to Brighton Pier. As you head towards the end of the line, you will see the big banks of pebbles on your right hand side. Disembark at Black Rock station, and then the naturist beach is less than a 5 minute walk back towards Brighton Pier.
Did you know? The nudist beach is officially known as the Cliff Bathing Beach.
Map & Directions
Public Transport Directions
Brighton Naturist beach is accessible via buses 7 and 2, which link Brighton Station with the main coastal road above the promenade.Volk's Electric Railway also runs along the promenade during the summer from Brighton Pier to the Marina. Alight at the Black Rock (Marina) stop. This is the last stop going East. The naturist beach is less than a 5 minute walk back towards Brighton Pier. Signs are provided to indicate where the naturist beach starts and large banks of pebbles have been created to provide further screening.
|free (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|