Swanlake beach, near Tenby

Swanlake is a curious beach, largely because of the attitudes prevailing there. It is only accessed by a ten minute walk from East Moor Farm (where the owners have provided an "honesty box" for car parking charges).

At the end of the walk there is a little scramble over a bank, but the reward is lovely, largely because although it is predominantly a textile beach, despite its difficulty of approach, naturists are frequently to be found, along with more orthodox sun worshippers.

Naturists generally tend to stay put on their own little patches, but in full view of non-nudists, although some brave souls, both male and female, sometimes wander down to the water, completely naked.

That is the beauty of the place; naturists and textiles co-exist quite happily. On occasion I have seen naturists walk the whole length of the beach, while no eyebrows seem to be raised at all. Furthermore, if they smile they are often engaged in conversation.

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Jun 10, 2013
Naturist Heaven
by: Andy

My partner (Sarah) and I spent a wonderful weekend enjoying some fantastic sun and company recently at Swanlake Beach.

Another naturist couple similar in age to ourselves (early 30's) made us feel most welcome (and indeed most comfortable as Sarah is a relatively modest naturist).

We agreed to meet up again on the Sunday and with some encouragement from Rob and Julie she swam naked with us.

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