Many Brits will be soaking up the Bank Holiday sun on nude beaches
A website has posted the most comprehensive ever guide to which shores are best for letting it all hang out and dodging hated tan lines.
Walking Club has compiled a list of the 500 most popular, and secluded, beaches where bathers can soak up the sun all over, including the aptly named Studland Beach.
The Dorset coastal area is in the middle mile of a three-mile long sandy beach, according to the website, that is backed by sheltering sand dunes and heather.
Most of the content on the site was generated by users, and Studland has been named the sixth best beach in the country.
Alan Robinson wrote: "I love Studland myself. It is peaceful on quieter days and I love to sit, read and soak up the rays."
Many of the sites have hilarious names, like Slapton Sands and Wild Pear Beach – both in Devon.
Voyeurs hoping to have a peek at sun worshippers on Wild Pear Beach will need a "good pair of binoculars", according to the naturist website.
They said: "The beach is very popular with naturists, however there are no signs to indicate that the presence of naturists, so you do occasionally find people arriving on the beach unaware – they usually either take their clothes off or leave promptly.
"The beach is overlooked from the coastal path above, but at a great distance – anyone wishing to spy on the beachgoers will need very high-powered binoculars to see anything."
Studland Beach (nearby) is an area where bathers can enjoy the sun in the nude
Britain is set to bake for the next eight weeks, according to some weather experts, so even the hardy northern shores may see some naturists.
Ross Back Sands in Northumberland is one of the most northerly nudist-friendly beaches on the north-east coast.
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There are many famous beaches included in the list of the best, including Camber Sands and Birling Gap in East Sussex, and Sandwich Bay and Botany Bay in Kent.
Botany Bay is popular with families as well, which is why the naturists are advised to keep to the sand dunes at Foreness Point.
There are at least 500 secluded beaches where naked bathers can soak up the sun
Reviewer Brian Kelly wrote: "I have been a regular sun-worshipper at Foreness Point for the past eight years.
"It is the most beautiful seaside bay I have ever sunbathed on, with maybe one exception.
"The beach seems to have lost its popularity over the past few years for the nude bathers at least, I think mainly because the local council seem to be anti nude bathing, but are reluctant to ban it outright.
"I have been approached twice in all this time by police who have been called out by a disgruntled member of the public after seeing a naked person on the beach, as most of us naked bathers recline in the dunes, and only go into the sea when the beach is clear of the people wandering along the waters edge."
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Blackgang Beach on the Isle of Wight is also popular with bathers, willing to bare all on the pebbled shore.
One review said: "Had a great two days there. Felt a little self-conscious, being a lone male and my first time, but soon got into the swing of it as I went for a walk along the beach."
For adventurous naturists willing to travel further afield, Inch Beach on the Dingle Peninsular on the Atlantic coast of Ireland is also mentioned as a fantastic place to strip off.
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