From Greece to Miami, these nine beaches either permit nudity or don't enforce their bans, so you can enjoy the sand and surf in the buff. Part of Makena State Park on the island's southeast coast, it overlooks a national marine sanctuary renowned for its sea turtles, dolphins, whales and tropical fish. One half's strictly topless-optional, while the other welcomes fully nude revelers -- it should be immediately clear which one's the fun half.
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Sometimes called the "Naked City," Cap d'Agde Naturist Village is the world's largest clothing-optional beach resort, attracting as many as 40, guests on any given day during high season. Because of the location, it draws California beach-types rather than hippies, and feels more like Endless Summer than a beachside Woodstock. There's a restaurant and bar on-site, as well as a medium-sized pool surrounded by lounge chairs.