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A topless beach is a public beach where upper body clothing is optional for men and women. Most beaches in Italy are topless beaches. A general rule of thumb is to look around and see what others are doing. If there are hundreds of people on the beach — dressed in their beach best, then you should stay dressed in your beach suit.

And I did — for a short time. In the last four years, I have seen more women covering up. It was a dry-hot August afternoon and our favourite patch of sand was full of tourists.

We found our usual spot across from a rock and front door to the sea and made ourselves a little beach home. Thirty minutes later, three couples arrived and set up beach camp, five-feet in front of us.

This rattled my cage as there was plenty of space within a foot radius of us — why do they always sit so close? The three girls squealed and ran into the inviting blue water as their male counterparts set up beach-camp, and readied themselves to photograph the scenery. My husband went walk-a-bout in the Sardinian bush while I tanned topless in the August heat-wave. I was lizard-like in my stance as I relaxed and listened to the three guys ramble on about how awesome everything is in Sardinia.

The boys then returned to their beach-camp to bake their white skin and snap more photos. With their backs to me and the sun in our faces, I noticed one guy with the camera behind his back. Then I realized he was taking a photo of me! We were only five-feet apart; it was obvious — too obvious. I quickly raised my middle finger, and with a slight eff of expression on my face, he snapped his photo. Since then I have only gone topless in the company of my husband or in the off-season, as summer is busy with curious tourists who snap unwilling photos of nature at its best.

A nude beach is a beach where people are legally at liberty to be nude. The thought of an Italian jail cell frightens me, heck, the thought of any jail cell, in any part of the world freaks me out! In the Italian Supreme Court passed a law stating that certain beaches could be designated as a nude beach. These beaches would, in fact, have to post signs for the weary traveller — stating the beach as a nudist beach.

There were other nudists on the same beach as this man but they ran away to hide the moment the police arrived. He was the only one who had the balls to sit on his patch of sand and make the police come to him! In Tortoli, Sardinia this year — 2 British tourists were subject to a stern warning from police for being naked on the beach. This is the naked truth on nude beaches in Sardinia, Italy. What is your take on going topless on the beach? Have you ever worn your birthday suit on the beach?

Let the author know you are none too pleased with their violation of privacy! The Italians have turned people-watching into an artform.

See and be seen. They ogle with panache. Thank you for your thought-provoking comment, I am aware that it is perfectly legal to take pictures of people on the beach.

Italian men have much more respect for women than that. Italian men love breasts just like American men, maybe even more so. Breasts are commercialized and used in advertising here, on TV shows and commercials.

I never implied Italian men they have their mouths open and tongues out like cartoon characters, just that they are always checking out women and their tits on the beach. Italian men are suave but unapologetic in their admiration. They enjoy being men, women enjoy being admired for their beauty. People watching is big in Italy. The young man should have been more tactful snapping a photo of you.

Men here can be very flirtatious and persistent sometimes very pushy. I like your blog but I am in agreement with John smith. He has lived here for 6 years. Italian guys are always looking at girls, it is in the nature of a man and acceptable. They do not need to take pictures really because they can just see nice tette at the beach and enjoy the view. If some guy took fotos of me I would not pull the rope and go overboard in anger just laugh it off. Wishing you both a great weekend.

I am going to Sardinia this summer and I had not realised before I booked my trip that this might not be a topless friendly trip.

Unless you find yourself in a crowded, family orientated beach, going naked is not considered offensive and people will not really even look at you. More often than not, if you get naked, other people who arrive start by going topless and others will join you in you nudist approach to tanning.

And, who knows, if some Botticelli happens to be around, you might be the next Venus born out of the sea…. I have a very different question for you.

We are from the US and are not comfortable with nude OR topless beaches. Are there any beaches there that require clothing? Any beaches we should avoid? Just directing us and respecting our feeling to avoid this would be appreciated.

Any beach that is a nude beach will be posted as such. Most nude beaches in Sardinia are hidden away, little coves or islets. However, if you are not comfortable with topless, then maybe Italy should not be your destination. I wish you a happy vacation. Honestly topless in Italy is not how it used to be because not many ladies do it anymore. France is even less! Do not worry Topless is mostly in quiet beaches away from town centres.

Nude beaches have signs and nudists are strange to us and keep among themselves. Most Italians do not go nude because that is not our way. Do not let anyone say to you Italy is not for you! I am in agreement with you that Italy is not how it used to be regarding going topless on the beach. When I first arrived here 10 years ago there were more women going topless. The issue is respect. If the guy had snapped my photo, was 20 feet away from me, I probably would have never noticed nor cared.

The fact that he was less than five feet from me, put his camera behind his back, while he was looking at the ocean, then snapped my photo is sneaky, rude and disrespectful. I have too much respect for their private space. Now to your strange question about nude beaches in Sardinia: It does not need to be a well known spot like Cala Luna or the 2 km long sand beach and the pines near Orosei. It can be anywhere in between.

Provided you accept to walk more than minutes ten to twenty! There are bugs, however. Be nude and stay alone!

At first, you will enjoy the great landscape and find a peaceful spot. Soon, however, motor boats will land and bring dozens of silly tourists no even capable to walk on sand … and your peace is gone.

Then, instead of walking-up to the plateau takes 1hH walk down on the other side towards Arbatax to another small beach where you can enjoy another hour of sun, alone.

A few boats on anchor will not bother you. So be careful, too remote but famous beaches are easily reached by boat!!! Incidentally, why are you looking for explicit and official nude beaches? Not exactly my taste. So interesting — I am Australian who lives by the beach — I swim most of the year. I have swum naked, but only by moonlight. By day — I cover up — this summer i bought a swimsuit that covers my arms down to my wrists and has little shorts — the sun kills!

Anyway this summer you will probably see me — I won;t be the lady giving the finger — I will be the lady with the puritan looking swimsuit who keeps the before 10am and after 3pm beach time hours!

If I take a photo of the beach and 20 people are in that photo should I be expected to approach all 20 people and ask permission? In terms of being topless on a beach, it is a public place and as such one cannot expect privacy and one cannot prevent photographs being taken as you have chosen to expose yourself in a public place.

Certainly upon visiting Sardinia this summer if I happen to spot a great view whilst on a beach and there happens to be someone topless in that view I will not hesitate to take the photo. I will admit I have seen men taking photos solely of topless women e. A truly valid point, and in this case, one can certainly request the deletion of the pervy photo, as it was so evidently taken in a pervy manner.

I have no issues with nudity on nude beaches. Reblogged this on My Sardinian Life. I was on a clothes optional beach in Majorca this year.

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However, if you are not comfortable with topless, then maybe Italy should not be your destination. I wish you a happy vacation. Honestly topless in Italy is not how it used to be because not many ladies do it anymore. France is even less! Do not worry Topless is mostly in quiet beaches away from town centres. Nude beaches have signs and nudists are strange to us and keep among themselves. Most Italians do not go nude because that is not our way. Do not let anyone say to you Italy is not for you!

I am in agreement with you that Italy is not how it used to be regarding going topless on the beach. When I first arrived here 10 years ago there were more women going topless. The issue is respect.

If the guy had snapped my photo, was 20 feet away from me, I probably would have never noticed nor cared.

The fact that he was less than five feet from me, put his camera behind his back, while he was looking at the ocean, then snapped my photo is sneaky, rude and disrespectful.

I have too much respect for their private space. Now to your strange question about nude beaches in Sardinia: It does not need to be a well known spot like Cala Luna or the 2 km long sand beach and the pines near Orosei. It can be anywhere in between. Provided you accept to walk more than minutes ten to twenty! There are bugs, however. Be nude and stay alone! At first, you will enjoy the great landscape and find a peaceful spot.

Soon, however, motor boats will land and bring dozens of silly tourists no even capable to walk on sand … and your peace is gone. Then, instead of walking-up to the plateau takes 1hH walk down on the other side towards Arbatax to another small beach where you can enjoy another hour of sun, alone. A few boats on anchor will not bother you. So be careful, too remote but famous beaches are easily reached by boat!!! Incidentally, why are you looking for explicit and official nude beaches?

Not exactly my taste. So interesting — I am Australian who lives by the beach — I swim most of the year. I have swum naked, but only by moonlight. By day — I cover up — this summer i bought a swimsuit that covers my arms down to my wrists and has little shorts — the sun kills! Anyway this summer you will probably see me — I won;t be the lady giving the finger — I will be the lady with the puritan looking swimsuit who keeps the before 10am and after 3pm beach time hours!

If I take a photo of the beach and 20 people are in that photo should I be expected to approach all 20 people and ask permission? In terms of being topless on a beach, it is a public place and as such one cannot expect privacy and one cannot prevent photographs being taken as you have chosen to expose yourself in a public place. Certainly upon visiting Sardinia this summer if I happen to spot a great view whilst on a beach and there happens to be someone topless in that view I will not hesitate to take the photo.

I will admit I have seen men taking photos solely of topless women e. A truly valid point, and in this case, one can certainly request the deletion of the pervy photo, as it was so evidently taken in a pervy manner.

I have no issues with nudity on nude beaches. Reblogged this on My Sardinian Life. I was on a clothes optional beach in Majorca this year. I would say it was probably between those who were fully naked and those who covered up. The beach was secluded and fairly sparsely populated with everyone having their own space and no-one trying to get too close for comfort. Whether clothed or unclothed, people were respectful of each other. There was no ogling and certainly no one taking photographs of strangers.

People were friendly and polite when walking along the beach or meeting at the sea front. It was a very relaxing environment with beautiful scenery allowing you to have one of those rare opportunities where you could fully unwind.

You describe bathing nude as awesome — it can be in the right circumstances but where you have predators and perverts such as you describe then it is just not worth it. Was just talking about this the other day…I recently noticed the same thing! Now, fast forward 8 years, it would be unheard of for me! Having said that I also think a huge reason is because it is so easy to photograph people these days!! Who wants their half-naked on the Internet???!!

Ill only go topless if there is no one around — just me and the hub. Thanks for enlightening me. Was this beach public or private? That guy should not have taken your picture. I was afraid someone would take pictures of me and I would just feel too violated. Hi Jennifer, Thanks for your blog. My family and i visit the island every year, we have since — we have a little house on the west coast that we have spent our all our hard earnings, blood, toil, tears and sweat renovating from a broken shell of a non-dwelling.

I suppose I would like to say that, in our experience, we have found all visiting tourists from every nationality on the whole to be very pleasant and respectful of their fellow travellers and hosts. The calm and tranquillity of the island and its indigenous population tend to have a lethargic, soothing and so positive effect on the thousands that descend on the island every year and I must say that we have rarely encountered such anti-social behaviour — the sort of which you would instead expect to occur on the party islands.

So was the non reaction on the beach in Tanca Manna where a gorgeous girl laid nude with beach goers coming and going and not giving her the time of day….

I love the beaches in Sardinia!!!!! The best response to these camera thugs? Trust me, they will stop. Just pointing a camera toward them will do the trick. They will finally understand. Jennifer, I know it has been a while since you started this thread, but I have to comment.

I live in New South Wales, Australia and child protection laws and social attitudes have created a situation where it is now illegal or highly unethical to photograph minors at school events, sporting events or just about anywhere and under any circumstances, even your own children because of the possibility of capturing others without parental consent.

Likewise, I have no photos of my girls playing netball and no photos of them at all in natural, unplanned and non-posed situations. The reasons I mention this is because firstly, we may not and should not always have the right to photograph someone in public, particularly without their consent and secondly, because I feel that society has become excessively uneasy with the internet, the lack of privacy afforded to us by social media and the subsequent exploitation of that media.

Also, I lived in Italy for about 12 years, so I know what attitudes can be like. Whilst I was there I met a lovely married Sicilian woman that confessed to going topless in complete anonymity in Spain, when on vacation with her husband, but not back home where presumably the two of them would have to face their family and friends.

And idiots taking photos certainly spoils the plot! Thank you kindly for your great comment! There are too many predators out there today. I can only imagine how you felt when that inconsiderate jerk tried to snap your picture.

A total invasion of your space. I never realized you were a Canadian! Now as a fellow Canadian I have to admit we tend to be a bit timid when it comes to exposing our goods to the world. My first experience with the topless beach was when we visited Spain and Greece and the camera lens cap was tightly affixed to the lens.

I have to admit that was a different experience and very interesting to say the least. If you are in public, then you have no expectation of privacy.

And generally speaking, when you are in public, you can be photographed, dressed or undressed. Very few conditions under which that is not so. In fact, if you are in public, you probably are being photographed all the time, by security cameras if nothing else. If you can be seen, you can be photographed. Of course, there are ways of being rude in public. All sorts of things. And there are ways of photographing people that are rude. Just the fact of your undress is not enough on its own to make photographing you rude.

And you chose to do it in public. In your house or in your back yard, sure. A heterosexual male who finds females attractive is perverted? Someone should tell my dad. Guys like lookiing at girls.

You may have noticed this yourselves. Thank you for the definition between public and private spaces without your explanation I would have been lost forever. The perv chose to take a photo and I chose to air my dirty laundry.

You see — life is a matter of choice, for everyone. Jennifer, the notion of privacy being invaded had come up several times in this exchange. If you are in public, you can be seen. Is everyone who looks at you a perv?

Or just the ones with cameras? If you are topless in public and even remotely attractive, then people will look at you. I was glad to see that you, too, acknowledge the right of the so-called perv to take pictures of topless women. That right was being contested on this exchange as well. Good to have cleared that one up. Assaulting photographers and throwing cameras into the water are both unmistakably illegal acts.

Taking pictures is not. Besides, does anyone know how hard it is to tell what a photographer is photographing? Especially if the zoom is being used.

You know this, right? The only way to make sure is to look at the image they just captured. Even the police are forbidden to do that. Did you not tell me not to whinge about it in your first comment? Sorry you got so lost.

There are a litany of nude beaches here in the bay area and while I have not gone in the buff this time around I certainly have in the past. No problem and no secret: People do go nude here, heck — to be honest so have I. Not a tourist in sight and I know the consequences if we got caught.

No real comment on the whole issue of privacy, but this blog just got me thinking… I wonder when humans started to feel self-consious about thier naughty-bits.

At some point in our history we evolved from a pre-historic, more primitive species assuming you believe in evolution , and I find it hard to believe we have always covered ourselves. The only shame is that some DO feel shame. Wear clothes to cover stuff….

Great article and I agree with you Jennifer whole-heartedly. People go to nude beaches so that they can relax in the nude without fear of being mocked or so they think apparently. It is an invasion of privacy to just snap someone else naked, come on!

Being respectful of a persons personal space should be common sense and I think the cops in Italy would side with you Jennifer. We should start a martial arts class for women! And yes, it should be reported. What if some strange guy was taking photos of young girls in their bathing suits on the beach?

Is this acceptable behaviour? No right under law, that is. But as decent human beings and members of society we do have an obligation to treat each other with courtesy and respect if we wish others to do the same for us.

Are you inviting this type if discourteous treatment when you disrobe at a beach where it is to be expected? Does the mere fact of your presence there indicate a willingness to be abused? Does the fact of a woman walking down a street invite rape? You deserve to be disturbed! You asked for it! We see this attitude throughout society today as the perpetually offended take out their personal angst against anyone they can, especially those out to enjoy themselves.

There are those who equate nudity with sex and see bare skin as an invitation to engage in sexual acts in public. These people are not part of the social nudist community but inevitably are referred to as such by the media, causing no end of problems for naturists everywhere.

This is my issue — it was sneaky, I caught him in the act. I certainly did not ask for this type of behaviour — I was on a designated topless beach — not on a beach where clothing it a must.

We reluctantly agreed, technically. Stand out and expect to be noticed. Your being offended is not the problem of he who is offending you if he breaks no laws. Our question would be, what does this type of creep think of himself when his biggest kick is hassling strangers just trying to relax? Think of the ugly minds these poor men have to live with, day in and day out for the rest of their lives! Rudeness and harassment are no strangers to social nudism, and learning how to deal with them is just part of the price.

Oh, and that advice about keeping your response to rudeness within the law? First and foremost this beach that I am referring to is NOT a nude beach.

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