Scabbacombe Sands in Devon is a small, secluded beach often used by naturists. There are no amenities at Scabbacombe Sands so you will need to bring everything with you.
Map location here on Google Maps
And information on parking from the National Trust
Scabbacombe Beach is a relatively small beach and the most our report stated was around 25 people at one time – usually it’s relatively empty so good for nice, quiet nude sunbathing or a dip in the sea. The beach is a mix of sand and large pebbles but that shouldn’t put you off what is essentially a fantastic nudist beach.
The is a small car park which leads to a steep walk down a track and over a field which you can do pretty much nude; would be up to you if you wanted to cover up if passing other people though.
Bring your own refreshments as there aren’t any on the beach and keep an eye on tide times etc. as there are no lifeguards on duty.