Captain Barefoot's Naturist Guide to the Greek
islands, the Net's most comprehensive collection of
naturist beaches in Greece - the original and still the best!!
... Online since 1996 ....
"Thank you, Captain, this
is the best vacation we have ever had".
(Unsolicited remarks from one of my many
contributors after holidaying in Samos)
Imagine ... lying naked on a lovely sandy beach, the calm sea lapping at
your feet, the sun warming your body, while a gentle breeze softly caresses
your bare skin.
Then ... floating in the warm sea, feeling nothing but the clear water
around you ...
A delightful, natural feeling, enjoyed by increasing numbers of men,
women and families in many countries around the world.
With huge numbers of places to go nude, naked or clothes optional
(whatever you want to call it) Greece is second to none as a
destination where you can enjoy naturism.
The ancient Greeks more or less
invented nudism - they practised all their games naked, and carved some
wonderful nude statues. The modern Greeks, with their marvellous hospitality,
continue this tradition, and are generally wonderfully tolerant of being
naked, nude or naturist.
If you'd like to know about places, especially in the
Greek Islands, where naked or nude bathing is possible, you've come to the
These pages depend very much on you, our readers.
The Captain spent years assembling these pages, but conditions
are changing all the time, and this guide is made possible by the numerous
readers who contribute reports on the beaches where they have shed their
clothes without giving offence. However beaches change from year to year and
from season to season - even from day to day. So, if you holiday in Greece
and have experience of naturist beaches please use this site to pass
information to me for adding to the site.
Please let us know what you discover, whether good news or bad,
and we will endeavour to pass it on. Next year, your successors will thank
new, interactive Islands section of Captain Barefoot's Naturist Guide that
allows readers to enter reports and updates on naturist beaches
The Islands pages are now in the form of a Wiki, which enables readers
to update them straight away. We ask only that you
join the site;
members of the site can edit all islands pages. This will represent a
huge improvement on the existing arrangement, which depends on your Captain
editing the site based on reports submitted via the Reports Form or via
email. It should mean that the sites many readers benefit from the
most up to date information provided by the naturist community. Members who are logged on also have access to a printer-friendly
version of the site.
Everyone who registers should be aware of the
The new site is linked seamlessly with this page. Simply select
an island or go to the new
island index to enter it.
Regular visitors will notice a new design for
the site. This aims to give Captain Barefoot's Guide a more modern and neater look and
make it easier to navigate.
contact page has been added following complaints from some readers that
the old one did not always work.
The Guestbook has been closed due to
excessive spam. A new one will be introduced in due course.
With some formerly naturist beaches being swallowed by the textile
hordes, the Captain has started to collect an archive of reports of such
beaches as they were. You can
read it here.
Island Updates: Sincere thanks to the many naturists who have
submitted beach reports.
The Captain is delighted to welcome the island of
Nissiros to the site. There's
also a new report of a beach in Epirus,
on the Greek Mainland, as well as numerous other updates.
2006 saw the
relaunch of The Captain's site with a new home and domain, having been
unceremoniously dumped, without notice after 10 years, by
Yahoo/Geocities. Gee, thanks, guys.
We were back online after only a couple of days but
appreciates that regular readers may have taken some time to find the site.
And despite the Captain's best efforts some old links are still out there on
the Web. Nonetheless our site stats show lots of hits and I
think most of the audience is now back.
Read more about the origins of the site.
What Not to
Have you seen the latest
beach fashions for men? My ancient and ill-fitting Speedo swimming
trunks (yes, I confess to possessing a pair) looked very much out of place
and attracted some odd looks.
Keep sending in beach reports!
The Captain is extremely grateful to the many naturists who have supported
the site by contributing beach reports.
The Naturist Guide depends on recent information.
If you holiday in Greece and have experience of naturist beaches please use
the Beach Report Page to pass
information to me for adding to the site.
How to submit Photographs
The Captain welcomes photographs submitted
by email. The Captain is extremely grateful to the many
contributors who have provided some wonderful photographs for the site.
Contact the Captain
Click here to contact the Captain.
The Captain's old email address is being
phased out due to excessive spam, and replaced by a form-based system.
Nothing in this site is intended to imply or suggest that approval of, or
suitability of, any of the below sites is given. The reports that appear on
this site are based on the personal experience of contributors. In many areas
the situation is changing all the time and no responsibility is accepted should
these reports prove no longer to be accurate.
COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The rights of the site owner over
the design, map, and contents of all parts of this this web site are hereby