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  • Town / County / State Strandweg, The Hague, Zuid Holland

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    Nice location, however, still much to be desired.
    Recommended Aug 16 - by naturistsfamily
    • I Used this Naturist Facility as... Part of a Couple
    • I First Used this Naturist Facility in... August 2022
    Summary: It was our first naturist vacation anywhere in the world and we will give our honest review about this location. The beach itself is easy to access, around 7 kilometers from the city center (The Hague). One can take Tram 9 directly from the central railway station and in 18 minutes you are there. BTW, it is the last stop (Zwarte Pad) of the tram. From the stop it takes around 10-minute walk to reach the naturist part of the beach. It is a 250-meter stretch of beach, which is designated as a naturist beach. However, it is swamped with non-naturists more than the naturists. Ironically, pets are not allowed on the non-naturist stretch of beach, they are allowed on the naturist part though (that's bothersome). Pet owners do not carry a litter bag. They just bury the litter under the sand and when it is windy or the waters are high, all the dog litter comes out, so one has to be extra-cautious when walking on the beach. Another moment of bother is that lots of peepers (sometimes voyeurs) walk around, which makes you uncomfortable. On our first day on the beach, one south Asian guy came and sat just in front of us. He sat there for hours while talking all the time on his cell phone with someone and showing around during the video call. All the time, he was completely dressed, not even bothering to take off his upper clothing. We did not give a heck of what was going around us, however, this violates the privacy. There are no lifeguards on the naturist part of the beach. There are two terraces (pavilions) right on the naturist beach. These offer beach recliners to the visitors (of course it is a paid luxury). They onlook directly onto the beach. However, you have to cover yourself while using these terraces. I wonder what are they doing on the naturist strip of the beach. BTW lots of peepers use these terraces. All of this once again reiterated the very fact that the naturists are extremely tolerant towards the non-naturists. One is not allowed to go naked on the non-naturist beach, however, vice versa is completely normal. We think perfect time to enjoy your time on this beach as a naturist is to go there on working days, when you do not only have vast space for you to enjoy, but your privacy is also guaranteed. Going there on the weekends is the bad idea. As far as recommending someone to visit this place is concerned, one has to decide for himself/herself. We have enjoyed a lot there though. Vickie & Faisal
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