Eventually you’ll find a muddy but very pretty path down through a wooded fern-filled valley, at the bottom of which is a sign that reads “due to ongoing cliff falls access to this beach is closed should you choose to make your own way down, you do so at your own risk”. As soon as i was in the glen i took all y clothes off and walked all the way down in the nude. The land-slip has now greened-over, and the bay is really beautiful, well worth the steep climb back up to the cliff top. Turn sharp right here and continue downhill to a simple wooden fence and a council sign informing the public that the access is officially closed. Heading east or west along the beach will soon provide a quieter spot for those who prefer solitude. From the car park take the path south, then turn left, then turn right, then turn left, then turn right. There was clearly going to be nowhere to hide.
Does anyone have any experience of fairlight, hastings?
Further reading :
There are shell-white sands at east head spit, a natural sand dune on the eastern side of the harbour and a site of special scientific interest, housing colonies of unusual flora and fauna. And nude was not even slightly strange once i’d taken that first step.