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Subject: Donousa

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Date Posted: Sun, September 21 2014, 22:47:31

I have visited Donousa numerous times over the past 15 years. The small village at the port has accommodation, a handful of tavernas, a couple of bars and 4 shops. There are no sunbeds/umbrellas on the island and very little shade. The beach at the port is obviously not nudist. However, Kendros Beach is a 20 minute walk over a hill or a short bus ride. This is mostly sand, is clothing optional and even in August there are plenty of people nude, mainly the free campers who camp behind the beach. There is a beach bar selling drinks and snacks. Livadi Beach is another sandy beach further away. It is an hour's strenuous walk beyond Kendros but can also be reached by a boat from the port (when it is not windy), or by bus and then climbing a long way down a path to the beach. This beach is mainly nudist even in August with free campers camping behind and there are no facilities. There are some trees at the back of the beach but they are occupied by the campers. If you take the bus to the end of the route at Kalotaritisa and then walk about 10 minutes further there is a small sandy beach called Trpiti where it is possible to be nudist. There are never many people here and there are usually a handful of tents on the beach.

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