This pristine stretch of coast located about 50 minutes north of San Diego has long been a favorite of those who disdain tan lines. Click on the map to view it full size.
The main problem seems to be with beachgoers who wander into the shrubbery and cuts in the cliffs for extra-curricular activity, according to this article in yesterday's San Diego Union-Tribune.
Rex took me to the beach for the first time in late April. Go here to see my blog about the trip. There were plenty of people enjoying full-sun exposure, and the landscape was the most spectacular I've seen so far along the Southern California coast.
One beach regular offered this photo as evidence that, rather than being sex-starved predators, most nudists at San Onofre are law-abiding citizens who bend over backwards to keep the beach safe and pleasant for everyone -- even when that means helping the park rangers who now will be handing out tickets for overexposure.
My favorite quote in the U-T article came from a guy who says he has been going to the beach since the late 1970s.
“It's amazing how friendly people are when they're naked.”
-- Andy Pollock
Words to live by, indeed.