Non-nude attractions: Uh, you're squarely in San Francisco -- there's no shortage of things to do once you pop those pants back on. Non-nude attractions: Half Moon Bay is home to the legendary big-wave spot Mavericks, so stop by Pillar Point to look out on the gladiator pit that has claimed the lives of more than a few brave surfers. Santa Barbara Small, quiet strip of shoreline with a reputation for tar balls Santa Barbara is a tale of two cities to say the least; one half is the picture of upper-crusty millionairedom, and the other is under 25 and occupies UCSB and the community college. The huge shoreline offers many places to find some privacy among the warm sand and mysterious sea caves, but note that the adjacent State Park beach to the south is a no-go for nudity; keep yourself north of the beach access, or even further north if you're looking for the gay end. You can't just drop trou and get an all-over tan at any old stretch of Golden State shoreline, and the select beaches where California does allow nude sunbathing are mostly and not-so-coincidentally in hard-to-reach and obscure locations.
Asia. Age: 25.
Note that State Park rules apply, meaning nudity is only expressly permitted to the north end of the beach.
Ellen. Age: 21.
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Lastly, check out the expansive off-road area of Oceano Sand Dunes located south of Avila Pier; you can camp, drive on the beach, and ride dune bikes all in the same area. In other words, they're the kind of amenity-free beaches where you'd do well to bring your own food, drinks, chairs, and umbrellas. Park at the end of Cave Landing Road and look for the sign directing you to either the beach or the pirate cave.