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Are there topless beaches in Aruba?

Topless in Aruba is not illegal, there is no specific law against it, but it's not permitted on public beaches. There are two private beaches where this is allowed, namely on Renaissance Island & De Palm Island. As Manchebo Beach Resort and Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts cater to many European guests. They do have separate areas where Europeans can go topless, but they are not permitted to walk on the beach topless.

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