Being just north of Lowestoft, which is Britain’s most easterly point means it can get a little breezy here. The beach itself is a mix of coarse sand and shingle which is divided up by wooden groynes. To the rear of the beach is a large grassy area separated from the beach by a concrete walk way.
Corton was officially designated a naturist beach back in 1979. However, for various reasons this was withdrawn back in 2009. As it stands the council have not allocated any further naturist beaches in the area, but they have also revoked a by-law which prohibited naturists using other local beaches.