Just one called Eden Beach which is on the grounds of Hawksbill Hotel. Eden Beach is accessed by walking through the grounds of Hawksbill Resort but is not actually part of the resort and non- stayers can have access.
Eden Beach Is A Beautiful Nude Beach... - Hawksbill Bay
Eden Beach is completely separated from the resort's beahes antigua by a low headland giving privacy in both directions. Hawksbill Resort itself is not a nude resort - conventional clothing rules apply but it is very close if you wanted to stay there to spend much time nude.
Read mixed reviews here on TripAdvisor to get a feel for current antigua of the resort. Eden Beach itself is a beautiful stretch nude unspoilt sand and we rarely see more than half a dozen people on the beach as we nude by but it has no facilities so you need to take your own towels beahes lie on nude are just a couple of sun beds probably left there by some previous visitordrinkssupplies etc.
You need to be completely self sufficient. Hawksbill did offer day passes at one stage which would give you access to their bar, restauranttoilets etc beahes you would have to get dressed before coming off the beach.
Flapping in the Breeze at Eden Beach, Antigua
Yesit used to simply be called Hawksbill 4th Beach, but somehow people on this forum call it Eden. We local people generally still teens naked on cell phones it Hawksbill 4th. It's a gorgeous beach, one of the nicest on the island. Please note that while this particular beach is antigua, the resort itself is not. To my knowledge, there are no clothing-optional resorts on the island, and even toplessness is frowned upon.
You do not need to stay at Hawksbill to use the beach, as all Antigua beaches are public.