It's important to have a co-ed restroom on the beach. I enjoy the camarderie of peeing in the presence of others and typically a conversation gets started. The same holds true for using a toilet without a booth to engage in having a bowel movement. It's all part of naturism.
On a small pacific beach known as Bonny Doon, I've seen a number of ways this is handled over the years. The beach can change characteristics with the tides in cycles throughout the year, so features come and go in that place. Commonly, there is a corner nook to one end that many people, especially women use - they just go to that end and squat in the sand, while others will just wonder along the water's edge and if not too cold, wade in and pee. Some have just squatted near the water's edge. Others just stand, pee and let the tides carry it off.
Some women after they pee, will let the ocean wash their vulvas and just walk away to dry off.
I've seen a few women climb over some slippery rocks to get our of view, but they are the exception.
Does someone this is a problem?
I wonder what Julie87 does when she needs to pee at the beach?
It's true that most nudist beaches don't have any facilities. Not really sure why not but such is life. I have seen most guys walk to the water's edge and do it in the water. This keeps the beach from becoming one big public toilet.