24 Feb Nude holiday destinations 2019
Do you have the winter blues? February is one of the most popular months for booking holidays as people crave some sunshine. We’ve put together this list of naturist holiday destinations to inspire you for your next holiday. Maybe you’re a seasoned naturist traveller; or maybe you’ve never done it before. Either way, we hope you will be inspired by these nude holidays.
Cap d’Agde in the south of France is probably the most famous naturist location in the world. The naturist village was purpose-built in the 1970s, and since then naturists have been coming back year after year to dine nude, sunbathe nude, go to the shops nude, and go to nightclubs nude. The village has everything you could possibly need, so it’s possible to spend your entire trip fully naked!
Croatia has gained a reputation as one of the most naturist friendly destinations, with plenty of nude resorts and beaches to choose from. The first nude beach opened over 80 years ago, just keep a look out for signs displaying the initials “FKK” which comes from the German phrase for Free Body Culture.
Or if you want a bespoke naturist holiday to Croatia then check out Tour Croatia, which offers a stay in a naturist resort, as well as private transfers and the option to add day tours and excursions.
Of course, there’s nothing wrong with a good old holiday right here in the UK. This British Naturism guide shows all of the naturist beaches, clubs and locations throughout the country – from Cornwall to Inverness. Whether you would prefer camping and caravanning, nude swimming, a spa hotel, or a Scottish Highland retreat, you’ll find it here.
If you can’t decide which destination to visit on your naturist holiday, then you might want to consider booking a naturist cruise. There are various European destinations available, or if you want to go further afield then there’s the option to explore the south Pacific, Caribbean, or the islands surrounding Fiji and Bali. Clothes are optional while on board the ferry, but of course you must dress when visiting destinations.
It’s no secret that the Germans love to take their clothes off. Some German cities have dedicated parks and areas for nude sunbathing, swimming and picnics, and there are plenty of nude campsites for those who don’t mind roughing it in a tent. If you prefer something a bit more luxurious, there is a spa hotel at Berchtesgaden, location of Hitler’s infamous “Eagle’s Nest,” which offers nude saunas, sunbathing and swimming.
Nude bathing has been common practice in Japan for centuries at sentō (public baths) or onsen (outdoor hot springs). But beware if you do decide to visit – there are strict etiquette rules which must be followed. Modesty and respect are important, and most places still have separate areas for males and females. Also, you are unlikely to be admitted if you have tattoos, unless they are completely covered.
Create Your Own Trip
Airbnb has revolutionised the travel industry, now naturistbnb aims to do the same with naturist travel, offering private, naturist-friendly lets all over the world. Whatever type of accommodation you fancy, you will be able to find it – from a barn conversion in the Italian countryside to a private villa in Thailand, to a garden estate in Jamaica. Or if you want to stay local there are plenty of options right here in the UK.
Are you going to try a naturist trip this year? Have you been on a naturist holiday anywhere that’s not on our list? Please tell us about it!
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