Hi me and my boyfriend - we are extremely excited to experience our first naked holiday In Cap'DAgde. When will be the best time to visit? Where should we stay?
We were born naked, but no one shows you the way back. What now? A stark forecourt stretches out imposingly ahead.
Everything is different when you are completely nude, though it helps when everyone around you--in line at the post office or dancing at a disco, for example--is naked too. Inside the walls of the "naturist quarter" at Le Cap d'Agde, a sprawling French resort on the Mediterranean Sea that is reputedly the largest assemblage of naked souls in this world, the undressed population soars to 40, during July and August. A veteran skinny-dipper, I had spent time at smaller nudist resorts in the past and was thus prepared for most of my social encounters in the bare-skinned section of Le Cap d'Agde, separated from "the textile world" by a guarded gate where visitors pay a nominal entrance fee.
We are coming next week. Since most places you rent from have check in times at 3pm For those seeking the Naturist experience in a welcoming and safe environment, you should spend the Maybe the only city in the world where you can wear no clothes and along a large naturist beach giving onto the Mediterranean Sea.
As an Australian, the idea of having to get buck naked in front of a complete stranger is terrifying, but French nudity attitudes are much more relaxed. For many nationalities this concept would raise some questions: How does one not stare? Where do you place your arms and hands?
Like any good oceanside resort, Cap D'Adge in southern France has a wide, sun-drenched beach, an interesting variety of shops and restaurants and daily activities like beach volleyball, windsurfing and sandcastle building competitions. The only difference is that in Cap D'Agde people wear nothing but their birthday suits. Yes, the whole town of 40, is a nudist colony.
Having been to nude beaches all over the world this one really stands out. Is it a naturist beach My wife and I visited the beaches here as part of a sidetrip from Barcelona.
Great article guys. It was on my bucket list so yes I went 3 years ago for 1 night only. We both had a fabulous day on the first part of the beach. There was one group left doing somethings but we ignored them and enjoyed our peaceful walk.
Cap d'Agde was planned by architect Jean Le Couteur as part of one of the largest state-run development schemes in French history. It is now one of the largest leisure ports on the French Mediterranean. Public transport taxi or bus is available between Agde and Cap d'Agde.