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Camping le Sérignan Plage Nature

Sérignan-Plage Nature benefits from the same 600 m. of white, sandy beach as its sister site next door, but being a naturist site, it actually...

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Apollo Sun Club

This small, well-established, family-orientated, naturist campsite is run by and for its members. It is within ten miles of Brighton and the Sussex coast. The...

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Creuse Nature Naturisme

You are sure of a warm welcome by the Dutch owners of this very spacious, naturally laid out and well maintained naturist site. It is...

Camping Naturiste le Clos Barrat

This site is southwest of Cahors in ten hectares of forest and pasture amongst the rich countryside of the Lot/Quercy area. This is a family...

Škrila Sunny Camping

Škrila Sunny Camping is located in a secluded and quiet spot close to Stara Baška in the southern part of the island of Krk. Škrila...

Origan Village Naturiste

Origan is a naturist site set in the mountains behind Nice at a height of 500 m. The access road is single track and winding...

Domaine Naturiste l’Eglantière

A delightful naturist site with an air of calm and repose, l’Eglantière is set within 50 hectares of organic farmland and woodland for walking and...

Camping Kanegra

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Situated almost on the Slovenian border, this could be said to be the first and last campsite in Croatia. Part of the Istraturist group, the...

Camping Naturiste la Genèse

La Genèse is a well equipped, naturist site close to the banks of the River Cèze on the northern edge of the Cévennes national park...

Domaine du Petit Arlane Centre Naturiste

Located In Haute-Provence in the south of France, between the Mediterranean and the southern Alps, in the heart of the Parc du Verdon, you will...

Naturist Centre Ulika

This naturist site is well located, occupying a small peninsula of some 15 hectares. This means that there is only a short walk to the...

Solaris Camping Resort

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2021, 2019

This naturist site is part of the Camping Adriatic group and has a most pleasant atmosphere. When we visited in high season there were lots...

Centre Naturiste Devèze

This is a well established and very pleasant, French-owned naturist site in 20 hectares of lovely Gers countryside. There are 153 pitches, most of which...

Camping Naturiste de la Sablière

Spectacularly situated in the Cèze Gorges, this well equipped, spacious naturist site, tucked away within its wild and dramatic terrain offers a wide variety of...

Arena Camping Kazela

Camp Kazela is partly naturist and is situated close to Medulin, formerly a fishing port and now a busy tourist town. The site has around...

Domaine Naturiste de Bélézy

At the foot of Mont Ventoux, surrounded by beautiful scenery, de Bélézy is an excellent naturist site with many amenities and activities and the ambience...

Bagheera Camping

This naturist site is situated alongside a 3 km. beach of fine sand and has been owned by the same family for 40 years. There...

Camping Naturiste le Haut Chandelalar

Camping le Haut Chandelalar is a spacious, family run naturist campsite high in the Alpes Maritimes, east of Castelallane and only 1 km. from Brianconnet...

Naturist Park Koversada Campsite

According to history, the first naturist on Koversada was the famous adventurer Casanova. Today, Koversada is a first-class enclosed naturist camping holiday park with 170...

With naturism growing in popularity, particularly on the continent, more and more campsites are catering for nude recreation.

Alan Rogers has compiled details on over 100 naturist campsites in the UK and Europe, each of which offers a positive environment in which to enjoy nudist leisure.

What is naturism?

It’s all about the freedom of nature and the right to be yourself and enjoy your leisure time as you wish, without harming others or impinging on their right to enjoy themselves as they wish.

Naturist camping holidays are about going beyond appearances, physical differences and stereotypes. As such, the ethos on campsites for nudists promotes being yourself, feeling good and respecting others while enjoying the same high-quality facilities and activities offered on other campsites.

The benefits of naturism

British Naturism points out that the human body was not designed to be wrapped up in clothes. Nudity, they say, brings real benefits to mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Body image issues can be addressed and aided and, with everyone on the same terms, it’s easy to relax and feel free.

Sunshine and fresh air on the skin can only be beneficial and conducive to a sense of wellbeing. And the act of removal of clothing is akin to peeling away layers of social conformity and all the associated worries and concerns that each person carries with them.

In short, naturism is about reconnecting with nature, as well as oneself. It allows freedom of expression and the freedom to be yourself, without the distraction of clothing and all the signals and statements clothes can bring. You are reduced to the real you and when in the company of others in the same state it is liberating and empowering.

Naturist campsites

Many of our listed sites are surrounded by woodland or contain privately owned beaches, making them ideal for visitors who are both new to, and experienced in, nudism. They’re the perfect setting in which to make friends with like-minded individuals and relax in a welcoming, amicable environment.

Today there are many more people that enjoy naturist campsites than one would at first think. Some are dedicated naturists who practise their way of life wherever they may and who in the UK may well belong to clubs of like-minded people. For others, especially those who have enjoyed sunbathing on one of the many designated naturist areas on European beaches and feel comfortable with it, the logical next step is to try a holiday in a naturist village or campsite.

This growing number of ‘holiday naturists’ clearly enjoy the relaxed atmosphere prevailing on naturist sites. If they are not members of British Naturism they can pick up a naturist card on the first site they visit.

The rules are simple: respect for the environment and for other visitors. You are encouraged to strip off but, in reality, it is up to you, except in and around the swimming pool where there is always a ‘no clothes’ rule. Clothes do tend to label people and without them, there is a relaxed informality and sense of equality often missing in today’s ‘designer society.’

We feature some 70 naturist campsites in our naturist guide and have been impressed by the friendly welcome and cultural aspects of their entertainment and range of activities – classical music beside the pool, walking trails to discover local wildlife or book-binding classes, for example. Most campsites make an effort to provide good entertainment and to make your holiday memorable; on the naturist sites in particular this is usually achieved quite elegantly without the frenzy that sometimes pervades more commercially-minded sites.