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Our Nude French Road Trip Part 2: The South-East

Our Nude French Road Trip Part 2: The South-East

Oh France, you naturist paradise! It almost feels like we should start a separate blog, just about naturism in France alone. Even then we would probably not be able to explore everything the country has to offer for the naked traveler. During this summer we decided to travel through the southern regions of France and search for the best naturist vacation destinations. Because we found so many places to talk about, we decided to split our experiences in two blog…

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Review: Camping Naturiste Verdon Provence in Haute Provence, France

Review: Camping Naturiste Verdon Provence in Haute Provence, France

A large part of our job as naturist travel bloggers is researching, often much more than the average naked traveler. One of the advantages of this is that now and then we stumble upon some of the most magnificent spots. Wonderful nude beaches away from the crowds. Or well hidden pearls of naturist campings which suddenly appear on our radar. Like naturist camping Verdon Provence for example. Tucked away in the Gorges du Verdon, one of southern France’s most wonderful…

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Review: Chambres d’hôtes Naturiste: La Fenouillère in Var, France

Review: Chambres d’hôtes Naturiste: La Fenouillère in Var, France

Every summer roughly 2 million naturists find their way to France for a nude vacation. 2 Million! That’s a lot of people. That’s the population of Slovenia. They’re not all Slovenians though. Naturists from all over the world put France on their nude itinerary. Interestingly, the variety of naturist accommodations in France is not what one would expect. The large majority of places are campings and we’ve met plenty of naturists who didn’t have a clue that there are any…

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Review: Domaine de Bélézy in Vaucluse, France

Review: Domaine de Bélézy in Vaucluse, France

The Provence is one of France’s most iconic regions and probably also one of the country’s most visited ones. Not only by tourists, by the way. Many artists from the previous centuries have found their way to the Provence and fell in love with the huge lavender fields, the sunflowers, the typical villages and the stunning landscapes. And probably also with the great food and excellent wines. Paul Cézanne used to live in the Provence, Pablo Picasso followed him when…

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