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Review: Le Couderc in Dordogne, France

Review: Le Couderc in Dordogne, France

Many naturist campings are run as family businesses. We’ve heard the story several times before. A couple gets tired of their everyday jobs and starts dreaming about their own tropical paradise. Someplace where they can spend their days in the nude and share the experience with thousands of other naturists. The dream becomes reality. They sell their belongings, make a deal with the bank, buy a property, load their kids in the back of the car, and head off towards…

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Review: Terme d’Astor in Dordogne, France

Review: Terme d’Astor in Dordogne, France

Something about the smaller family-run naturist campings is that they always seem to be a work in progress. That’s not necessarily a negative thing. Often guests return the year after curious about what has changed during the winter. Naturist camping Terme d’Astor in the south of France’s Dordogne region is not such a place. When we asked the management, a bit habitually, what their plans for improvements are, they bounced the question back at us: “What do you think we…

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10 Reasons to pick France’s Nouvelle Aquitaine region for your next nakation

10 Reasons to pick France’s Nouvelle Aquitaine region for your next nakation

Our two week naked round trip through Nouvelle Aquitaine, one of France’s most magnificent regions, had flown by so quickly. We do realize that we’ve only seen a fraction of it but still we were easily convinced that this is one of those places in the world that are a true joy for naturists. And now we want to convince you as well of course!   We could go on and on about the wonderful landscapes, the wide beaches, and…

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Review: Creuse Nature in Boussac, France

Review: Creuse Nature in Boussac, France

The natural beauty of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region never ceased to surprise us. While we were driving towards our next destination, naturist camping Creuse Nature in what might well be called the heart of France we found ourselves in the tranquility of a rural landscape. The strong hills in western Aquitaine made place for fields where cows seemed to outnumber people by far. A forgotten piece of France where most of the inhabitants still live of their natural resources.   To…

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Review: Domaine Laborde in Monflaquin, France

Review: Domaine Laborde in Monflaquin, France

Our trip through the French Aquitaine region was already halfway and we figured that it was time to leave the coast behind. We had visited several wonderful naturist beach campings and our next destination, naturist camping Domaine Laborde, would take us towards another very famous tourist destination: The Dordogne. Domaine Laborde is part of the naturisme.com group, a collaboration of six naturist campings in France with the purpose of promoting their domains and naturism in the region in general.  …

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Review: Arnaoutchot in Vieille-Saint-Girons, France

Review: Arnaoutchot in Vieille-Saint-Girons, France

For the next stop on our little “Tour de France”, we drove further south towards a department called Landes, another popular tourist destination at the Bay of Biscay. We were on our way towards Vielle-Saint-Girons in the south-west corner of the regional park. The colorful ride could have been reason enough to visit the area but of course, we came here to visit naturist camping Arnaoutchot (or shortly: Arna). We had been told that Arna would be the perfect mix…

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Review: CHM Monta in Vendays-Montalivet, France

Review: CHM Monta in Vendays-Montalivet, France

The origin of naturism has been subject to a lot of debate. Many historians who studied the lifestyle will point out a period in the early 20th century when the German Dr Heinrich Scham wrote the book Nacktkultur. Some, however, say it started already during the industrial revolution when a Belgian guy first used the term “naturism”. And others will tell you that it was way earlier, during Roman times when naked sports were more common than clothed ones.  …

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Review: Euronat in Grayan-l’Hopital, France

Review: Euronat in Grayan-l’Hopital, France

When people talk about going to the south of France, immediately the Mediterranean coast pops into mind. The mild weather, the long beaches where bikini tops have always been a rarity, places like Nice, Cannes, and Saint Tropez where half of Hollywood has a boat in the harbor and of course the world-famous naturist destination Cap d’Agde. We often forget that the south of France has another coast, the Atlantic one, which is (at least to us) even more attractive….

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