Where will we be next?

In the summer of 2017, we started an epic journey in search of the world’s most wonderful naturist resorts, nudist events, and nude beaches. A journey which has already taken us to 4 continents and an uncountable number of magnificent places.

If you like to read about all the places we already visited, check out our Destinations Page.

 

Our journey is still far from an end. There are still lots of naturist places which we haven’t visited yet. Are you curious about what’s coming up next?
Then you came to the right place!

 

IMPORTANT: This page is updated regularly, so come back now and then to see the latest additions to our itinerary!

 

The Naked Wanderings Itinerary

 

April 18 – 20, 2021: Finca Pura Clothing Optional Resort, Elche, Spain
June 3 – 6, 2021: Grottamiranda, Puglia, Italy
June 7 – 10, 2021: La Sorgente Naturist B&B, Abruzzo, Italy
June 11 – 14, 2021: Suncave Gardens, Lazio, Italy
June 19 – 22, 2021: Sasso Corbo, Tuscany, Italy
June 23 – 26, 2021: Ca Le Scope, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
June 28 – July 1, 2021: Borgo Corniola, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
July 2 – 5, 2021: Costalunga, Lombardy, Italy
August 14 – 21, 2021: Katarina Line Naturist Cruise, Croatia
August 26 – 29, 2021: Koversada Naturist Park, Istria, Croatia

 

Help us get the best out of our journey!

For most of the places in our itinerary, it will be our first visit. Of course, we do a lot of research, but we also know that the best tips come from previous visitors.

If you happen to be a connoisseur of one of the regions we’re going to visit,
If you happen to know an excellent nude beach nearby,
or a cool bar,
a secluded forest where we can hike naked,
a tourist highlight that we shouldn’t miss,
or anything else that could be interesting for us,

Leave a comment!

And make our journey even more amazing than it already is.

 
Naked Wanderings Live Q&A

Support Naked Wanderings

Do you like what we do for naturism and naturists? Did we make you laugh or cry? Did we help you find the information you were looking for? Then definitely join our Patreon community!
 

Become a Patron!


 

14 thoughts on “Where will we be next?”

  1. Coucou les amis ! Nous serons dans le lot du 8 au 25 août … la maison est grande au bord de la rivière Dordogne proche rocamadour. Nous avons une piscine et un parc arboré pour vous y accueillir. Ce sera un réel plaisir !
    Amitiés naturistes
    Barbara et Pierre

    Reply
  2. coucou
    pensez vous retourner à la Génèse domaine naturiste ?
    j’y serais avec mon épouse du 8 au 26 aout
    bon voyage

    Reply
    • Cette année, nous aimerions explorer certains campings que nous n’avons jamais visités auparavant. Mais une des prochaines années nous reviendrons certainement à La Genèse

      Reply
  3. Hoi,

    als jullie nog een leuke plek zoeken in Frankrijk, moet je zeker “L’Oliverie” eens proberen. (www.oliverie.com). Het jonge koppel Alex, Melanie en dochter Lia zal jullie zeker graag verwelkomen. Het is een kleine camping met b&b. Toen wij er jaren geleden verbleven was er nog maar enkel het gasthuis en de b&b. Nu is er al een camping met pipowagen en hut.

    Groeten en geniet nog verder van jullie zomer in Frankrijk!

    Ivan.

    Reply
  4. Good evening! I am Laird Markland and my wife is Isa. We are from Austin, Texas, but we currently are living here in Costa Rica for another year. We have already been here one year. We LOVE, LOVE, LOVE our home in Austin, but living in Costa Rica is pretty darn awesome. We were just talking about going home. It’s a tough decision. Our family is in Colorado, and it’s already been more than a year since we have seen them, so we will return in less than a year .

    We live in a clothing optional household. It sure is nice. Our home here in Costa Rica is on a coffee plantation. We have made American friends who also believe in the clothing optional household.

    Thanks for all you do for the clothing optional cause.

    We love, love, love Haulover in Florida. Our Austin home is close toHippy Hollow. Fortunately, we have a pool in Austin, which is clothing optional, as well as our friends pools.

    Reply
  5. I see that you haven’t been to the Caribbean island of St. Martin yet. There are many wonderful clothing optional resorts and beaches on the island. Plus the people and the food are amazing. We will be going back for our 10th trip in February 2021.

    Reply
  6. Dear Nik and Lins
    Thank you again for this initiative,
    The aim must be always the “normalisation” of public nudity.
    However the “enemy” is the climate in Northern Europe.
    It is noticeable that your itinerary is mainly in the summer (July-Sept).
    What is to be done for the winter?

    Personally I spend several winter months on the island of El Hierro.
    This year I was “stranded” there from January to July and so I will not
    be returning until December – to avoid exceeding my 182 days a year
    allowed. I get a new quota from 1st January!

    You would be welcome to visit me. I have written an article for BN
    about public nudity on the island but Sheryn needs photographs
    before developing it for publication.

    The principal benefit is the weather – conducive to nudity. There
    is a flight each Friday from Pamplona in Spain and Spain can be
    entered (at present!) by land borders without need for quarantine
    or coronavirus test – perfect for those in France wanting to move
    South for the winter.

    Spain has the wonderful feature that it adopted in 1978 a new
    constitution that protects the right to be clothed (or unclothed!)
    as one wishes. Attempts to ban nudity in public places are shot
    down legally after coming to the attention of the Federacion
    Espana Naturismo (FEN).

    Changes to the law in Ireland (2017) and UK (2003) make things
    much easier but police still mention “Public Order” as a possible
    offence – even when no order is being challenged – other than
    the mental order of those prejudiced against nudity. Fortunately
    the Public Prosecution services recognise that it is not in the
    public interest to prosecute nudists going about normal activity.
    However, it is refreshing in Spain to be confident that one has
    fundamental rights protected – and that the Guardia Civil have
    a duty to enforce such protection.

    It must be challenging for you to remain within the law in the
    various jurisdictions that you visit. Hopefully more countries
    will come to recognise the wisdom of your cause (as Ireland
    did as recently as 2017). I wish you well with your travels and
    trust that you will be well received by the local populations.

    In Friendship
    Alan

    Reply
    • Hi Alan, normally we move to other parts of the world once the temperatures in the northern hemisphere start dropping. But this year, that’s a bit difficult. We are actually in Spain at the moment, but on the mainland. The reason why this isn’t mentioned in our itinerary is that we don’t really have a plan yet. We hope that this will change soon though!

      Reply

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.