French Nudist Beaches: Cap d’Agde on the Vermeille Coast, Montalivet Atlantic Coast

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Best French Nudist Beaches – Cap D’Agde

French Nudist Beaches

Want to bank naked? Shop naked? Dine naked? Buy baguettes at a brasserie naked? Lay out on a vibrant Mediterranean beach naked? Visit Cap d’Agde, the world’s capital of nudism and one of the most highly rated French Nudist Beaches.

This coastal town features a nudist resort with a three-mile beach, as well as its own doctors, banks, shopping and dining, just for the nudists.

France is, of course, known for its laid-back attitude about nudity. Visitors can freely go topless at just about any Mediterranean beach. But Cap d’Agde takes a French Nudist Beach all to a new level of hedonism and free living.

In the summertime, the population of the nudist section swells to 40,000. Any self-respecting nudist must visit this spot, considered THE naturist destination. The Naturism Quarter is in the northeast section of town.

Nudity is optional in the nudist area, except at the beach. Locals still dress for dinner here.

Cap d’Agde, rated as the top French Nudist Beach, situated in the lush Languegoc region, is also close to many other wonderful French destinations. The port city of Sete is nearby, where visitors find some of the world’s best seafood. The medieval fortified city of Carcassonne is to the west. Visitors are also close to Nimes, Montpellier and Arles. It’s also a five-hour TGV train ride from Paris.

Whether you are new to nudism or a seasoned naturist, Cap d’Agde is the ultimate place to get naked. Few places in the world take the nude body as seriously, or offer such a vast community for enjoying it.


Cap D’Agde Visitor Reviews:

“We were fortunate enough to have clear blue skies, calm seas and to experience relaxed people of all shapes and sizes. The sea is incredibly clear and shallow. You get used to the clothes free thing after about two minutes and after realising that maybe you are not different to most others! We visited in September after all the kids…” Read more : Trip Advisor

“We stayed at Euronat village and we had the most wonderful 5 days there in the sun, in the nude at the end of our European adventure. It is a very large ‘village’. We stayed in our tent in the camping area, sharing the spartan facilities with some amazing people. We were lent bikes by one of the permanent residents, and this was an essential piece of equipment. You can hire them in the central village but they are expensive. Riding around the village in the nude is a liberating experience. There is a large pool that was good fun when the sky clouded over. It also has one of the best bakeries in France. The beach was a little worse for wear after the winter seas had taken their toll on the sand dunes.” Read more: Trip Advisor

Read more about Cap D’agde at Wikipedia, follw this link.

Best French Nudist Beaches – Montalivet

French Nudist Beaches

Montalivet: The huge stretch of golden sand, on one of the best French Nudist Beaches that takes you down to Biarritz is backed by wonderful wild dunes and pine forests in the Landes region. Much of the coast and shoreline is protected with bird sanctuaries and nature reserves making this a paradise for walkers and nature lovers.


Naturists flock here as well, attracted by  resorts like Montalivet (where the international naturist movement started), and Euronat. Read more about Euronat here at Wikipedia, follow this link.

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Best Wishes, The Nearly Nudist





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