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Ready to Take Off Your Clothes? 10 Most Popular Nudist Campsites in Europe

10 Most Popular Nudist Campsites in Europe
Ready to Take Off Your Clothes? 10 Most Popular Nudist Campsites in Europe

Everywhere in Europe, you can find campsites where you can drop your clothes altogether – not only on the beach but on the whole complex. We show ten of the best nudist campsites in Europe, where nudity is a must.

Enjoy your free days in nature and wear nothing but your skin – textile-free holidays are gaining popularity. Now you can find many different forms of vacations and activities for nudists: specialized golf courses, cruising boat or safaris – there is hardly any holiday, which you can’t also experience naked.

Here is a selection of the most beautiful nudist camping sites in Europe.

Nudist holiday resort “Pizzo Greco” in Calabria, Italy

“Pizzo Greco” is the only nudist holiday resort in Italy with direct access to the sea. It extends over an area of about nine hectares – mighty eucalyptus trees offer natural privacy. A slightly pink sandy beach invites you to sunbathe between spice bushes and flowers.

If you prefer to be more active, you can take advantage of the windsurfing and diving schools near the campsite. The campsite also has a bowling alley, basketball court, volleyball and football courts, and bicycle hire. The historical surroundings are ideal for exciting excursions.

Fees: high season from 31,60 Euro/night, low season from 15 Euro/night


Naturist park “Flevo Natuur” in Zeewolde, Netherlands

The naturist park “Flevo Natuur” is something for true nature lovers because it is located in the water and wood rich surroundings of the Hulkstein Forest – the largest deciduous forest in the Netherlands. The trees protect the campers from unwanted glances.

Water lovers will not be left out either: there are lakes, an indoor swimming pool, and even a sauna. And the guests don’t have to do without (sun) bathing either: The one-kilometre long nudist beach Laakse is only a few cycling minutes away from the campsite.

Fees: from 25,80 Euro (incl. electricity and water)


FKK-Camping “Rosenfelder Strand” at the Baltic Sea, Germany

The sound of the sea, a 1.5-kilometre-long sandy beach and no piece of fabric on your skin: all this offers the nudist campsite “Rosenfelder Strand” directly located on the coast of the Baltic Sea. You can find everything from a food market to a restaurant and a wide range of leisure activities.

Pitch fee: high season from 11 Euro/night (3.50 Euro electricity), low season from 8 Euro/night (3.50 Euro electricity)


“Naturist Holiday Park” in the border triangle, Germany

“Naturist Holiday Park” is idyllically situated in the border triangle between France, Germany, and Switzerland. Germany’s largest private park for naturist culture (“Freikörperkultur – FKK”) is located directly on a pretty lake with a sandy beach. It features a bistro and a wide variety of sports facilities and wellness offers such as massage, or solarium.

Fees: high season from 36 Euro/night (incl. electricity, water), low season from 34 Euro/night (incl. electricity, water)

Camping in the nudist recreation centre “Tigringer See” in Carinthia, Austria

The naturist campsite “Tigringer See” is idyllically situated directly on a private lake in the middle of a beautiful low mountain range landscape. The campground offers campers a variety of leisure activities, such as crossbow shooting, table tennis and volleyball tournaments or evenings around the campfire.

Fees: from 15 Euro/day (incl. electricity, water), residence fee per person 7 Euro/day

Naturist Camp “Koversada” in Istria, Croatia

The naturist camp “Koversada” in the beautiful Croatian region of Istria is one of the oldest of its kind in Europe and offers space for more than 5000 nudists. The special: The pitches are located directly on the beach with a view of the stunning sea.

The vast area is a city in its own right, with bars, restaurants, and shops. There are tennis courts, basketball, football, handball and beach volleyball courts, as well as the possibility of renting bicycles, pedal boats, canoes and kayaks. There is also a water park with slides and a mini-golf course.

Fees vary according to the location: high season from 17.50 Euro/night, low season from 7.50 Euro/night. More information here.


Nudist campsite Baldarin, the island of Cres, Croatia

Also in Croatia, at the southernmost point of the island of Cres, is the Baldarin campsite. Two-thirds of the campground is reserved for nudists. Surrounded by a Mediterranean holm oak forest and among olive groves, campers will find an oasis of tranquillity and can choose between two sandy beaches and a stony beach. Tennis, basketball, beach volleyball and minigolf provide sporting variety.

Fee varies according to the location: high season from 14 Euro/night, low season from 6.50 Euro/night.


“Riva Bella”, Corsica, France

Nudist camping is also possible on the fantastic Mediterranean island of Corsica: the approximately 70,000 square metre 4-star “Riva Bella” campsite is located on the east coast of Corsica near the town of Aleria, the old Roman capital of the island. In the naturist thalassotherapy centre, campers can indulge in products made from purified seawater.

Fee: high season 41 Euro/day for two persons, low season from 19 Euro/day for two persons


Nudist holiday village “Euronat” in Aquitaine, France

Those who spend their holidays in the nudist holiday village “Euronat” have access to two guarded beaches on the Atlantic coast. There is a heated nudist outdoor pool as well as an indoor swimming pool with an adjoining wellness area. Nudists can also engage in sporting activities on the facility, such as archery or Zumba.

Fees: high season from 239 Euro/week (incl. electricity, water), low season from 126 Euro/week (incl. electricity, water)

Euronat naturist resort in France

“El Templo del Sol” on the Costa Dorada, Spain

Those who camp at the nudist facility “El Templo del Sol” have a direct view over the extensive nudist beach. In addition to a pool area, the campsite also offers the opportunity to practice painting or take Spanish language lessons.

The city of Tarragona with its historic city centre and a Roman amphitheatre is not far away. Those who are looking for more excitement may enjoy a visit to the leisure park Portaventura, which is one of the ten most popular parks in Europe.

Fees vary according to the location: high season from 28 Euro/night, low season from 21 Euro/night


By : Breakbooster Date : 2019-10-03 Category : Uncategorized Comments :

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