France is home to some of the world’s finest nude beaches, not to mention nude resorts where you can eat, drink, shop and generally enjoy your holiday free of clothes.
Is globally thought as the birthplace of nudism.
2. Cap d’Agde
The most popular naturist resort in all of France, Cap d’Agde is located just to the south of Montpellier. Here’s a whole resort dedicated to nudists, where you do everything naked. Anything really, from shopping to partying and even a spot of banking – anything goes! It is surrounded by sandy beaches and it has several swimming pools.
3. Ile du Levant
Ile du Levant, is a small French island in the Var subdivision of the Provence Cote d’Azur area. Fast approaching its 100th birthday, it’s a gorgeous little island that’s much quieter and more reserve.
4. St. Tropez
ahiti Plage is the famous nudist beach, which can be found in the gorgeously glamorous surroundings of St Tropez. Brigitte Bardot is unsurprisingly credited with making this place famous and making it one of the busiest nudist beaches in France.
And La Voile Rouge beach club on Pampelonne’s Beach, in St. Tropez was once described as a seaside sanctuary of ‘French aristocracy’.
5. Leucate Plage
With its golden sands and beautifully calm blue seas, this is much more of a heaven for all things tranquil and relaxing, far from the party atmospheres of some of the other nudist beaches across the French Med.
6. Les Grottes Plage & Ile du Levant
This is one of the few beach where nudity is mandatory and it goes by the motto of – if your clothes don’t go, you do.
It provides the most amazing nude snorkeling opportunities in France.
To add to these, there are beaches on many rivers, some well known, some informal: Céze, Ardeche, Truyère. Also there are some resorts in the Alpes, Pyrenees, Cevennes you like to look into.