Naturism in Europe

Wild Swimming
Wild swimming and skinny dipping are becoming increasingly popular. Here are a couple of videos made by 'Lulastic Hippyshake'. read more
BlueHue
Fine artist Natasha Brooks swims naked, year round in the cold mountain lakes of Snowdonia and has made an award winning film. read more
Folsom Street Fair, San Francisco 2017-09-24
Folsom Street Fair, San Francisco 24 September 2017, an annual leather and clothing optional event. All photos by Leif Heilberg. read more
No Rope, No Chalk, No Clothes
David Fusté solo climbs on rock without shoes or chalk, but without anything else at all. Naked on the rock. read more

Naturism has long been accepted in Europe especially around the Mediterranean and as a result Europe has a wider range of naturist holiday destinations than any other continent. France probably has the widest range of good naturist resorts including one of the world's best naturist resorts, the completely self-contained nudist city of Cap D'Agde.

Spain is becoming an increasingly popular naturist tourist destination. Whilst Spain is still a staunchly catholic country, the Spanish have a remarkably relaxed attitude towards nudity on their beaches.

In Greece, located on the beautiful island of Skiathos there is Banana Beach. This is actually three beaches that attract naturists, the central on being Big Banana which is the busiest and most popular, but it is not solely naturist and also attracts suited bathers. If you want a more pure naturist area head to the extreme left of to the extreme right of Big Banana. On all of three beaches you can rent sun beds and parasols.