Cap d'Agde Naturist Beach
Located on the French Riviera, not far from the city of Montpellier is Cap d’Agde. This Languedoc resort only really dates back to the late 1960s when it grew around the large marina that was built.
There are several sandy beaches around the town but the biggest is the 5 kilometre long Cap d’Agde naturist beach. Stretching from the port of Agde town to the harbour at Marseillan, this well-equipped beach is divided into various themed sections. There are areas for families and sports along with sections with a more party-oriented vibe and an LGBT zone.
To keep things respectful there are rules such as no photographing other beachgoers and no activities you wouldn’t expect to see on fully clothed beaches…
Cap d’Agde is something of a mecca for nudists far and wide it is the largest resort of its kind in France, if not the world. The village’s roots can be traced back to the 1950s and a pair of brothers who grew olives here. They noticed that the beach was popular with naturists and had the idea of setting up a campsite here just for them.
Since then the resort at Cap d’Agde has grown exponentially to become almost a naked town. In addition to hotels and apartments there are shops, banks and restaurants all of which are completely clothing optional.
Le Cap d'Agde
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