Naturiste par Nature
Naturism in France
and find out whether naturism
is in your nature...
For you, the ideal holiday is:
Leisure: holidays that follow the rhythm of the sea, sport and scheduled trips.
Organised tour: rocks, monuments, scenery.
Cruise: gala evenings and cocktails at sunset...
You see a rubbish bag on the beach:
It disgusts you and you pick it up straight away, how can people do that?
You find somewhere else, why would you touch something left by someone else?
You find them everywhere these days anyway so you may as well just ignore it.
Other people looking at you:
There's no way around it, it's a big deal to you.
It doesn't matter, after all we are all the same!
If it's not too obvious, it's not a problem.
What moves you the most:
A small village in the south of France.
The sea and its infinite waves.
A city, its lights and monuments.
You are rarely naked... only when you are in the shower!
It's not a problem for you, being naked is a way to respect our deeper nature.
It's fine when you are alone: dancing naked in your apartment is fun!
You never go to the beach without:
Your sun cream and a pair of trainers.
Your swimming costume and a towel.
Your camera and your mobile phone.
The last time you went swimming without a swimming costume was:
For a midnight swim: it was fun and low-risk, doing it in total darkness.
A different way to connect with nature: an amazing memory to relive.
In your dreams: it's never happened and it never will (even if you should never say never).
The film which left a strong impression on you:
Oceans (the film by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud).
The Da Vinci Code (starring Audrey Tautou).
Taxi (starring Samy Nacery).
Respect and tolerance:
It vaguely rings a bell, but in this individualistic world...
It's important, so you try, often as a new year's resolution.
It goes without saying, respecting others also means respecting nature.
Bringing children to a naturist campsite/resort is:
Shocking: from a certain age, they should know that they have to wear their swimming costume.
Sensitive: we should know how to avoid intruding on our children's privacy.
Natural: it is important to share your values with your children.
A recent trend: there is not a single product that doesn't ride the "organic" wave to sell more.
A good habit to get into: it's better if everyone can benefit from a well-preserved environment.
A necessity: respect for yourself and others includes respect for nature.
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