Naturist’s come in many guises, the rich who only want the best down to the naturist who loves nothing more than relaxing in the back garden on a sunny day.
There are now cruise liners offering the naked experience sailing in the Caribbean, The Med or on rivers in France the list is endless. Others like to be in a 5 star resort such as the new Spice Lifestyle resort on the Canary Island of Lanzarote or one of the Breezes resorts in Jamaica where nudity comes natural while sipping your fancy cocktail served up by attentive staff on the beach in your hammock.
Other resorts are more easily afforded by the masses in places like Charco del Palo naturist village on Lanzarote or Monte Marina on Fuerteventura.
Some naturists just want a field with a chemical toilet and a tap and somewhere to pitch a tent to satisfy their need to get an all over tan.
There are even total naturist hotels where it is the norm to be naked most of the time and naturist holidays are not just for grown ups as many cater for families of all ages.
In Jamaica the Hedonism Resort and Breezes Resorts have what is known as Nude and Prude sides to the resorts so you have a choice of being nude or what naturists call the clothed people “Textile” on the prude side.
There naturist resorts in the UK where people have the option of camping, caravans or log cabins in countryside locations. One that springs to mind is Southleigh Manor near Newquay in Cornwall where all three of the above options are available. Long established naturist Clubs like BDOC offer naturist accommodation through the winter or other sites like Spielplatz have year long housing for naturist where people live all the time. Over in Florida Paradise Lakes have the usual holiday makers but also have condos and villas that are occupied year round.