If you are looking for pornography, pedophilia or obscenities, you have come to the wrong web site! The main site contains information of general interest to the public. The clickable map below links you directly to the naturist beaches yellow markers , the naturist centers and campings green markers and the indoor swimming events blue markers. The middle column contains an aggregated list of events organized by the associations, among them the indoor swimming events. If you follow the links - except for the beaches - you will come to a subsite. The naturist campings and resorts are owned or rented by naturist organizations, and membership in a club associated with the International Naturist Federation is usually required for access. However, you will be heartly welcomed to a short time "test visit". The nude beaches are public areas where nudity is accepted, either officially or by practice.
Scandinavians are unusually cool about nudity in certain well-defined situations. The Finnish sauna is a well-known example. Within Swedish families, nudity is also commonplace, while many other nations feel that allowing your kids to see you starkers is tantamount to sexual molestation.
Nudism in Scandinavia is nothing unusual. After all, Scandinavia—comprised of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden—is the most open-minded region in the world. It's perfectly legal in Scandinavia for nudists to swim naked, or to sunbathe either topless or completely in the nude. Scandinavian travelers interested in nudism can find beaches quickly on the maps of nude beaches sorted by country.
This list of social nudity places in Europe is a list of places where social nudity is practiced for recreation in Europe. It includes free beaches or clothing-optional beaches or nude beaches and some resorts. Naturism is popular in Austria , with social nudity places typically indicated by FKK signs. Designated locations include camping spots, beaches, and hotels. Topfree sunbathing is tolerated on all beaches. Unlike the former East Germany , but like many other countries that were part of the Communist bloc Bulgaria's nudists were kept cordoned off behind tall fences. People always enter naked in public baths, but those are separate for men and women. Croatia has a well developed naturist culture with camp sites and hotels specifically catering for naturists. On the Istria peninsula the following nude beaches and resorts can be found:.