Cap d’Agde is  “village naturiste” in France. And no, you may absolutely not go there with your clothes on. In fact, they have fairly stringent rules. Check them out, after the jump.

Once you are in, you will have certain rules to follow. They include:

  • Access to the quarter is reserved for naturists or those working there.
  • Total nudity is obligatory within the quarter and on the beach, when climatic conditions permit. (I have, however, seen many people dressed there on a warm day. Also, most people dress for dinner. That is the etiquette standard for evening dining in the quarter.)
  • Photo shots and filming are strictly limited to members of the family.
  • There are also several laws banning any sort of lewd, crude or pornographic behavior in the nudist quarter.
Stunning. To read more about nightlife, rates, and shopping with your bits out, click here.

[Source : GoFrance]