Englischer Garten in Germany [gossiprocks.com]
Englischer Garten, situated in the center of Munich, is one of the largest public parks in Europe. Covering an area of 3.7 square kilometers, it is bigger than London’s Hyde Park and New York’s Central Park. Within the Schönfeldwiese (Schönfeld meadow) of the park, nude sunbathing has been permitted since the 1960s, which has attracted millions of nudists every year to enjoy the sun.
Rose Garden in Germany
Rose Garden Hotel is located in the center of the Black Forest region of Germany. With charming sceneries all around, the hotel only has 31 rooms in total. Known as the first nudist hotel in the country, clothes are strictly forbidden there. According to the strict house rules, guests are required to remove their clothes at the entrance and must be naked at all times.
Cap d’Agde in France
Cap d’Agde, a small town of Agde, is one of the largest resorts on the French Mediterranean. It has a large family-style naturist port which attracts more than 40,000 visitors each day during the summer-time busy season. If you want to have a nude stroll along the Mediterranean beach, or go to the bank naked, or even do a nude visit to post office and launderette, Cap d’Agde is your best choice.
Heteren Fitworld Gym in Netherland [ozxw.com]
Sitting in a small town of Heteren on the east part of the Netherlands, Fitworld Gym is renowned all over the world. From March 2007, the gym introduced "Naked Sunday" for people who like to huff and puff in the buff. According to gym rules, nude exercisers would be required to put towels down on weight machines and to use disposable seat covers while riding bikes. Thanks to the "Naked Sunday," nudists have no need to worry about the sweaty and smelling sport suits.
La Jenny Naturist Course in France [lajenny.fr]
La Jenny Naturist Course, on the French west coastline, is the only golf course in the world where nudity is not only allowed but also required. The stadium was built in 1993 and has developed greatly until 2009 when it expanded to cover an area of nine hectares. There, golfers have to take off all their clothes to drag golf bags, walk on the grass, drive golf charts, and line up their shots.
Haulover Beach Park in United States
Haulover Beach is one of very few government-sanctioned clothing-optional beaches in the United States. Located on a shoal between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, the park is 1.4 miles long, with a 0.4 mile section of clothing-optional area. With a marina, six tennis courts, a nine-hole 27-par golf course and white sand shores, the park is an ideal place for surfing, swimming, playing tennis, and of course, skinny-dipping.
CHM-Montalivet in France [naturist-camping-chm-montalivet.co.uk]
Centre Helio Marin in Montalivet, opened in 1950, is renowned as the first nude vacation resort in the world. Equipped with beaches, camping sites, restaurants, shopping center, library, theater and various sports facilities, travelers can play tennis, archery, volleyball and football, go swimming, take sun baths, see films, and do whatever they like to relax themselves – which of course includes getting naked.
World Naked Bike Ride 2008 in London, England [tripatlas.com]
The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) is recognized as the world’s largest naked protest with more than 50 cities around the world taking part. The initial message of the event was against oil dependency and celebrating the power and individuality of the human body. After 2006, there was a shift towards simplifying the message and focusing on cycling advocacy. The first 2004 WNBR saw events in 28 cities of 10 countries all over the world; by 2010, WNBR has expanded to 74 cities of 17 countries, from the United Kingdom to Paraguay.

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