Nakation Chronicles II: France and Corsica

Installment number two of my attempt to chronicle our naturist travels as I go about sorting through the thousands of photos we’ve collected over the years…

Two big events in 2004: We bought a new digital camera (our first Canon Digital Rebel), and we got away for almost two weeks without the kids to explore the south of France and Corsica.

After an afternoon picnic a beach called La Bau Rouge near Toulon, we boarded the overnight ferry to Corisca, where Riva Bella became our home base, situated on a long naturist beach on the east coast of this beautiful island. That also afforded us the opportunity to visit two other naturist resorts, La Chiappa near Porto Vechhio, and U-Furu; a rustic naturist campground with a trail that leads up a small ravine to natural pools and a waterfall.

Back on the mainland, we made our first visit to Club Origan where one of the main features is a 90-minute walk along the ridges of the surrounding mountains. That became our daily workout ritual. We were also able to squeeze in a day trip to Ile du Levant – what would become the first of many in the ensuing years.

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Naked Places in France

Naked Places elsewhere in EuropeUnder Construction

Naked Places in North America

Naked Places in the Caribbean, Central, and South America – Under Construction

Naked Places in Asia, Africa, and Australia

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3 thoughts on “Nakation Chronicles II: France and Corsica

  1. Nudist Reader says:

    Corsica is such a beautiful island… I was camping in La Chiappa for a few nights and loved the grounds and the ambience.

    Tahiti plage, just 30 minutes away is a stunning beach and quite friendly with naturists as well! Dreaming of going back and trying out other destinations, U-furu sounds tempting!

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