This list of social nudity places in Europe is a list of places where social nudity is practised for recreation in Europe. It includes free beaches or clothing-optional beaches or nude beaches and some naturist resorts. Naturism is popular in Austria , with social nudity places typically indicated by FKK signs. Designated locations include camping spots, beaches, and hotels. Public saunas in Belgium are always mixed gender and nudity is the norm when using these. Topfree sunbathing is tolerated on all beaches.
Inside Britain's secretive naked village Spielplatz in Hertfordshire
Inside Britain's secretive naked village Spielplatz in Hertfordshire | Daily Mail Online
By Jennifer Smith for MailOnline. Nestled quietly to the side of the M25, it appears to be like any other commuter village. But among the cluster of well-kept houses and community centres lies a group of residents living life a little differently. For the people of Spielplatz in Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire, form one of the country's few naked villages, having lived in the nude for more than 85 years. Scroll down for video. A documentary exposing the lifestyle of a small community of naturists in a small village on London's commuter belt will be shown next month.
Britain's secret nudist village: Meet the people going about their daily business absolutely naked
The villagers complain about the comments on social media and the local tourists who take pictures in front of the entrance sign while passing through the settlement. The headman of the village, which is located on the road of Troy Ruins and has a history of 5, years, stated that they are tired of being misunderstood due to its name. Although its name is the subject of jokes, the people of the village do not want the name of the village to be changed.
Spielplatz in Hertfordshire looks like any other sleepy little village, but there's something VERY different about living here. Splashing in the swimming pool, mowing the lawn, even enjoying a pint in the local, its inhabitants are always stripped for action. Next month it opens its doors for the first time for a no-shorts-and-all TV documentary for More4.