After all, what is no clothes holiday, resorts and cruises are also areas without clothes, honeymoon couples go crazy
No Clothes Holidays: Going to the beach to spend holidays without clothes is becoming famous these days. People nowadays like to celebrate honeymoons, bike rides and even festivals without clothes and it is named as No Clothes Holidays.
Holidays without clothes continue to grow in popularity. Couples are now preferring to go to such festivals and places where they do not have to wear clothes. Especially in the UK, the No Clothes Tourism Industry is growing. Both UK and foreign nationals come here in increased numbers.
In Spain, too, naturalists can take off their clothes on many sand beaches, including the Vera Playa Naturist Zone. The exemption to do so is here 365 days a year. There are also many such websites which send people on this special vacation ie no clothes festival. It is described as an “adult vacation where you can go without clothes if you want”. All resorts and cruises here include those made in the non-clothing area. So let’s know about some such unique travel and options.
A couple who prefer to live completely without clothes, decided to head to the biggest “nudist city” for their romantic honeymoon. Nudist city Cap d’Adge is a seaside French city on the Mediterranean coast where people are allowed to spend their lives completely naked.
As reported by The Sun, a couple named Arthur O’Urso and Luana Kazaki chose Cap d’Agde as the number one destination for their honeymoon. He added: “Couples should look for new experiences early in their marriage and not let it freeze. “Every couple must start a new chapter of marriage again with experience, fun apart from adventure and new things. But one thing should be kept in mind that if you are caught doing some rude or indecent act in public places here, then you can also be fined up to Rs 15 lakh.
Being naked in public is also not considered a crime in England and Wales, but it is a crime when done with the intention of causing harassment, alarm or distress.