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first_img RelatedTop 10 best nudist beaches in Europe: video and picturesNude is bang on trend this summer. But we’re not talking about nude heels or handbags; we’re talking about ditching your clothes and opting for a “nakation”. Nervous about bearing it all but fancy giving it a go? Novice or old pro to sunbathing in your birthday suit, you’ll be…Cool Courses: weird and wonderful golfing around the worldCool Courses: weird and wonderful golfing around the world6 Bargain flights to Europe from £40Summer may be rushing past at a rate of knots, yet even at this late stage there are still chances to bag bargain flights to popular sun-baked destinations like Faro or Ibiza for as little as £59. But if you’re after something a bit different from your summer hols, why… Beat the baggage charges – don’t pack any clothes! A Skyscanner poll showed that 2% of Skyscanner users have booked a ‘nakation’, so how about going to back to basics? We reveal the top ten places to holiday as nature intended.1. Naked sauna – Kotiharju, Helsinki, FinlandFinns have long enjoyed getting hot and naked with their friends and the country boasts an average of one sauna for every household. Steam yourself silly in The Kotiharju Sauna, the only remaining sauna in Helsinki which is still powered by a wood-burning stove. 2. Naked golf – La Jenny, FranceLa Jenny naturist resort near Bordeaux in south-west France offers Europe’s only naked golf course, and features six holes spread over nine hectares as well as an indoor and outdoor driving range. 3. Naked village – Costa Natura, SpainThis cosmopolitan village near Malaga on the Costal Del Sol has nearly 200 apartments and was the first naturist settlement in Spain. Nude enthusiasts can enjoy Costa Natura’s facilities which include a heated swimming pool, volleyball court, tropical gardens and nudist beach. 4. Naked festival – Okayama, JapanEvery year in the town of Okayama, 9000 scantily clad men take to the streets to celebrate Hadaka Matsuri – Naked Festival. An important Shinto tradition, the event has become popular with tourists who also join the locals dressed only in loin cloths.5. Naked scuba diving – FijiBuff Divers is a company that offers ‘clothing optional’ scuba at sites all around the world, including the tropical climes of Fiji. Naked divers will need to watch out for stinging creatures, spiky sea urchins and stray conger eels. 6. Naked hiking – Harz Mountains, GermanyIn Germany’s Harz Mountains, an 18km naked trial opened to nudist walkers in May so fans of hiking as nature intended can jump on a flight to Berlin to join the clothes-free fun or ‘Nacktwanderen’ for themselves. 7. Naked sailing – CroatiaThere are a total of 1,185 islands which lie off the coast of Croatia, many of which are very secluded, making them a popular spot for nudist sailing trips. You can even book yourself a berth on a large sailboat offering nude cruises running out of Split.8. Naked fishing – Lake Tekapo, New ZealandIf you’re angling for a fishing trip with a difference, try a fully instructed naked fishing expedition at Lake Tekapo Holiday Park on New Zealand’s South Island. A rod and some tackle are essential (sorry! couldn’t resist!). 9. Naked bungy jumping – Nanaimo, CanadaThe centrepiece of the annual ‘Naked Weekend’ celebrations on Valentine’s Day weekend in Nanaimo, Vancouver is a naked tandem bungy jump, where lovers strip off and leap over 140 feet together above the ice-cold water below. 10. Naked Skiing – Obertraun, AustriaThe famous naked skiing contest in Crested Butte, Colorado may have stopped, but you can still get your naked snow sports fix in Obertraun, Austria, which offers the world’s first naked cross-country skiing route in a sheltered valley 1,700m above sea level.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more