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Naturist Times, Issue #0041 -- Bits and Pieces!
June 23, 2018
Naturist Times, 23rd June 2018
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NOT BOOKED YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY? DON'T PANIC!I think that we have mentioned before that we rarely book holidays more than a week in advance.
If, like us you have yet to book your summer holidays, then we have included here some accommodation that, at the time of writing, still have some vacancies during July and August!
Greenwood VillaYou will find 'Greenwood Villa' tucked away in the pine scented tranquility of the beautiful coastal Montgo National Park near Jávea, Northern Costa Blanca, Spain.
This is a child free naturist bed and breakfast which, because of its privacy and location, is a naturist's paradise.
Naturist B&B at Greenwood Villa is perfect for first time naturists and seasoned nudists alike.
TissendieYou will discover Tissendie, surrounded by sunflowers, fields and pretty medieval villages and castles, in the beautiful area of Tarn et Garonne in southern France.
The gîte comprises a 13th Century cottage with a twin and a double bedroom, a shower room and toilet, separate galley kitchen and dining area – ideal for a small family holiday stay.
Another three double rooms in an adjoining area allows a total of twelve people to sleep comfortably, ideal for a larger group.
We now travel across the Atlantic to the Caribbean.
Hosted by Christopher and Mario, Breezy B&B offers you a wonderful naturist experience on the beautiful Caribbean island of Curacao.
The accommodation consists of a cosy ensuite double bedroom and single bed for children.
Breezy is a modern home on the edge of the the new suburb of Grote Berg, facing a nature conservation zone, and with sea views.
What a perfect place to unwind and relax under the sun by the pool.
This is ideal for a solo traveller, a couple, or a family with one child who prefer to spend the day sunbathing in private, chilling and exploring the west side of the island, with all this has to offer.
VritomartisBack across the Atlantic to the Mediterranean Sea and Crete, where we find Vritomartis Resort which took its name from an ancient Minoan goddess worshiped in the area. She was often depicted as a mermaid - how appropriate!
The family run hotel and bungalows offer quality naturist holidays and are located near the village of Hora Sfakion on the south coast of Crete. This region is one of the most spectacular and unspoiled coastal areas of this beautiful island.
Why stay at Vritomartis? Well, one very good reason is that, being a family run resort you are guaranteed the very best of service from a dedicated staff!
Fig Leaf Villas
Finally, we travel the short distance to mainland Greece.
Fig Leaf Villas was founded in 2008 and is owned and run by Quee Stobbs.
It is a wonderful and popular naturist destination situated in Messinia in the Southern Peloponnese in Greece. It is a holiday destination with something for everyone.
There are three well-equipped villas which are set in an acre of landscaped terraced gardens full of beautiful sweet-smelling flowers, shrubs, fruit trees and herbs.
These all nestle amongst olive groves with breathtaking views down to the sea and the mountains beyond.
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Having got that out of the way, if you should contact any of the many wonderful naturist accommodations that appear on our site we would really appreciate it if you mentioned our names. Many thanks!
We love hearing from you and thank you very much to all our fellow naturists who contact us. We will always try to reply to you.
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Have a great naturist summer!
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