by Mark

We have been visiting naturist beaches for some time now. It is mainly me who happens to "stumble across them" when we are on holiday on the Atlantic coast. Once again last year while on holiday in Medoc we found the local beach unsatisfactory and we happened to find the car park next to Euronat. A short stroll across the dunes and a walk up the beach and by chance - lots of naturists. There is also a horse riding centre next to the entrance of Euronat and we booked our daughter for a ride. Imagine her surprise when it went straight into the naturist centre. "But daddy, there were lots of people without clothes on..." Funny that she did not see us as we took the opportunity to explore Euronat for an hour. You can go in and have a look around for free if you seem genuine. You can also apparently get a day pass for around 8 euros from memory.

Well we went in to our first ever naturist camp and wandered around for half an hour. I stripped off naturally but my wife was a little reluctant, however we left with all the brochures and may well be booking up our first ever naturist holiday in the future. The great thing is that you can spend a couple of weeks there without leaving - restaurants, cinema, loads of clubs. The only thing is that the pool seems a little small.

Great site by the way - let's hope lots more people hear about it.

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Oct 05, 2009
by: Anonymous

The caravan was lovely better than I thought it would be -just lovely. The September weather was perfect for us Cumbrians. The sea was strong but we had fun running in and out the waves. It was a lovely beach and we took walks in the wooded area. The cycling was good fun too.

I recommend the take away chips and the croissants from the bakery. For food and bottled water we headed to the local supermarket out at Soulac-Sur-Mer, which in the car was just 4 miles away up the coast. You can live there cheaper this way.

We need to take the cards next time for the evenings with our wine. The wine is 8 euroes in the site wine shop. You fill your own plastic bottle - the red is good, it knocks you out!

We'll go back next year (2010) for three weeks in a tent- fantastic! Here in Cumbria, in the Lake District, the September nights are cold in a tent.

Oct 05, 2009
Cumbria to Euronat very pleasant .
by: Anonymous

From Cumbria we flew from Liverpool JLA to Bordeaux. We picked up the booked car at the airport with no problems. We headed to St Medard-en-Jalles, then to Le Porge and straight up to Vendays-Montalivet. We went through Mayan and turned left - at the end of the road was Euronat. It was a lovely quiet journey with no hassels.

The caravan was all it said on the website. We hired cycles for a day. The beach was the best we have been on in September - the waves were choppy.

We are planning to come back in 2010 for two holidays already. The health shop on site is great. You can do your own clay face and body.

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