The Naked Truth About Cap d'Agde
Making the most of a holiday in Southern France's celebrated
A juicy travel book by Ross Velton
Libertines and naturists alike abound in Cap
the legendary nudist resort town in Southern France
that attracts 300,000 visitors each summer.
Cap d'Agde offers more than a gorgeous wide stretch of nudist
beach with some tacky gift shops and overpriced seafood restaurants. It's a full-fledged
town with its own vibe and rhythm. Cap d'Agde can be laid back and sensual, exciting
and erotic, busy and overbearing, and earthy and rude-but never quite normal and
normally quite surreal.
When you see 100 people huddled in a circle on a certain stretch
of beach in the Cap, don't automatically assume that they are waiting to buy ice
creams. And, yes, you were the only person wearing clothes in the queue at the
post office the other day.
Cap d'Agde helps you make the transition from the humdrum
to the slightly fantastic.
you cut through the media hype of what goes on at this amazing nudist town.
the restaurants, bars, dance clubs, saunas, and sex clubs in Cap d'Agde.
Explains how nudists, Lifestylers, and gays all find their unique pleasures.
The 192-page book is 5½ by 8½ inches with 16
pages of 32 color photos and many other pages with B/W photos. ISBN: 0-9662683-4-2.