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Author: Ross Velton
ISBN: 0966268342
Language: English
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Europe
Publisher: Chris Santilli (May 2003)
Rating: 4.8
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Cap d?Agde offers more than a gorgeous wide stretch of nudist beach with Libertines and naturists alike abound in Cap d?Agde, the infamous 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 Libertines and naturists alike abound in Cap d?Agde, the infamous nudist resort town in Southern France that attracts 300,000 visitors each summer. This 192-page humorous travel book tells why-with 32 color photos, guest quotes, and evaluations of accommodations, clubs, bars, restaurants, and saunas. Cap d?Agde offers more than a gorgeous wide stretch of nudist beach with some tacky gift shops and overpriced seafood restaurants.

Ross Velton has authored or co-authored five other travel books and written articles for newspapers and magazines on subjects . Ross Velton would have you believe that SEX is the PRIME emphasis and experience at Cap d'Agde

Ross Velton has authored or co-authored five other travel books and written articles for newspapers and magazines on subjects ranging from the sex clubs of Paris to soccer in Albania. Ross Velton would have you believe that SEX is the PRIME emphasis and experience at Cap d'Agde. That MAY have been true before the mid-1990s, but it is no longer. Unfortunately, this author remains preoccupied with what used to be. This book is a "How-To" manual for navigating only the sexual features of Cap d'Agde, and ignores the primary "Family-oriented" society that is Cap d'Agde.

It's a full-fledged town with its own vibe and rhythm.

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.

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In his book, Cinema Au Naturel, author Mark Storey states: "two related terms that we will continually run across are nudist and naturist. The Naked Truth About Cap d'Agde Author: Ross Velton Publisher: Chris Santilli. Although the meanings of the two terms are virtually identical, they often have different connotations for those who prefer one to the other. In America, people who believe that it is physically, socially, emotionally, and perhaps spiritually healthy to go about fully nude individually and in groups of mixed gender, wherever the weather permits and others are not offended, generally refer to themselves as "nudists".

We will return,its long bloody drive though. Date of experience: June 2016. Ask John W about Cap d’Agde Naturist Village.

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We visited Cap d'Agde naturist.

We visited Cap d'Agde naturist. So, is this the naked city? Well yes and no. You can go around naked all day if you want to and you are expected to be naked all day. We went naked all day and did in no way feel out of place but the number of visitors covering up was a bit of a surprise to us as this is supposed to be the naked city. We would estimate that about 50 – 70% cover up when walking around. Reasonable food at a reasonable price but in truth there is a far bigger selection of better restaurants at more reasonable prices in the main Cap D'Agde resort. The Naturist Village is an amazing naturist experience.

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Libertines and naturists alike abound in Cap d'Agde, the legendary nudist resort town in Southern France that attracts 300,000 visitors each summer.

This 192-page book (with 16 pages of color photos) tells you why--and how to make the most of holiday to this famous "naked city."

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.

This book gives you all the info you need to book and enjoy a trip to Cap d'Agde--with tips and tales of what really goes on, such as how the libertines, naturists, and gays each find their unique pleasures. It also evaluates the clubs, bars, saunas, restaurants, and accommodations.

Comments (7)
Karon
Ross Velton would have you believe that SEX is the PRIME emphasis and experience at Cap d'Agde. That MAY have been true before the mid-1990s, but it is no longer. Unfortunately, this author remains preoccupied with what used to be.
This book is a "How-To" manual for navigating only the sexual features of Cap d'Agde, and ignores the primary "Family-oriented" society that is Cap d'Agde. Were he describing New York City, Velton would emphasize the old 42nd Street & Times Square sex business or describe Boston through the "red light district". Very misleading. If you go to Cap d'Agde during the prime season for sex on the beach (too much of the authors' text), you will be very disappointed. European grandparents, parents, children, and grandchildren visit Cap d'Agde for the family-oriented, social nudity in a beach community. Not only are the police there to protect that, and be lifeguards, they also intervene tactfully with people who wander onto the nude beach, in clothing, to gawk. Nudite obligatoire on the beach. You will find yourself stepping over numerous sand castles, around ping pong sized balls flying through the air, and children/babies running endlessly to and from the water. There is a sexual tone to the nightlife of Cap d'Agde. Europeans are more balanced about the subject than Americans. However, it is just that...nightlife. Like after-hours television, it is available to adults who chose it, not a dawn-to-dawn experience.
Avoid this book. Go to Cap d'Agde and see for yourself.
WOGY
I am a nudist or naturalist which ever fits best. I had her of Cap d' Agde, this was a very good description of the town and the environment. I am too old to go now but maybe in the next life I can get there.
Crazy
Lots of info about a very special resort on the Med.
Cobandis
Since the book was written, people behavior has shifted dramatically. Today's (as of 2014) Cap d'Agde is absolutely fantastic place that offers unparalleled experience. The book is nice (I bought it in 2005) but does nothing with reality as of today.
Jaberini
okay
Prince Persie
I found it very informative. I also read other reviews about this book--one said many things about what the author stated are false--about the conduct of many people. I am not into much was written about that, but I did enjoy the history of the Cape. I will see for myself in July. I most likely will write a better review then.
I hope I find what the many pages concentrated on are not to the extreme the author stated. But with 40,000 people there, anyone should be able to escape such actions.

I am interested in learning more if what he has written is true or false.

I purchased the book because I wanted to learn about where I will be spending a week. I always try to research the place I have chosen to visit BEFORE I go.

This being a nude city, of course there will be nudity. Nudity defintely does not mean sex. This is the ultimate place a nudist wants to visit.
Faugami
Does Ross Velton tell the "Naked Truth About Cap d'Agde"? That depends upon your point of view. After I made my plans for a week at Cap d'Agde, I purchased the book and read it before, during and after my visit comparing it to what I saw and experienced.
First of all, the Quartier Naturiste is just that, a section of the town of Cap d'Agde where it is possible to be be naked in public at all times. Personally, I was nude 24/7 and found the experience wonderfully refreshing. In an uptight, clothe compulsive world, it is physically, mentally and spiritually liberating to be able to do all your regular daily activities like shopping, banking, eating out, going to the post office, getting your hair done, filling up your car and even going to a laundromat without the restrictive encumberances of clothes. And consider there are thousands of others of all sizes, shapes, colors and ages doing the same, it makes you realize what a very special place Cap d'Agde is.
Being the "Naked City" that it is, however, the Quartier Naturiste also attracts people of all persuasions. Not only will you see families from babies to grandparents but you'll see couples (gay and straight) and singles (mostly male) some of whom come to Cap d'Agde for its "wilder side". Half of Ross Velton's book is written for those whom he calls "libertines" (who are a minority from what I could see) and how they can go about persuing their sexual pleasure at Cap d'Agde. Not only does he list bars, clubs, and rendevous points of very stripe but he offers tips, advice and etiquette for successful swinging.
That being said, let me say that in no other source, did I find so much basic information about Cap d'Agde (the other half of the book). Not only is there a map, but there are listings and contacts for places to stay, directions on how to get there, what it will cost, when to go, restaurant reviews, bar and club reviews, etc. For this reason alone, I highly recommend it for the first time visitor whether they are just plain nudists or swinging libertines.
Fortuntately, Cap d'Agde is large enough for all. Just like you may not patronize the local bar down the street, so too, you do not have to go to a sex club. And just like the French are more accepting and open minded about public nudity in order for a place like Cap d'Agde to exist, so too is their attitude towards sex. Not having taken the libertine path myself in Cap d'Agde, I found nothing there to be any more sexually overt and flagrant than I found in any other European city.
So, buy the book, get on a plane, take off your clothes and stay for awhile so you can experience something totally unique to the world.
A well written book covering all aspects of this Naked City. Velton's book
makes us want to return to Cap D'Agde immediately, if not sooner!