Autumnal naturism

The temperature drops. For most naturists the clothes-free arena is gone, which is so for me as well.

I’ve stated before that I will not crank up the heating in order to be nude. I’m trying to be an ecology- and environmentally friendly nude person. Using resources just to stay out of clothes is not that for me.

Next Thursday (tomorrow) I plan on going to a sauna. I won’t go on Wednesdays, because that is one of those weird ‘bathing suit days’ they have set up in order to get more customers. Not for me. So Thursday.

It’s going to be nice and warm and nude and relaxing.


Actually it’s a spa complex, with several saunas, pools, massage options (yes, COVID-19-approved and safe) and a very good restaurant too.

This is where I’ll go.

It’s called Thermen Berendonk and it’s located in Wijchen (link in new tab, to Google Maps), which isn’t far from where I live. I’ve been there many times before and it’s a great place to be.

What is your favourite nude place for autumn or fall, or however you want to call it?

Author: Paul

Promoting the clothes-free lifestyle.

5 thoughts on “Autumnal naturism”

  1. Now? There’s nothing…… Zilch, zero, zip. Pre-Covid there’d be a monthly bar social and a scattering of house dinners. These’d be separate from the weekly drawing sessions, yoga, etc.

    However, I don’t wear clothes at home. I prefer a lower temp than most people so I don’t feel guilty about the heat.

  2. That looks like a great place. Is it all clothing-optional/nude [on non-Wednesdays]?

    Here in the UK, all saunas require costumes, except in very specific naturist clubs. I ignore the rule in my local spa and just put the towel over my lap if someone comes in whom I do not know. At the moment, it is irrelevant, as saunas are all closed [or supposed to be] as a result of government COVID regulations [which is stupid as the high temperature is a great way to destroy the virus].

    For me at the moment, my only nude recreation is swimming. I have access to 2 local privately-owned swimming pools, the owners of which are quite tolerant of nudity. Of course, I invite like-minded friends along.

    Maybe next time I’m in your country, I’ll check out this place.

    1. Hi Colin,
      It is all nude on non-Wednesdays. People do walk around in bathrobes here and there but that’s no enforced.
      It’s a really nice place.

      And yes, the sauna I will go to tomorrow also states that high temperatures (80+c) will burn off any virus. That is another reason to go there.

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