For many of Europe's naturists, and the tens of thousands of swingers among them, Cap d'Agde has become a traditional summer destination, but a coronavirus outbreak here has shone an uncomfortable light on their alternative lifestyle. France has seen a surge in infections, with 7, people recently testing positive in one day. Home to the biggest naturist resort in Europe, it has a distinct focus on hedonism. Known as the "village naturiste", the resort is a secluded community with around a dozen swinger clubs and saunas as well as erotic nightclubs that have hideaways for couples to get intimate in or out of the view of others.
The swingers community represent a large part of the holiday-makers in the naturist village of Cap d'Agde. It is a meeting place for swingers from both France and abroad. The naturist village welcomes around 40, visitors every year and always has new surprises. Swingers have a taste for naturism and freedom. Some people define swinging more as a way of life while others think it is a mindset or a philosophy. What is for sure is that liberal people hold multiple meetings, exchanges, and hardly tire from these experiences. Their goal in life: To have pleasure and enjoy life.
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Christmas means trees, mistletoe, twinkling lights, presents, beautiful wreaths and tinsel, it means many things to many people. In most countries around the world where Christmas is celebrated there are shared artefacts and traditions that we all recognise. In France though I have discovered a new Christmas marker — the swinging Santa! There are Santas hanging from chimney pots, garden swings, window sills, guttering, wells, garage roofs, sheds, doors, shutters and satellite dishes.