People took part in a traditional sea bathing to mark New Year's end on December 31, 2013 on a nudist beach in Le Cap d'Agde, southern France. All pics/AFP
After Second World War, the Oltra brothers noticed that people were coming in increasing numbers to camp on their land. Many of these people liked to bathe and to sunbathe nude
Cap d'Agde is a self-contained town, which is sometimes referred to as the 'Naked City'. Nudity is legal and common in the whole resort
As per the history of naturism at Cap d'Agde, the land adjoining the long sandy beach here was owned for many years by the Oltra family who farmed the olive groves behind the sand dunes adjoining the beach
Cap d'Agde is a seaside resort on the Mediterranean sea in Agde, France
The beach, where nudity is technically mandatory, has a length of about 2 kilometres (1 mile) and is about 30 metres (100 feet) wide
If you are travelling from Paris, then you can either take a flight or train till to Montpellier
People come to this beach during New Year's Eve to take part in traditional sea bath
The temperature drops in the evening, and therefore, most people are seen wearing clothes
Even on December 31, 2017, people took part in traditional sea bathing as part of New Year's celebrations on on the nudist beach
Here is a look at one of the world's popular beaches where you can shop, dine, and roam around naked.
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