We have yet to find a better place for a naturist holiday. This year, the pool has been improved, so in addition to the salt water pool (which is quite bracing first thing in the day!) there is now a heated, outdoor chlorinated pool, with two hot tubs.
Accommodation has been updated in some areas, but there are also signs of improved landscaping all around the camp.
Most people here are Germans or Austrians, with Italians, Croatians, etc also in large numbers. Most staff speak good English, but understanding some German words can help!
Visitors need to cover up in the site reception, supermarket and restaurants, but otherwise, all areas are nude. We were a bit disappointed in the small number of people coming to the pool dressed or in bikinis - it can feel a little uncomfortable to be naked and for others not to be. The camp rules state that pool and beach users should be naked, but I would hope that the staff enforce this better - I can wear clothes anywhere, but naturism should be the rule in a naturist resort!
We were self-catering, but the main restaurant (mostly used by those on B&B or half-board rates) is reasonable value about £7.00 per person for buffet breakfast, £13.00 for buffet all you can eat dinner. Be aware, the food is good, but quite German orientated.
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