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Nudist FAQs

Visiting a naturist/clothing optional resort for the first time is an enjoyable and rewarding experience. However, for some people it can, at first, be quite daunting. You will have many questions in your mind, questions that we at Vritomartis naturist resort have been asked many times. To help you as you approach your visit, here are some of the most frequently asked questions.

For Men

A. We are happy to welcome anyone who genuinely wishes to experience a naturist holiday. As with all guests, you are required to book a room for your stay with us.
A. Not usually unless, you are a guest of a resident. We are a residential resort and not a sun-club where day guests are often permitted.
A. We do not have any special rules for single men. Everyone who stays in our resort is expected to respect the other resident and their personal space and privacy. For example, as a first-time naturist, you may be tempted to stare at your fellow-guests. As in any ‘non-naturist’ circumstance, staring is intrusive and will not be tolerated. Naturists are naturally welcoming and friendly but use mature judgement to ensure that you do not intrude. “Do as you would be done by” is a good rule to follow!
A. This is entirely normal and natural. In a world where women are seemingly judged and compared physically in almost every aspect of everyday life, the idea of being seen naked in public can for many women be terrifying. The natural belief is that they too will be looked at and “compared” but nothing could be further from the truth. Quite frankly, naturists are not interested in looking and comparing; they are simply interested in soaking up the hot rays of the sun in a friendly, non-judgemental environment. Do not force the issue! To do so would probably have the opposite effect. Be encouraging and supporting and let your partner observe how other females enjoy their nudity.
A This is a very natural and common fear among men but very rarely happens. The environment at naturist resort Vritomartis is one of quiet relaxation and ironically, with so much nudity on display it becomes almost ‘non-sexual’. If you did become ‘excited’ then the simplest way to deal with this is to cover yourself with your towel or lie on your front, or take a swim (the simplest and most effective!).
A. Absolutely – Yes! Vritomartis Naturist Resort has been established for well over 20 years and in that time we have welcomed many ‘first-timers’. It has been our great delight to see then go from being timid, hesitant and yes, SCARED, to become confident and relaxed with their public nudity, enjoying the freedom and lack of stress that naturism brings. We have then been happy to see them return many, many times. Come and join them!

For Women

A. This is an entirely natural fear that many women on their first visit experience. Whilst no-one will physically force you to take off your clothes (!), Vritomartis naturist resort is for those people who wish to be naked in order to enjoy the great benefits of the sun. Nudity is compulsory around the swimming pool area, in the swimming pool and on the naturist beach but clothes must be worn in the hotel itself, in the bars and restaurants and in the shop. Many women when moving around do cover up with a sarong or ‘wrap’ but that is their choice to do so or not.
A. You don’t need to because it won’t happen! Staring is intrusive and naturists don’t do it. Nor do they compare bodies or body parts. We are all different and naturists respect and indeed celebrate those differences.
A. Only to go into the ‘clothed’ areas of the resort (see above). The whole ethos of Vritomartis Naturist Resort is naturism and to be honest, once you have experienced swimming without a costume, you’ll never want to wear one again!
A. This again is something that naturist women often have to deal with. You will be aware of the dates of your monthly cycle and know ahead of time, if this is likely to occur during your stay with us. You can continue to be completely naked by reducing the length of the tampon string so that it is not noticeable.
A. This is a perfectly normal worry often held by non-naturists, but you should not confuse nudity with sexuality or sexual behaviour. Being naked is entirely natural and there is no better experience than to swim or sunbathe without clothes. At Vritomartis naturist resort, we have a strict code of conduct, but naturists conduct themselves in a very open but ‘controlled’ manner and are deeply respectful of their fellow guests. It is rare that we have ever had to have a “quiet word” about the behaviour of any guest.
A. We are not that kind of resort. Vritomartis is focused on rest and relaxation and whilst we have a comprehensive programm of entertainment, it does not involve events of this kind. Naturism is not a competitive past-time.

A. We are sure you will enjoy it. More and more women have come to realize the health benefits of naked sunbathing, and not only physical but mental as well, providing as it does a wonderful release from daily stress. For a woman, once you have taken the first step, you will find that being naked is incredibly empowering.

As regards skin damage, this is rare among naturists as they are more aware than most people of how important it is to take care of one’s skin. Using a good quality sun cream with the appropriate Sun Protection Factor and following the proven recommendations for sunbathing will ensure that you stay safe and undamaged. You will return from your holiday with a healthy, golden glow and be glad that you took that first step into naturism at Vritomartis naturist resort!