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A devoutly Catholic country, Italy has fully accepted the concept of nudism and naturism tourism. You will find a good number of naturist beaches in Italy though they may be less in number as compared to other European and Mediterranean countries.

In 2006, legislation was passed saying that beaches which were traditionally mostly for naturists will post signs declaring that they're nude beaches. Avoid going nude on a public, overcrowded beach if you do not want to pay fines up to €1200.

There are now plenty of designated nude beaches in Italy that you can choose from, most of which are marked at the entrance look for Spiagge per Nudisti.

Here you will find official naturist beaches authorized by local authorities and unofficial beaches. As well as naturist campsites, a naturist village, bed and breakfasts, villas and a resort.
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