British visitors to French nudist resorts have been warned that they must wear face masks. They are reminded that France made masks compulsory in all indoor spaces on July 20, with only very limited exceptions – and these exceptions do not include British nudists visiting France.

This waning comes as at least 95 visitors to the French nudist resort of Cap d’Agde in the south of France have tested positive for coronavirus.  More possibly worrying results are due this week. Health officials have warned British visitors to the resort – which is also popular with swingers – that they must comply with all social distancing measures, including wearing face masks. Although naked, British visitors must wear face masks whilst inside the resort’s indoor areas, including shops, banks, restaurants, bars and clubs. The resort is said to to be the largest and most popular community of nudists anywhere in the world, with up to 40,000 people staying there at the height of a typical summer season.