This blog post has been made possible thanks to the sponsorship of France4Naturisme.
Over the years that we’ve been blogging about naturist destinations, some of you have asked us to put actual ratings in our blog posts. A scale from one to five or to ten. This would make it easier for you to pick out the best places in the world for your future naturist vacations. But the thing is, there’s never a guarantee. It’s not because we think that a place is the best in the world that you will enjoy it as much as we did.
That’s why we’re not such fans of ratings. We don’t think that it’s right to influence your choice by giving a certain resort an 8 out of 10 instead of a five. There are so many external factors that may determine your experience, like the people you meet, how well you sleep and even the weather, and that might have you end up enjoying a place much more than we did. Or much less.
Ratings do make sense, however, when they are purely based on tangible things. On the facilities and accommodations. And this is what’s being done in France.
Campsite stars in France
The system of campsite stars is universal in France, so there’s no difference being made between naturist campsites and textile campsites. They are all rated based on the same set …