Stayed there for a week in late August. The weather was warm 6 days out of the seven so we could not complain and we both got a good tan. The village is starting to look a little tired and could probably do with being repainted etc. The beach is very nice and clean. Some of the restaurants are better than others with Le Ghymnos being the best we found. (Large plates of very good food.) As a general rule avoid any where only one or two couples are eating. The bakery and the shops have everything you need food wise. There are several commercial areas around the complex so if you do not see what you want in one move on to the next. The prices are reasonable. What do you wear in a naturist village? In the evening most people put clothes on, however for the ladies anything that you can wear in the UK on a night out will be too frumpy for this place! My advice is take one outfit and that is it. Wear it on the first day see what everyone else is wearing and buy a couple of dresses when you are out there. There are plenty of places selling clothes and the competition ensures that prices are reasonable, (also forget the underwear, you won’t need it!). Guys can get away easier, my advice take designer jeans and black trousers, buy a shirt or T-shirt out there.
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