NORTHERN FRANCE NATURIST CAMPING
WELCOME TO LA PETIT CRETOUFFIERE
SMALL AND FRIENDLY CLOTHING OPTIONAL NATURIST RETREAT
SET ON THE BORDERS OF BRITTANY-NORMANDY & THE BEAUTIFUL PAYS DE LA LOIRE.
Universal Naturist Symbol – The Universal Naturist Symbol was voted for by naturists from all over the world in October 2020. The purpose is to recognize naturists, even when they wear clothes.
An adults-only private naturist camping site set on the beautiful borders of 3 French counties. We are a sustainable and environmentally-friendly site where you can relax and explore the stunning areas of Northern France.
In well under 2 hours from the ferry from Caen, you can be at La Petit Cretouffiere enjoying naturist camping in France where our facilities include a hot tub, dip pool, country walks, fresh home-grown produce or simply relaxing in the gorgeous French countryside.
At La Petit Cretouffiere we have several options for your relaxing naturist vacation. Our B&B has 2 private rooms in our lovely French stone cottage, and two glamping options in Pepe’s Pod which come complete with a private hot tub. A lovely fully equipped bell tent or there are 6 camping spots where you can bring your own tent, rent a tent or park your camper.
Book with confidence, we understand travel regulations may change if you are affected and are unable to come please advise as soon as possible all payments including deposits can be carried over to a future date or refunded
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Why stay with Kim and Steve at la petite Cretouffiere?
Adults only clothing optional accommodation
Small and friendly getaway with private gardens – sun and shaded areas with loungers provided.
We are surrounded by beautiful, tranquil countryside with lots of peace and quiet.
Arrive as guests and leave as friends.
La Petit Cretouffiere location
The Pays de la Loire, is the région of France which encompasses the western departments of Mayenne, Sarthe, Maine-et-Loire, Vendée, and Loire-Atlantique. Pays de la Loire is bounded by the régions of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté to the northwest, Normandy to the north, Centre to the east, and Nouvelle-Aquitaine to the south. The Bay of Biscay in the Atlantic Ocean lies to the west.
Brittany is France’s northwesternmost region, and it is a hilly peninsula extending out toward the Atlantic Ocean. Its lengthy, rugged coastline is dotted with beach resorts such as chic Dinard and walled Saint-Malo, built on a rock in the English Channel. The Pink Granite Coast is famed for its unusual, blush-hued sand and rocks. Brittany is known for its abundant prehistoric menhirs (a type of megalith)
Normandy is a region of northern France. Its varied coastline includes white-chalk cliffs and WWII beachheads, including Omaha Beach, the site of the famous D-Day landing. Just off the coast, the rocky island of Mont-Saint-Michel is topped by a soaring Gothic abbey. The city of Rouen, dominated by Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rouen, is where the military leader and Catholic saint Joan of Arc was executed in 1431.