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Swedish Naturist Federation SNF
« on: July 19, 2012, 12:49:18 pm »
The Swedish Naturist Federation consists of a national association and twenty local associations, some of them run naturist campsites. All associations are members of a national federation, which in turn is a member of the International Naturist Federation INF / FNI.


And here is a page with links to those 20 local associations. Brilliant.

This quote from the Scandinavian naturist portal is encouraging.
Being allowed to roam freely in nature is part of the cultural heritage of Scandinavia. This right is partly set down in common law, partly in legislation. The public right of access to the countryside gives you a unique opportunity to roam freely in beautiful, unspoiled nature, and to enjoy the sun and the water as a naturist. These possibilies are a valuable supplement to the more "civilised" life on the club grounds and the naturist beaches.
« Last Edit: July 19, 2012, 02:14:29 pm by Toddo »


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Re: Swedish Naturist Federation SNF
« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2012, 07:34:24 pm »
Thank you that information. It's definitely something people should give a look to.  :smiley:


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Re: Swedish Naturist Federation SNF
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2012, 11:32:26 pm »
I never saw this topic before heading to Sweden a couple of weeks ago.  Granted i was only there for a couple of days, yet in that small time i discovered that there was a relaxed attitude towards clothes.  I went along to one of the many beaches in Stockholm with a friend, it was incredibly tiny but because it was a nice day there were people sunbathing, one of whom was topless (albeit laying face down). 

The impression i got suggests to me that there is a very liberal attitude towards nudity in Sweden.  This appears to be the case across Scandinavia as well.  Worth a visit if you ever get a chance.