A visit to the naturist Village d'Origan

Village Origan is a naturist village for those who want to get back in touch with nature and enjoy the charms of Provence.
Situated on the border between the Alpes de Haute Provence and the Alpes-Maritimes, Village Origan, a large naturist estate, is ideal for enjoying the great outdoors and discovering the magnificent Provencal hinterland. It's also the perfect opportunity to visit the Côte d'Azur and take a trip to the beach to connect with nature.

A green setting in the heart of Provence

The Origan naturist village is undoubtedly one of the largest naturist villages in France. Situated close to the Mercantour National Park, the village is surrounded by nature as far as the eye can see, and offers numerous hiking trails of varying difficulty.
Those who prefer more rocky natural landscapes and those who enjoy water activities can take the car and head for the Daluis gorges, which begin at the Gueydan bridge and end at Guillaumes. These can be recognised by their ochre colour and are around thirty kilometres from the naturist village.

Finally, lovers of wide open spaces can take their discovery a little further and head for the Mediterranean Sea. Certain stretches of beach are reserved for naturists if you want to enjoy the benefits of nature in complete peace and quiet. There are several tourist towns to visit, such as Nice and Cannes, but you can also head back inland to visit the picturesque villages if you're looking for a little more peace and quiet on your holiday.

The ideal place for naturist walks

If you can't imagine a holiday without sporting activities or hiking trails, the Origan village is the ideal place to put down your bags for a week or two. Its location near the Vauban town of Entrevaux makes it the ideal base for exploring the Mercantour National Park and its magnificent scenery.
Origan is also known as a heaven for naturist walkers. There are special hiking trails for naturists, where you don't need to cover up. Simply slip on your shoes, take a water bottle and put your rucksack on your back to set off on an adventure and enjoy the benefits of nature under the Provencal sun.

The Origan village trail lets you discover many of Provence's aromatic plants and takes you along a four-kilometre path with a 300-metre gradient. Marked out from start to finish, it is accessible to most holidaymakers, and the final point at 800 metres altitude offers magnificent views over the valley and Origan.

Numerous accommodation options

Specially designed to allow naturists to enjoy nature in complete tranquillity, Domaine de l'Origan has a wide range of accommodation available, with varying degrees of comfort and spacing.
If you prefer to be as close to nature as possible, the village offers pitches for a tent or camper van, with or without electricity. This is the cheapest option on the campsite, for those who really want a change from everyday life.

For those who prefer to keep a bit of comfort during their holiday, other accommodation is available, ranging from simple mobile homes to small, comfortable villas and wooden chalets. These places have all the necessary equipment, a kitchen, a bathroom and bedrooms. All you have to do is pack your bags and enjoy your holiday.