The resort has plenty of hotel rooms, but also sits in a clothing-optional development where folks sit out on their sun porches and read the paper like any Florida retirees, just sans garments.
It's not unusual to see guests biking for their morning baguettes in the buff, and unlike many clothing-optional resorts in the Caribbean and Mexico, children are totally welcome.
There's also an awesome lazy river.
Description: But if you want a vacation that goes au natural in every way possible, this is one of the best places on Earth. That's the theory here where clothing is completely optional, a "European-style" spa resort where guests are encouraged to dip in the springs, sunbathe, and generally relax in the buff.