The nightlife in the nudist quarter isn't always for the faint of heart. While there are typical bars and lounges, there are some with signs pronouncing they are for "couples only." If this is not your cup of tea, you can certainly avoid these spots and your only contact will be reading the signs out front. They are very discreet.
Ernest Hemingway Cafe in the Port Ambonne shopping center is quite mellow and offers drinks typically found in the States like Bloody Marys.
Tantra Club, located at Port Nature, is a discotheque open from 9 p.m. until dawn. Its slogan is "Sexy Vibration," if that tells you anything.
Le 2x2, in Port Ambonne, leaves little to imagination, both in its name and the signs on the building. This couples-only club features a sauna, jacuzzi and bar. Its open daily from 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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Actually I did wear clothes! And at first it seems some people are wearing them too, until your in there and have a closer look and realise those pants actually have no crotch, or that dress is actually body paint....................
The harbour front at night really comes alive with many of the restaurants/bars on the front featuring live artists/bands. Although the drinks are not particularly cheap (bottled lagers/shorts/cocktails being quite expensive) it is worth paying for a couple of drinks and taking your time, to watch the yachts, harbour lights, people walking along the harbour, and listen to some music.
Dress Code: No dress codes but most people do make an effort at night and dress up slightly - so no bikini wear, ripped/dirty jeans, etc. unless you want to stand out.
As in things to do tip - Ile Aux Loisirs has a casino, nightclub, Luna Park fairground, open nightly during tourist season (luna park closes for season around first week of September).
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