NUDIST CAMPS AND BEACHES IN CROATIA
Besides swimming without any clothes on, real naturists appreciate the balance between man and nature, so they prefer to stay outdoors to enjoy sports and healthy food.
Therefore, there are specialized nudist camps particularly popular among the naturists. Naturist camps offer in Croatia is considered to be in the European very top, just behind France and UK.
Currently there are 12 specialized nudist camps in Croatia, of which 6 are in Istria, most popular being Koversada camp near Vrsar.Season peak is in August, when traditional Miss nudism pageant is organized on camp beach.
Besides Koversada, there are more well known camps in Istria, such as: Kanegra near Umag, Valalta at the entrance to the Limski canal, Solaris and Ulika near Poreč, and camp on the peninsula in the village of Funtana.More nudist beaches have been opened in the vicinity of Rovinj, Poreč and Medulin.
Offer is quite rich on the Kvarner islands where most known nudist beaches are Baldarin and Kovačine on island Cres, Vespera on island Lošinj, Kandarola on island Rab ( where the season of skinny dipping was opened in 1936 by British King Edward VIII, who was the first king which abdicated because of love for the Wallis Simpson, American indented citizen).
On island Pag, nudists can find their place under the sun in specialized parts of Šimuni and Straško camps, while in the Zadar region they can enjoy at Punta Skala beach on the peninsula near Petrčane.
Among middle Dalmatian islands offer for nudists leaps out on island Hvar with beach on island Zečevo (where you can get by boat from Jelsa), beaches Jerolim, Stipanska and Mlin near city of Hvar and beach on island Palmižana.
Well-known nudist beaches near Makarska are Vrulja (in between Pisak and Brela), Dračevac in between Tučepi and Podgora and the part of Sveti Petar beach on peninsula within the city of Makarska. Most famous beach in Makarska region is Nugal which is situated in proximity of the town.
Naturist paradise is a small island Proizd near city if Vela Luka on west side of island of Korčula.
Dubrovnik region, besides well known naturist beaches in Lapad (in the area of Babin Kuk) and on island Lokrum (just in front of the Old town), hosts many beautiful naturist destinations on nearby Elafiti islands, such as Šunj beach on island Lopud, beach near Donje Čelo on northern part of island Koločep, and beach in Župa Dubrovačka between Plat and Mlini.
All along the Croatian coast there are a lot of places which are not officially nudist, but it is well known that these are usually used only by naturists. Despite the tolerance Croatian National Tourist Board advises tourists-naturists to avoid being the first naturists on unknown beach, especially if it is situated nearby a town or a village.
In Croatia there is no law which exactly defines what is nudist beach and what are the boundaries of those beaches, so it is not rare to see dressed and naturists on the same beach.
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