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Naturism in Croatia - Fkk - Croatia

In Croatia there are over 30 nudist camps and settlements. The first nudist beach was opened on the island of Rab in 1934. Croatia remains one of the most desirable naturist holiday destinations. In addition to the official naturist villages there are also so-called free nudist beach, which can be found all over the Croatian coast.

ISTRIA - Porec / Vrsar***
The three-star naturist camp Istra has during the last several years been acknowledged as one of Croatia’s best campsites as well as having been awarded ADAC and BNV certificates.
Located close to the fishing village of Funtana, 6 kilometres south of Poreč in Istria, the camp can accommodate up to 3,000 guests. Accommodation options include 13 mobile homes and a number of spacious camping plots which benefit from the shade provided by holly oaks, as well as a view of the small islands that the camp’s coastline faces.
This naturist camping site has a 1,000 metre long beach with a number of sunbathing areas being available.
Facilities include 3 restaurants and a shop as well as a sports centre, four tennis courts and a children’s playground. Diving lessons are available as well as beach volleyball facilities.
Evening entertainment programmes are provided and include Istrian folk group performances.

Campsite Kanegra is a small and newly renovated four star naturist campsite located 10 kilometres from the town of Umag in Istria. The camp has been the recipient of the ADAC Yellow Board, Tourist Flower – Quality for Croatia award, as well as recognised as one of Croatia’s Best Camps.
Accommodating up to 400 guests on 193 camp pitches, some of which are very spacious and luxurious, Kanegra also offers 233 bungalows and apartments.
For recreation, guests can choose from a wide variety of pastimes, from lounging on the camp’s pebble and naturally shaded beach, through to taking part in volleyball, coccoball, basketball, soccer, handball and shooting on the camp’s own shooting range. There is an additional charge for use of tennis courts and water sports such as banana boat rides, pedal boats, beach canoes and jet-ski’s, as well as for table tennis, mini golf and use of rental bicycles.
A regular evening entertainment programme is provided, featuring live music, themed entertainment events, sports competitions and DJ music.
Complementing this large range of activities is the camp’s a la carte restaurant, pizzeria, snack bar, cocktail bar and coffee bar!

With probably the longest naturism tradition in Europe, the three star Naturist Park Koversada is situated 2 kilometres south of Vrsar on the western coast of Istria.
Camp Koversada is the largest naturist campsite in Europe. The camp can accommodate up to 5,000 guests and covers an area of almost 1 million square metres, in a quiet setting featuring 1,000 olive trees and other Mediterranean foliage. Linked to the campsite by a bridge is a small island which is part of the campsite and is reserved for tent camping. The island is considered to be the birthplace of naturism.

With a five kilometre shoreline composed of stone and pebble beaches, the camp also offers two sandy beaches specially for children, as well as a series of entertainment programmes such as the Miss Koversada beauty pageant and themed entertainment programmes with live music.
Recreational sports activities include tennis, basketball, 5-a-side football, handball, beach volleyball ad numerous water sports.
Nearby Vrsar is available for exploration and can be reached via a tourist train that runs between the campsite and the town.

Camp Solaris is a three star campsite located in Tar Vabriga, 12 kilometres from Poreč in Istria, and is one of the most popular naturist campsites in the region.
Winner of a number of ADAC Yellow Board awards over the last few years, Solaris is part of the naturist complex of the same name situated on the Lanterna peninsula.
With a range of apartments and pavilions set in woodland, many of the campsite’s shady and spacious camping plots are arranged by the sea. Guests have at their disposal 2.5 kilometres of mostly stone shoreline dotted with a number of small pebble or grass covered coves and walled sunbathing areas.
A feature of the camp is its children’s entertainment programme, as well as its varied sports programme which includes a water sports centre including windsurfing, sailing and diving, 8 tennis courts, miniature golf, table tennis, swimming in the campsite’s outdoor fresh water pool and other activities.
Evening entertainment featuring folklore, dancing parties and events is regularly organised, whilst a wide variety of local and regional cuisine can be explored at the camp’s restaurants.

The four star naturist campsite, camp Ulika, offers it guests all the modern conveniences possible. Located on a peninsula that is 8 kilometres north of Poreč in Istria, it has been recognised as one of Croatia’s Best Campsites and is unique for the large number of holly oak trees covering the area it is situated on.
Accommodating 3,000 guests, the majority of the camp is divided into plots ranging in size between 80 and 160 square metres, most of them under the shade of aged trees, with a separate section reserved for guests with pets.
The camp’s 2.5 kilometre long shoreline consists of pebble and stone beaches with concreted sun bathing areas. On-site, the camp has a number of restaurants, grills, bars, souvenir and newspaper shops, together with a dance terrace and a supermarket.
For recreation, the camp offers its guests outdoor fresh-water swimming pools, tennis, table tennis, mini golf, bicycles, windsurfing, boat hire and trips, and beach volleyball. A specialist children’s programme of entertainment is organised, consisting of creative workshops and games, together with evening events.

The campsite Valalta is about 7 kilometres from the centre of Rovinj and situated by the sea, at the entrance to the picturesque 12 kilometre long nature reserve, the Lim Channel.
Exclusively for naturist family campers, the campsite can accommodate 7,200 guests and has a 5 kilometre long shoreline with mainly fine pebble beaches, though there is an area with a sandy beach especially suitable for children.
In addition to a variety of accommodation facilities and quality services, Valalta boasts its own well equipped marina, an attractive seawater swimming pool, its own brewery, and special excursions for naturists only.
The long list of sport, recreation and entertainment amenities and activities includes tennis courts, beach volleyball courts, volleyball tournaments, soccer tournaments, swimming competitions, swimming schools, water, boat and bicycle rental, bocce and mini golf. Creative workshops for children are part of the campsite’s offer. Apart from serving its own beer, the site has numerous restaurants offering authentic Istrian specialities as well as national and international dishes.

Exclusively designed for naturists, camp Konobe is situated only 3 kilometres from Punat, one of the leading nautical tourism centres in Croatia, and located on the island of Krk. The campsite has been active for almost half a century and has been awarded the ANWB quality award, as well as the environmental Eco Plus award.
With over 400 camping units, camp Konobe can accommodate 1,200 guests. Along its 1,500 metre coastline two larger pebble beaches equipped with showers can be found as well as a number of secluded white beaches.
During July and August children workshops are organised, whilst a playground and a playroom complement these events. Daytime activities for adults include morning workouts, mini-golf, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, scooter rental, as well as pedalo and boat rental. In addition, a diving centre is located three kilometres from the campsite, as is Punat’s Marina, where yachts and sailboats can be rented. There is also a three-kilometre long promenade leading to Punat from the camp.

The naturist campsite Nudist is located 1 kilometre from the idyllic village of Vrboska on the island of Hvar. Directly on the coast, camp Nudist is situated in an area surrounded by trees and overlooks the island of Brač.
The campsite can accommodate up to 450 guests, whilst its 800 metre long stony beach is reserved exclusively for naturists. There are a number of sports facilities in the immediate vicinity, whilst within the campsite there is a playground for children.
Vrboska owes part of its charm to the little stone bridges connecting the two parts of the village, the eastern one, with its Renaissance and Baroque houses, and the western part with its churches, narrow streets and Gothic and Renaissance style houses. Whilst the village is known as a good vacation choice for scuba divers, it is also recommend for those who love sightseeing and a more active vacation as a number of excursions to the surrounding area are available, including to the town of Bol on the island of Brač and Makarska.

A dedicated naturist campsite, the three star camp Sovinje is located 2 kilometres from the centre of Tkon, one of the two largest towns on the island of Pašman in the county of Zadar.
Accommodating 200 guests, the campsite is situated in a pine forest, next to the sea in the south of the island. With two sandy beaches available to them, the camp’s guests can choose from sailing boat excursions that last from one to two days taking in the Kornati, Krka and Plitvice Lakes National Parks.
Within the camp, recreational activities includes table tennis, beach volleyball, basketball and boat and bicycle hire. Younger guests can have fun in the campsite’s playground area.
Tkon is primarily a fishing village but also caters for tourists. Known as the ‘Door of Kornati’, Tkon offers trekking and mountain bike trails, a variety of interesting architecture of cultural importance and a number of festivals. Restaurants, cafes, a market place and a ferry harbour can be found in the centre of Tkon.

Sahara - Island Rab
Sahara: The most famous clothes-optional beach in Lopar. It is located not far from the Paradise Beach, but far enough to enable you to get away from everyday routines. Tak a 30-minute walk on marked trails and find yourself enjoying the unique view and landscape. This is a sandy beach surrounded by shrubs, and there is even some shade to be found if you need it.
There are no facilities for the tourists on the beach so take everything you need with you.

Accommondation near nudist beaches in croatia:
- Mobile homes Lanterna- Porec
- Apartments Lanterna- Porec
- Mobile homes Kazela - Medulin
- Apartments Sol Polynesia- Umag

- Turist settlement Kačjak- Crikvenica
- MH Strasko- Island Pag
- Mobile homes Kovacine- Island Cres
- Hotel Corinthia Baska - Island Krk

- Falkensteiner Apartments Petrcane
- Hotel Elaphusa- Bol -Island Brac
-Hotel Alga - Tucepi- Makarska


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