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Kornati NP
Dalmatia region
Istra region
Accommodation in Croatia

Croatia naturist guide (part of Croatia Naturally web site)

Dalmatië and Istria
by Hendrik from the Netherlands

Summer 2001

This year we travelled by ferry from Rijeka to Dubrovnik. In the neighborhood of Dubrovnik there is no naturist camp. We found a very nice room in Cavtat and slept with our three children in one room. Dubrovnik is wonderful. The people of Croatia are working very hard to bring the city back to the old glory. The temperature was about 40C. After our visit of Dubrovnik we were too tired and too hot to look for a naturist beach, later we saw a map with a naturist beach near Cavtat.

After Dubrovnik we went to the Island of Hvar. First we passed the Bosnian city Neum, which is a Tax-free paradise. On Hvar we stayed in camping Mlaska (near Sucuraj) with a beautiful naturist part. It's a very quiet camping. I've counted about 30 tents and some caravans. The bottom of the sea is sandy. It's a very nice camp for children. Our children (6, 8 and 10 years old) played the whole day long in the sea. There is enough shadow for the tents. On the beach (concrete plates) are showers.

The Island of Hvar is beautiful, I think you can read more about it in the trip reports from other people.

From Hvar we went to Split. We hired a room and visited the city. We wanted to see Split because of the famous palace of Diocletianus. It's very impressive to see this monument of the Roman Century. We visited also Trogir a very old and romantic city. Later there was someone who told us about a naturist camp near Trogir, maybe somebody knows something about this camp?

We went also to the island Pasman. We stayed on camping Sovinje. A nice camp and, so far as I know, the only naturist camp in Croatia with a sandy beach. Our children love this camp. It's a small and friendly camp. The owner and his personal are nice people. We visited the Kornati Islands. It was really beautiful. We saw high rocks, and a labyrinth of Islands. And we saw some big black dolphins! We've visited also by ferry (from Dugi Otok, Preko) Zadar. We have visited it for the 4th time, we always love the city again.

After Pasman we travelled to Pag. There we camped on the FKK part of camping Strasko Novalja. It's a big camp with enough places and enough shadow. Novalja is a very touristic village but also an sociable village. You can eat very good in the numerous restaurants.

From Pag we went to Rovinj (Istria). We stayed on camping Monsena. If you always visited Dalmatian camps, then this camp is very big. It's more commercial, and it is forbidden to go naked to the supermarket. We found a nice place. Our children loved the (salt) swimming pool and the mini-golf. Rovinj is a very nice city. You can eat there delicious mussels. We also visited Pula with the Roman theater and Porec with the beautiful Byzantine church and (Important for our children) the people who sold Ice-cream and made a humorous show with the ice-cream.

After Rovinj we went to Austria....

Since 1996 we have holiday in Croatia and we love it!

Thanks Hendrik for this report.


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