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Split is the largest Croatian coastal city (about 200.000 inhabitants) and represents the ideal launching point for any Dalmatian island-hopping. Its traffic-free streets are a living treasure house, and allow you to walk though history without barriers or museum curators. The Roman Palace is a where students promenade under floodlights at night, sitting in cafes sipping cappuccinos. The site was first settled when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here. The importance of Diocletian's Palace far transcends local significance because of its level of preservation and the buildings of succeeding historical periods built within its walls, which today form the very heart of old Split. Diocletian's Palace is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

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Medena - naturist beach Map

MedenaMedena unofficial naturist beach is situated near the village of Seget, 4km away from Trogir. It is a pebble beach situated in an immediate vicinity of Medena tourist village. Medena resort has a long beach with tiny pebble and concrete sunbathing places one hundred metres away from the hotel. Facilities at the textile beach include water sports, diving school, tennis courts, bars and restaurants. There is a bus service from Split that only takes half an hour.
Trogir is called a "little Venice", a town-museum of the medieval heritage. Its history goes back to the Hellenic times when it was known as Tragurion. UNESCO recognized its values and included it in the registry of the world monument heritage. Trogir is also a place of various tourist facilities, especially for boaters who can find all services in the excellent ACI Marina Ciovo.

More info about Trogir including accommodation offer


Ruskamen, Omis - naturist beach

RuskamenNaturist beach located near hotel "Ruskamen" in Ruskamen village, 7 km south of Omis (about halfway between Split and Makarska). It is a fine gravle beach with pine trees.

More info about Omis including accommodation offer



Solta - naturist beaches Map

MaslinicaEast of Brac and south of Split, the small island Solta is situated. The island is covered with olive and fig trees. It is a peaceful island and one can stay in private apartments, campsite and hotel in Stomorska village or in apartment village in Necujam. One can camp freely on the island, just don't forget to politely ask farmers for permission.
There are plenty of small hidden coves suitable for naturism all over the island, but especially beautiful are rocky beaches on small islets in front of Maslinica village in the western part of the island. To reach it take the taxi boat or rent one in front of the "castle" restaurant.

More info about Maslinica including accommodation offer. Same for Stomorska (Solta).

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