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Korcula, birthplace of Marco Polo (1254), is, after Lokrum and Mljet, the third most densely wooded island of Croatia. There is much evidence of a highly-developed social life on Korcula even in the 13th century. The Statute of Korcula, signed in 1214, prohibited the slave trade for the first time in Europe. It also spoke about the order and management of the city. Korcula makes an excellent base for day trips to places like Mljet and other islands of the Elafiti group (southeast of Korcula Island). Korcula is also famous for its traditional dance that has been performed for more than four centuries. The Moreska sword dance depicts the battle of two kings and their armies for the love of a beautiful girl.

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Badija - naturist beach Map

Badija Korcula naturist beachOn the deserted islet of Badija which lies East of the town of Korcula, twenty minutes away by boat. It has a surface of about one square kilometer and is covered by dense maquis and pine, cypresses and olive trees. A shuttle boat runs from Korcula town to Badija Island. The beach is rocky with a small shingle beach backed by pine trees and it is mostly visited by couples. The sea is crystal clear and great for swimming.
If you want to stay overnight on Badija, you can shack up in a 15th century monastery which has been converted into a hotel (latest information says it is closed at the moment, so double-check is a must).
Velika and Mala Stupa are two small islets not far from Badija, also often visited by naturists.

Badija Korcula naturist beach Badija Korcula naturist beach
Photos of Badija courtesy of www.pick-nick.biz.

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Read more about Badija in the Beach report section.

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Proizd - naturist beach Map

ProizdNaturist beach located near Vela Luka, on the small islet of Proizd, also called "the island of love".
The city and port of Vela Luka in the western part of the island is an area less frequented by mass tourism and situated in a protected bay closed in by the islets of Osijak, Kamenijak, Gubesa and Proizd. Going south a series of bays that make the southern region one of the most savage and exciting places for those searching for a return to the primitive, uncontaminated and profoundly Mediterranean ambient full of colors, tastes and odors. One really must visit the islands around Vela Luka, the bays and little villages of Gradina, Triluke, Grscica and Prizba are the nearest and ideal for day trip .

Proizd beachIslet of "PROIZD", immediately outside the bay of Vela Luka, is an oasis of untouched nature - crystal clear sea, rocks, white pebbles, naturist beaches and lush vegetation are its main attractions. "Restaurant PROIZD" on the islet serves delicious seafood dishes, traditional grilled meat and the heady wines of Korcula (open daily from 09.00h to 18.00h).
A boat sails from Vela Luka to island Proizd three times a day ( approx half an hour sailing ). Mediteraneo offers boat tours from Vela Luka to Proizd.

SunCorporation - travel agent from Vela Luka - online booking
Hum Hotels - Vela Luka

Read more about Proizd beach Donji Bili Bok in the Beach report section.

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Velika i Mala Stupa - naturist beaches Map

Velika and Mala Stupa are two little islets located near Orebic town on the Peljesac peninsula (just across Korcula town) who became favorite place for naturist sunbathers. Also nearby islet of Majsan is often visited by nude swimmers.

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Lenga FKK - naturist beach Map

Rocky naturist beach app. 1 km to the east from the Lumbarda center on the island of Korcula. This is a long stretch of coast with several pretty small bays. The sea is especially beautiful, crystal clear and blue. Although majority of sunbathers are naturist, also "textiles" can be found there.

Read more about Lenga beach in the Beach report section.

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Vaja - naturist beach Map

This is a small white pebble beach in a Vaja cove hidden in rocks about 1km from Racisce village on the island. To get there take the unmade road north of the village at far end of harbour, up the hill. At the end of the unmade road take the path down the cliff to the beach. Its crystal clear water provides a perfect place for swimming, as does the cove of Samograd, which has a natural cave nearby whose entrance is covered by bush.
Racisce is a settlement 12km West from the town of Korcula, settled in a beautiful bay where the Korcula Channel meets the Peljesac Channel.
The people from Račišće are well-known seamen whose guests can find repose and comfortable accommodation in a small hotel and private houses.

Read more about Vaja beach in the Beach report section.

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