it depends wether you want small or large resorts.I have been to Valalta in istria which is a large naturist resort,people are only clothed during the evening or if in the shops/restuarants.Look them up on there webside or google valalta for all the facilities.several islands and beaches are close by (red island) with official naturist beaches (usually rocky).you choose wether to camp/tent/appartments of half board. they even have their own brewery!.we loved it and are trying koversada this year in the same area(as valata full in the weeks we can travel. Hope this helps
We have just spent a week at Valalta resort near Rovinj at end of July and we found it to be excellent. Very nice accomodation(we stayed at Apartments), nice food and good sea facilties including nice sea water pool. I would suggest you go there.
By the way Jeomtear, we are also Maltese couple but living in UK. Contact me if you want more info on Croatia as we spent another week travelling down the coast to dubrovnik.
:)We stayed in Dubrovnic,and walked to a nudist beach at Babin Kok.there is a nice sandy beach but the majority of nudism was on the rocks,and it could be very uncomfortable. Split on the otherhand has lots of places to enjoy.There are plenty of locals who are naturists also.
[hello sir and madam. we are a nudist couple who lives in istanbul,turkey. we want to spend our holidat this august in dubrovnik. could you recommed us nudebeaches around there and resorst. thanks in advance. nely and alex
Limandan binebileceginiz teknelerle 20 dakika uzakliktaki Dubrovnik'in en populer ciplaklar plaji Lokrum'a ulasabilirsiniz. Adaya vardiktan sonra sol tarafa dogru kisa bir yuruyus sizi plaja goturur. Yalniz gercek anlamda bir plaj beklemeyin. Tamamen kayalik bir alan. Adada konaklama olmadigi icin aksam yine Dubrovnik'e donmelisiniz. Tekne ucreti galiba 20 kuna gibi bisi idi.
Ciplaklar kampi ariyorsaniz kesinlikle Valalta'yi tavsiye ederim. Ancak Valalta Hirvatistan'in en kuzeyinde, Dubrovnik'e 10-12 saatlik mesafede.
I suggest you visit Lokrum beach which is 20 minutes away by boat from Dubrovnik. Don't expect a sandy beach since it's a rocky area but it's very popular.
As far as I know,there is no nudist resort near Dubrovnik region but you can visit Valalta which is in Istra.
Post by Gianni Giacomo Geronimo on Mar 14, 2009 23:22:44 GMT 1
Last year we were in the Zaton Camping, north of Zadar, but we realised, the Bitolinjak cave, what was marked "clothing optional" on the map and recommended on this site changed to 100% textile. We had a bad affair with the local peaople, so we had to go every day to the Punta Skala beach,what was half an hour far by bike. After this we want to be sure.
Both of us are nudists for years, but my wife don't like to go to a naturist camping only to undress at the beach. I respect this so I'd like to find a naturist or clothing optional beach near to a not naturist camping. We like the long beaches, with many place to go.
In my dreams there's long sandy beach I've been on in my childhood in Ada Bojana or two years ago Espalmador, Spain, but I know it's rare ie Croatia.
We live in Hungary, so we prefer Istria, but none of us were in Dubrovnik. Ten years ago I was a camp south of Porec (maybe the Zelene Laguna) what had got a naturist beach. Does it egsist yet?
Is it possible to use the naturist beach of Koversada or Valalta for people who are not live in this campings? Maybe to buy a day or week ticket? If it possible, how much is it?