Apart from its beauties and its globally recognised destinations Croatia is also famous for its nudist and naturist beaches.
The naturist camps in Croatia are attracting more and more foreign guests every year. Swimming and sunbathing without any clothes in clear blue water surrounded by pristine nature makes it a perfect holiday. ''This is freedom, if you try it once, you'll know why it is so good'', said one of nudist guests from Austria.
The most important thing is that these camps remain as natural as possible. ''People feel free here, when we say that we would like to make some improvements they say 'no' without thinking'', emphasized Drago Bonifacic, the director of the nudist camp in Punat on the island of Krk.
Out of 21 nudist camps in Croatia most of them are located in the region of Istria. The tradition of the ''naked'' swimming and sunbathing started in the Kvarner region way back in 1936 when the British King Edward VIII swam without any clothes on the island of Rab.
According to wonderlusteurope.com, one of the leading travel sites, among the Top 10 best nudist beaches in Europe a beach from Croatia has also found its place on this prestigious list.
The complete list of the Top 10 best nudist beaches in Europe includes:
Linguizzetta Beach, Corsica, France
Studland Beach, Dorsett, England
Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn), Brac, Croatia
Es Cavallet, Ibiza, Spain
Plage de Tahiti, St Tropez, France
Elia Beach, Mykonos, Greece
Agesta Beach, Stockholm, Sweden
Red Sand Beach, Crete, Greece
Buhne 16 Beach, Germany
Guvano Beach, La Spezia, Italy.
‘’Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) on the island of Brac in Croatia is one of the most famous in Croatia, a country known for its spectacular coastline. By taking a trip here you will be able to relish the surroundings of one of the most popular beaches in the Mediterranean as well as having the ability to catch some tan-line-free rays in the designated nudist area. This area is perfect for those who want a bit of seclusion by tucking into one of the many small coves dotted around the beach’’, reported wonderlusteurope.com.
Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn)