Although Central Dalmatia naturist tradition is not so long as in Istria and Kvarner bay, Central Dalmatia islands and coast line is the right place where you can find not only official nudist resorts and beaches but those hidden and secluded small bays.
Like in other regions, there are only few naturist camping sites that are entirely dedicated to naturist. In fact on the whole area along Central Dalmatia coast line, including islands, there are only two official naturist camps with pitches designed for naturist.
I'll show you many natural naturist beaches, beaches that are not officially recognized as such but are well known and it has been verified that the local people know and accept them as naturist.
I would highly appreciate if you send me your favorite naturist beach story, in case you have your one beach which is not on this list.
However whichever Central Dalmatia island or part of the coast you choose, you can be sure there will be a plenty of naturist possibilities.
My intention is not to talk only about these well known Central Dalmatia naturist beaches but to point out so called free Dalmatia beaches that might be of your interest, many of them reachable only by a boat, where you can enjoy total privacy or meet other naturist friends.
The most of naturist beaches and few nudist campsites left are located on Central Dalmatia islands. On the map below you can find the most popular naturist beaches on islands of Brac, Hvar and Vis.
On the southern side of the island, near the village of Bol, world famous paggle beach 'Zlatni Rat'(Golden Horn) is located. In the near coves and bays many sandy and pebbled beaches can be found.
One of the most known is Paklina FKK beach. It is located at the western end of the famous 'Golden Horn'. Naturist section is pebbled but walking to the west there are more nice small pebble and rocky coves visited by nudist. Find out the best accommodation deals near this beach!
Along the coast between Postira and Sutivan villages, on the northern side of the Brac island, you can find dozens of small bays and coves with beautiful scenery and natural beaches. Find out how to reach this beach from Split port!
One of them, little and hidden cove called 'Mutnik', is located not far from a small village Mirca, reserved only for naturist sunbathers. Central Dalmatia naturist Mirca accommodation!
Due to its mild climate and rich subtropical vegetation, Hvar island offers the large number official naturist beaches and two naturist camping sites.
On the island of Jerolim, directly opposite Hvar town, there is a well-known and long-established naturist beach, equipped with showers and a shop, but further away one can find many isolated places.
A boat runs several times a day from Hvar harbor. Boats are leaving at about every half hour from 9 AM to 01 PM, returning at half hour intervals between 4 PM and 6 PM.
These beaches are located on the island of Marinkovac, part of Paklina archipelago. Both are reserved for naturists, equipped with showers and a shop. A boat runs several times a day from Hvar harbor. to Mlin beach and Stipanska beach.
Palmizana bay is a part of the Paklina archipelago on the St. Klement, the largest island among Paklina archipelago. Bathing season lasts there from Easter to November. On Palmizana you can freely cast your clothes away, as nudism has a tradition on Palmizana, where you can be undisturbed in one of the island's many lonely coves.
A beautiful naturist beach (pebbles/rocky) is located in vicinity of Milna, a small village on the southern coast of the island with about 20 households and 90 inhabitants, only from 4 Km from Hvar town.
Milna is a popular excursion spot, where you can enjoy in pebbles and rocky beaches, with several restaurants and taverns with and a great deals in private accommodation.
If you are traveling by a motor-home in Central Dalmatia region, The first one is Naturist Camping site near idyllic village of Vrboska. It's nested directly on the coast, surrounded by trees overlooking the nearby island of Brac. With a 800 meters long stony beach it's reserved exclusively for naturists.
The nudists can enjoy a number of sports facilities in the immediate vicinity and within the campsite there is a playground for children.
The second one, much smaller is situated in the eastern part of Hvar island near Sucuraj village. It's called camping Mlaska, positioned near famous Mlaska sandy beach, one of the most beautiful and rare sandy beaches of Hvar island.
The main feature of this camp is a combination of textile and naturist where it's in use a clothing optional.
In front of Jelsa town, only 15 minutes by taxi boat ride, there is a naturist island, Zecevo island. This island is open in high season only for naturist, offering several pebble beaches covered with pine trees to provide shade.
Stari Grad is one of the oldest European towns and the oldest town on the island of Hvar. Due to its specific position, located at the bottom of the five nautical miles deep bay, offers many naturist beaches.
Particularly are preferred the beaches on the right side of the Stari Grad's bay where the naturist can find a lot of small free nudist beaches within two caves Tiha and Zavala. Both caves are ideal places for lovers of nautical tourism.
Central Dalmatia island Vis is the most westerly of the larger Croatian islands, at 24 miles from the mainland.
Ruda naturist beach is situated near Rukavac village, on the southeast part of the island with the most beautiful beaches, untouched nature and the famous 'Green cave'.
This is a pebble and rocky clothing optional beach mostly used by naturist couples and families.
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