If you are looking for South Dalmatia naturist beaches, this short guide will help you discover some of the most beautiful beaches in this region.
In spite of the fact that on the whole South Dalmatia region, actually there is only one camp site, a Mini-camping Kate, situated in the picturesque village of Mlini only 6 Km from the old town of Dubrovnik, there are many beaches in this area dedicated only to naturists.
Here you'll find the list of nudist beaches including islands of Korcula, Mljet, Peljesac Peninsula, Elafiti islands and Dubrovnik town area.
My intention is not to talk about well known and crowded nudist and naturist resorts but to point out so called free South Dalmatia nudist beaches that might be of your interest.
Besides those official South Dalmatia nudist beaches (usually with FKK sign), you can enjoy in numerous other hidden little coves or bays, many of them reachable only by a boat, where you can enjoy total privacy for a day.
Whichever island in South Dalmatia region or part of the coast you choose, you can be sure there will be plenty of naturist possibilities. But, it is useful to keep in mind my advice to lovers of naturism!
Make note that although naturism is tolerated here like elsewhere along Croatia's Adriatic coast, don't be the first naturists on a beach you're not familiar with, especially if it is in the vicinity of a town or village!
Korcula island has several naturist islands that are a real haven for your naturist vacations and relaxation. Between Korcula town and small village Lumbarda there are 19 small islands that form a small archipelago. See the map below!
The biggest island Badija which lies east of the town of Korcula is one of the most popular naturist destinations. It has a surface of about one square kilometer and is covered by dense maquis and pine, cypresses and olive trees. It's only twenty minutes away by boat from Korcula town to this island.
Velika and Mala Stupa are two small islets not far from Badija, also often visited by naturists. On the largest one, named 'Vela Stupa', there is a small konoba (tavern) restaurant, run by local family well known as a good place to eat.
On the western side of Korcula island in front of Vela Luka town, there is a small islet of Proizd, also called 'the island of love'. The city and port of Vela Luka 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.
Islet 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.
Lenga - naturist beach is a rocky naturist beach 1 km to the east from the Lumbarda village on south of Korcula island. (see the map above)
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.
Racisce is a settlement 12 Km west from the town of Korcula, settled in a beautiful bay where the Korcula Channel meets the Peljesac Channel.
Only 1 Km from the village, there is a small white pebble beach in a Vaja cove hidden among the rocks.
To get to Vaja beach there take the macadam road north of the village at far end of harbor, up to the hill.
At the end of the road take the path down the cliff to the beach. The parking place is rather small.
The beach is quite small with crystal clear sea, ideal for swimming, but could me rather crowded in August.
Mljet is an eight largest island of the Adriatic sea and one of the most indented, situated near miraculous city of Dubrovnik. The fact that 70 % of surface of the island is covered by forest , Mljet island also called 'the green island'.
Blace naturist beach is located in the most beautiful sandy bay at the very southeastern end of the island (see the map). It takes a twenty minutes of walk to get there from Blaca village or from village called Saplunara where you can stay in Blaca and Saplunara private accommodation.
Beach is nearly 1 km long, surrounded by a dense forest of centenary pines and presenting an ideal example of intact nature. This is not an official naturist beach and it is used by both naturists and textiles.
After Istria, Peljesac is the largest peninsula of Croatia. Peljesac is famous for beautiful beaches, excellent red wines and famous oysters and mussels which are cultivated here.
There aren't almost any official naturist beach on Peljesac peninsula but there are many so called nonofficial beaches visited by naturists. For example between Zuljana village and Trstenik (see the map) there are many coves and beaches used by nudists.
There is a unwritten rule that if a naturist show up first, a 'textile' sunbather goes for the next cove, and the other way around. On the a length of 6.6 km all beaches are reachable by dirt road some 50-100 meters from the beach.
Among the most beautiful south Dalmatia naturist beaches, is Grdni Do naturist beach, near Zuljana village. This beautiful fine pebble beach is often used by naturist facing west so it has lots of sunshine. It is accessible by boat or by dirt road from Zuljana.