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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-06-2012, 08:55 Thread Starter
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FKK sites in Croatia

We are travelling to Croatia (Istria) through Germany and Austria for the first time in a couple of weeks in our 3.5T Hymer.

Could anyone be so kind as to let me know of Naturist campsites and overnight stops that you have enjoyed.

Also any hot tips on the trip would be welcome


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Croatia has a coastline with many Naturist sites.
Koversada being one of the best known, Which are best would be hard to speculate as they all have different characteristics and of course will change from year to year. I have a friend who swears by Solaris but for a family with children Valalta has much to offer, with large swimming facilities.
A helpful site could be http://www.croatia-beaches.com/natur...es_croatia.htm

You should be warned that until you reach the very bottom of old Yugoslavia, there are no quality natural beaches. Volcanic rocks are more common but this should not put you off, Croatia is a beautiful country with many places to visit and enjoy.
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Have just spent the last 10 days here:

http://www.arenacamps.com/arenacamps...kazela_camping

The site is divided into two sections - one for naturist and one for textiles. Each fronting the sea and with their own beach areas.

As mentioned don't expect sand to lie on. The choice is the grass area above the beach or one of the rocky outcrops or pebble areas.

We found the site very peaceful (though quite busy already).

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I entered Croatia from Slovenia and had a pleasant (and free) overnight stop at Bistro Rozalia in Rupa shortly after crossing the border.

GPS N 45 29 2 E 14 16 58

They serve good hearty food at very reasonable prices and are open very early allowing use of toilets etc....

Probably too far east for your planned journey but worth a mention.

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I went for for the meat platter washed down with several pints of decent beer. Picture didn't attach to my last post but couldn't resist trying again.

PS It was for two people! I'm not that greedy!
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Take a look a this site www.saunaandwellness.com they have some good advice erding therme is amazing in Germany
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