The entrance to Kamenjak National Park is a few miles south of Pula and is well signed.
However, the park itself is huge, offering nearly 30km of coastline, so it can take awhile to navigate through the park to where you want to be.
While you won’t find nude beaches directly next to major parking lots, you may stumble upon one by strolling down the beach to semi-secluded coves.
Look for signs stating FKK (freikörperkultur or “free body culture”).
This isn’t a white sand beach like the Caribbean, but the rocky cliffs are gorgeous and the water’s perfect for swimming.
All in all, I’m glad we made the detour to Kamenjak rather than limiting ourselves to places closer to town where the tourists hang out.
The Golden Cape (Zlatni Rat) on the island of Brač is one of world’s most photogenic beaches.
These are family-friendly atmospheres and topless women will be in the minority, but it’s worth noting if you’re uncomfortable with that.
Additionally, Istria is a very popular destination for naturists.
’ It’s where we sizzle in the sun until we get a nice crackling finish, it’s where we sip on a refreshing tipple until all our worries wash away, and it’s definitely a place of a warm soft embrace with the unfathomable – the sea.
If this is the definition of a beach, I assure you – you can do this at pretty much every inch of the Croatian coast. Remember the tag line that always gets appended to the Croatian coast? It’s only logical that a high turn-around of people will produce a higher amount of rubbish.