Matt & Megan
Nude Beach Map. Visited 2021
Jerolim Beach is a pretty traditional Croatian gem, reachable only by boat. There are plenty of nude beaches in Croatia and this is up there with some of the best. Although not a fully nude beach, it’s a wonderful option where nudity is embraced. During peak tourist times in Croatia (June – August), the beach comes alive with tourists from Hvar, making it a vibrant spot to soak up the sun.
The rugged beauty of Jerolim is captivating, with its rocky shores hugging the crystal blue ocean waters, inviting us to dive right into a world of snorkeling delight. For a less windy escape, we highly recommend heading to the North Beach – your own private oasis awaits.
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To keep our energy up for all the fun, you have two choices – pack a delicious lunch or indulge in the island’s one and only food vendor’s tasty options. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed!
AMO Beach Restaurant is authentic and has a stunning review to match.
Now, let’s talk about the dress code – well, there isn’t one! We visited this beach a few years ago and noticed that there weren’t many nudists around. But the beauty of Jerolim lies in its warm welcome to all, no matter their attire. So, we felt right at home, soaking in the sun’s rays, sans clothing.
Mind you, the terrain is a bit rocky, so we definitely recommend packing those trusty water shoes for a comfortable beachcombing experience. And if you’re in the mood to kick back in style, there are loungers available for a small fee, or you can scout out a flat rock to call your own.
Now, let’s be real – the boat ride might dig a bit into your vacation budget. But hey, the 15-minute journey is an adventure of its own. The sights of Hvar’s coastline from a distance are simply breathtaking, making the boat ride worth every penny.
So, there you have it – Jerolim Beach, a boat-only Croatian escape, where the dress code is as free as the ocean breeze. Dive in, embrace the beauty, and let Jerolim work its magic on you!
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Boat is your only option as Jerolim Island is located a small distance off the coast of Hvar.
Boat Taxi: Once you're on Hvar Island, you can find boat services that offer trips to Jerolim Beach. Look for water taxis or boat tours at the port that include Jerolim Beach as one of their stops Prices for water taxis or boat tours may range from around 100 to 300 Croatian Kuna (HRK) per person. The journey to Jerolim takes around 10-15mins and there are boats regularly returning to the mainland when needed.
Boat Rental: You could also rent a boat for the day if your budget allows it. There are plenty of options for boat rental in Hvar.