Matt & Megan
Nude Beach Map. Visited 2023
We visited a lot of nude beaches in Croatia. This is by far the most secluded and laidback location, especially compared to nearby Jerolim Beach which can get a little crowded. Entering via the serene pine forest sets the tone for this stunning beach that sits atop a huge flat slab of rock.
The entrance to the tranquil pine forest and beach is located next to the bustling Soline Beach (or Soline Park), a popular children’s beach. It’s easy to mistakenly assume there wouldn’t be any serene spots near such a busy site, but rest assured, peace and tranquility await. Once you discover this haven, you won’t want to leave. The water is crystal clear, and everyone here seeks the calm and quiet. Visitors are found napping, practicing yoga on the large rock, or even paddleboarding naked. The beach is well-sheltered from the wind, but be prepared for intense heat.
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While there are no vendors or facilities directly on the beach, you can find Restaurant Soline nearby, which serves fast food – mainly burgers, fries, etc. The draft beer is a treat. However, for a more unique dining experience, we suggest heading to the town of Vrboska for a meal or takeaway.
Directly opposite the beach is Camp Nudist, which seems like a wonderful place to stay in this region. The visitors are mainly young families in tents or small caravans, and the vibe is quite laid-back. During our visit, the majority of the people at Kamenjara Beach weren’t naked, but that didn’t bother us. Everyone is aware of the nature of this beach, and it’s well-known as a nude beach. If you’re shy, you might feel hesitant about visiting this beach, but you shouldn’t be. You’ll frequently see people from Camp Nudist, both on land and in the water. Here, anything goes, making it a genuinely authentic nude beach (for those who choose to embrace it!).
We recommend at least a day trip to Kamenjara Beach. The drive through the stunning hinterland is quick and easy, providing a welcome escape from the tourist-packed port area. And remember, this part of the world isn’t just about the nude beach. There are wineries and unique stores to explore, adding to the overall appeal of your visit.
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Soline Beach Parking in Vrboska is the best place to park and approach the beach (note that you cannot enter Camp Nudist without being a paying guest). From the carpark it is a quick 5 minute walk though the pine forest to Kamenjara Beach - just walk towards busy Soline Beach and take the trail to the left of Restaurant Soline.
Car or bicycle: Vrboska is an easy 5km drive from Stari Grad in Hvar. This is where most of the ferries arrive and there is plenty of rental car options here. You could easily rent a scooter or bicycle for the day. The ride isn't too strenuous and takes around 45min each way.
Public Transport: From Stari Grad, you can take a local bus or a taxi to reach Vrboska. The bus to Jelsa operates around 10 times per day during summer and it is a scenic 15 minute commute through the hinterland to Vrboska. Check out the timetables HERE.
There are plenty of hotel or Airbnb options on Hvar. But if you want to fully embrace the nude beach there is really only one option nearby.
Camp Nudist- ⭐⭐
Clean, affordable, and relaxed, this accommodation situated next to Kamenjara Beach is an ideal option. Not only do you get the chance to enjoy the beach, but you also gain access to the exclusive Camp Nudist Beach, reserved for paying guests. Amenities include a restaurant and supermarket, and the site is decidedly family-friendly, offering numerous activities and water facilities. This isn't a party hub or an exclusive retreat for couples, but a welcoming campsite equipped with basic facilities.