Croatia nudist cruising along the Adriatic coast, hopping from one island to another or discovering hidden coves and caves, has become increasingly popular in last years.

Whether you are a romantic couple, a family, single, or a senior who enjoys the freedom of nudist bathing, the warmth of the sun and water may equal other southern or tropical destinations, but only in Croatia you can find the picturesque scenery of the Dalmatian coast.

With its quaint villages, old historic stucco houses with red tile roofs, and small stores to browse in, you will enjoy your time off the beach as well. The beauty of this coast and country is reason enough to make you decide to plan your next cruising vacation in Croatia.

The first nudist beach in Croatia

Nudist cruising in CroatiaDid you know that the first nudist beach was in Croatia on the island of Rab? In 1936 Edward VIII and his beloved Wallis Simpson came to Yugoslavia to vacation. Read more about naturism in Croatia!

The hotel where they stayed made special arrangements to get permission from the town authorities so they could swim in the nude. They enjoyed it so much that they encouraged others, the word spread, and the first official nudist bathing began there.

Since then, many private beaches have opened giving tourist many choices of locations to continue to enjoy nudist bathing, or to try it for the first time.

Nudist cruising means:

  • Less clothes = less luggage = less hassle
  • It’s a completely different vacation idea.
  • Getting naked, even for a short time it’s a great felling.
  • Nudist cruise holiday is a nice way to meet nice people.
  • No tan lines on your skin

Croatia has over 1100 miles long spectacular coastline, 1185 beautiful islands and the cleanest, clearest and bluest sea among Mediterranean countries.

A long tradition of offering nudist holidays, 30 official nude beaches, dozens of nudist resorts and naturist camps, and hundreds of hidden beaches only reachable by chartering cruise gullets or boats.

With this nudist background and natural beauties, Croatia is the right place to visit for top FKK cruising offers.

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Naturist cruise allows you to visit many islands, have a good time in the secluded bays and caves and swim in the open sea. Feel totally free and comfortable and enjoy the nudist beaches away from crowds.

These cruises are no different from others, except you get to enjoy all the on-board activities without clothes.

Nudist cruising from Split: Central Dalmatian Islands

Nudist cruise from Split
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8 days/7 nights cruise departing from Split harbor will take you to some of Croatia’s top destinations, all the while allowing you to unburden yourself from clothes.

Travel with other like-minded individuals and visit fascinating islands and beaches where you can enjoy nudist swimming.

This naturist cruise is created specifically for naturist lovers and will show you numerous private beaches and coves where you can swim naked as much as you like.

Nudist Cruise in Central Dalmatia Route
Nudist Cruise in Central Dalmatian islands route

You will still have the opportunity to discover some of the must-see Croatian destinations where you can enjoy sightseeing and chilling.

  • Route: Split – Omis/Pucisca – Korcula – Lastovo – Ravnik (Green Cave) / Komiza / Vis – Bisevo (Blue Cave) / Stari Grad – Bol – Split.
  • Pricing: from €805 per person.

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Nudist Cruising from Opatija: North Adriatic Islands

Nudist cruise from Opatija - North Dalmatia route
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Visit the top destinations in Kvarner riviera and North Adriatic including islands Krk, Rab, Cres, Losinj, Rab and Molat, and quaint towns along the way. This tour is also specifically catered to naturist lovers and will take you to multiple nudist beaches where your imagination is the only restriction.

  • Route: Opatija – Krk – Rab – Zadar – Molat – (Ilovik) Lošinj – Cres – Opatija.
  • Pricing: from €705 per person.

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Below are my recommended sailing trips in Croatia from trusted companies and tour operators. Feel free to check the offers and links to find additional information and more related cruises!

From Split:

Top rated: Southern Explorer

Split Cruises

Starting and ending in Split, this cruise will take you to Makarska, Mljet, Dubrovnik, Trstenik, Korcula, Hvar and Brac!

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From Dubrovnik:

Top rated: Dubrovnik Discovery

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Depart from Dubrovnik on a week long cruise and explore Mljet, Hvar, Korcula, Trstenik, and Sipan.

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Organized tours are excellent ways to explore my beautiful country, and I highly recommend taking at least one trip during your visit. There are limitless fascinating places to see, and you can easily book a tour or day trip from my trusted partners below.

Below are five top rated tours from Split!

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Join a top-rated walking tour of Split's famous monuments and landmarks with a professional tour guide and learn more about our history and heritage.
from 11012h
Visit Komiza village, Blue cave on Bisevo island, Stiniva bay on island Vis, Green cave, Budikovac island, Pakleni islands, and Hvar island and town.
from 373h
Paddle around Split and Marjan Hill, discover and snorkel in secluded beaches and enjoy magnificent views.
from 5410h
Take a break from Split enjoy your coastline drive to Krka National Park and see what it's like to swim in pristine nature, with a visit to old town of Sibenik.
from 554h
Swim and snorkel in breathtaking blue lagoon, see small but beautiful Ciovo island, and grab a free lunch in memorable Trogir town.

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Consider cruise holidays!

Cruises are fantastic and inexpensive way to discover multiple destinations in Croatia.

Split to Dubrovnik Cruise

8 days, 9 destinations

From Split to Omis and Makarska, Bol (Brac island), Stari Grad (Hvar island), Vis, Korcula, Mljet, Sipan or Slano, Dubrovnik

€ 480 - 890

(€ 60 - 111 per day)

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Split to Dubrovnik Cruise

8 days, 9 destinations

From Dubrovnik to Sipan or Slano, Mljet, Korcula, Bisevo, Vis, Hvar, Bol (Brac island), Makarska, Pucisca (Brac), Omis, and Split

€ 425 - 890

(€ 53 - 111 per day)

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Young & Fun Party Cruise

8 days, 8 destinations

From Split to Makarska, Korcula, Dubrovnik, Mljet, Hvar, Brac (Bol), Omis

€ 370 - 700

(€ 46 - 87 per day)

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