The naturist campsite Nudist is located 1 kilometre from the idyllic village of Vrboska on the island of Hvar. Directly on the coast, camp Nudist is situated in an area surrounded by trees and overlooks the island of Brač.
The campsite can accommodate up to 450 guests, whilst its 800 metre long stony beach is reserved exclusively for naturists. There are a number of sports facilities in the immediate vicinity, whilst within the campsite there is a playground for children.
Vrboska owes part of its charm to the little stone bridges connecting the two parts of the village, the eastern one, with its Renaissance and Baroque houses, and the western part with its churches, narrow streets and Gothic and Renaissance style houses. Whilst the village is known as a good vacation choice for scuba divers, it is also recommend for those who love sightseeing and a more active vacation as a number of excursions to the surrounding area are available, including to the town of Bol on the island of Brač and Makarska.
Places of interest
Known for its long tradition of naturism in the nearby hidden coves, Vrboska is the smallest village on the island of Hvar, dating back to the 15th century.
Jelsa is situated in the central part of the island of Hvar, on its indented coastline with many islets, bays and islands. Some of the attractive bays are reserved for campers.
Stari Grad (Hvar)
Stari Grad is located on the northwest coast of the island of Hvar. The plain of Stari Grad, an example of ancient Greek landscape architecture, is located on UNESCO`s World Heritage List.
- On the sea
- Distance from the town centre:
- Organized pitches:
- Pitches with electric hook-up connection:
- Shower cabin
- Hot water washbasin
- Washing machine
- Dog washing area
- Discharge for chemical WC
- Camper service