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Naturist Resources => Europe => Resorts/Beaches/FKK Venues => Croatia => Topic started by: goosy87 on August 17, 2014, 03:35:42 pm

Title: Island Rab Kandarola beach
Post by: goosy87 on August 17, 2014, 03:35:42 pm
Hey iyno girls and boys,
i stayed 1 week in croatia and visited 2 nude beaches on island Rab. First we tried sahara beach but with a 1 year old child it´s very hard to arrive because you have to walk 2 cilometres through the mountains to stay on the beach and only on small roads. So you have to carry your child and for food and drink you have to carry everything by yourself too. But by the way it´s also a very beautiful beach. But even not for families with young children.
After it we decided to stay on kandarola beach...and what should I say >> WOW :543

here the description for you on the offical facebooksite.

Kandarola nudist beach is officially the oldest nudist beach in Croatia. It all began in 1936 with first nudist on beach, prince Edward VIII. and his wife Lady Simpson. They were given a permission from town of Rab to be naked in Kandarola shore.
Popular and well appointed naturist Kandalora beach (sometimes refereed as English Beach or Engleska Plaza) is located on the southern side of the Frkanj peninsula (part of larger Kalifront peninsula), which is overlooking Palit, modern suburb of the town of Rab and can be reached by taxi-boats leaving from Palit's promenade or from city's harbour. If you're coming by car, you can park your car at the Suha Punta tourist complex from where FKK Frkanj (Kandarola) is just a short walk away.
On the beach there are two restaurants, beach bar, sports facilities, showers etc. Lot of trees to provide shade. The beach is about 1,5 km long and it is mostly rocky terrain with three pebble coves. There is a small fee to enter the beach.
In the vicinity of the Kandalora beach, in the Matovica bay, Suha Punta textile hotel complex is located with the beautiful seaside hotels Eva and Carolina. The hotel complex is sheltered from cold winds by a thick pine forest.

for some pictures only follow this facebook link (
Title: Re: Island Rab Kandarola beach
Post by: Senabodi on December 11, 2014, 12:26:11 pm
It does indeed look "WOW". Kudos to the folks for tolerating whoever snapped the pictures (who also deserves a hearty pat on the back for having the gall to do so). Travel planning would be so much easier had all the other beaches been given the same treatment.

What was the crowd you encountered like?