If you are an adventurous traveler, ready for some adult excitement or need a real swinger getaway, the Istrian coastline is the ideal destination for you. The following section is dedicated to the marvelous, less known and isolated beaches of the Adriatic. If you are a fan of nudity or casual love making in combination with the sounds of the ocean, stay tuned! We will reveal the best locations for your open-behavior vacation and give you an inside scoop on what to expect, what to bring and where to meet people with the same lifestyle.

Punta Križa or Cape Cross is a small rocky beach in Rovinj, a paradise for swingers and members of the LGBTQ community.

Valalta is primarily a family-friendly naturalist camp, not so much a swinger resort. However, over the years the number of swingers visiting Valalta has increased significantly.

Koversada is another naturalist campsite near Vrsar, famous for unisex nudist beaches and sheltered pebble bays. It is a very relaxing place, ideal for laid-back people.

The beach Punta Eva (Cape Eva) lies in the southern part of Polari campsite and is reserved for naturists. On the coast side it is isolated from the public eye by a dense pine forest.

Crveni Otok (Red Island) is just 15-minute boat ride from Rovinj and is an uninhabited area ideal for nudists. The Red Beach is located on Maškin, the smaller from the two islets forming the Red Island.  It is known as an unofficial naturist resort, friendly for homo and heterosexual couples.

Only a 5-minute boat ride from Rovinj is a great escape corner for nudists. The beach we are writing about is located on St. Catherine’s island and bears the same name. It is hidden in a dense forest in the western end of the islet.

Škaraba Cape is located within the Golden Cape Forest Park, just a 30-minute walk from Rovinj center. Unlike other beaches of this region, Škaraba offers privacy, covertness and peace.

Kolone beach is situated within Kolone car-camp, near the small medieval town Bale, 19 km south of Rovinj. One part of the camp is dominated by pine trees, and the opposite by black oaks.