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Unnamed Bay near Stara Baska (Island of Krk)

Rating: ★★★★☆

At about 10 km south of Punat, right between famous Oprna Bay and the Škrila camping site in Stara Baska, lies this unnamed pebbly beach, where a good day at the beach (and some good trekking) are both guaranteed. You can sunbathe, swim or snorkel within this unspoiled environment. There are no shops, bars or facilities around, so that you have to make sure you bring everything you need before you get there. If you forget something, you might be lucky enough to find it at the nearby camping site, but it’s still going to cost a good 30 min walk uphill and downhill again, so that you probably want to make sure you have anything you need, before you descend to the beach in first place.

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Croatia Beaches – Storišće (Island of Krk)

Rating: ★★★½☆

Storišće BeachStorišće is a nice little pebble beach in the island of Krk. It’s located not too far from the FKK Banculuka naturist camp and can be reached either from there or by boat. If you decide to get there from ground, be prepared to walk (for quite a lot and following a winding, offroad path), since there’s no way to access it by car. There are also no facilities within its premises, so you have to make sure you bring everything you need (especially drinks, since the road to get there is pretty rough and long, especially under striking sun). Once there you’ll experience some crystal water and the company of few other tourists, most of which came there by boat.

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Croatia Beaches – Jablanova (Island of Krk)

Rating: ★★★½☆

Jablanova Beach - Around Baska, Island of Krk - CroatiaJablanova is a nice little pebble beach within walking distance from the FKK Bunculuka naturist camp, so that you usually meet many naturists sunbathing here. Although technically outside the camping site, this beach is so close to it, that it basically constitutes and extension of it. Hence it can get very crowded. Although there are no facilities, you can rely on FKK Bunculuka facilities (a 15 minutes walk) for your needs.

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Malta Beaches – San Blas in Gozo

Rating: ★★★½☆

San Blas in GozoSan Blas is a nice small secluded beach in the north-eastern part of Gozo. Its sand is very similar to the one of Ramla Bay, with the distinctive golden-reddish sand. It’s a nice place to spend the day,especially if you wish to escape from the crowds of more popular beaches.

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Malta Beaches – Imgiebah Bay

Rating: ★★★★☆

Imgiebah - SelmunImgiebah Bay is a sandy, remote and secluded beach in the north-eastern part of Malta. Water is crystal clear, the environment is usually pristine and very quiet, since very few people usually hang around here. There are no facilities around and the road taking you there is pretty rough (and relatively long), so you might want to prepare yourself before getting into that. Once you get there, you most likely realize it was worth the effort, since you find yourself surrounded by beautiful natural elements, both on the ground and under water; this beach is in fact also good for snorkeling. Just be sure to bring some water supplies and refreshments with you, since you’ll most likely need them. Since there’s no lifeguard on duty, please also pay attention to sea conditions. It’s usually not dangerous, but if it gets too crispy for your taste or you feel some activity, it might be wise to just get out of water.

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Malta Beaches – Gnejna Bay

Rating: ★★★★½

Gnejna Bay in MaltaGnejna Bay is a beach which is very popular among locals in Malta. It has a sandy bottom and it is perfect for swimming or sunbathing. There are a few facilities, such as a bar and a kiosk selling sandwiches and cold beverages. It is a cool place to spend the day, away from crowds.

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Malta Beaches – Blue Lagoon, Comino

Rating: ★★★★½

On the Island of Comino you can find the sheltered inlet known as the “Blue Lagoon”, whose stunning blue waters have transformed it into one of Malta’s premier attractions. It can be reached by boat only, either from Gozo or Malta. It’s suggested to get there early, as the place becomes VERY busy with tourists during the later hours of the day. more »

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