Beaches, preserved environment and the clean sea are the most treasured highlights of the island of Cres. Cres is rich in arranged, natural, big, small, stone, pebble, shingle, sand and secluded beaches: a real treat for nature lovers.
The loveliest beaches are tagged with the Blue flag that guarantees high level of both service and safety standards as well as the clean sea.
Naturist beaches are located in Cres within the camping site Kovačine and in Punta Križa. In the camping site Kovačine there is also a beach for disabled users with all the necessary aid and a special access to the sea.
Mali bok, Orlec
The island of Cres is famous for its secluded bays and beaches. The bay Mali Bok is set in the small village of Orlec not far away from Cres: here is a pebble beach sheltered with high cliffs providing the beach with shade. A steep path runs to the beach: nevertheless, you should spare no effort in taking the path since the beach is worth every step.
Valun is a small coastal village with two lovely shingle beaches rimmed with dense pine forest. The village offers everything you need: a shop, restaurants and coffee shops. You can also come across numerous smaller isolated bays next to the bigger beach.
Sv. Ivan, Lubenice
The beach Sv. Ivan is located in the bay under Lubenice and is one of the loveliest beaches on the island. You can get to the beach on foot from Lubenice or by boat – your own or you can embark on an organized boat tour. The beach is isolated and frequented by only a few visitors which makes it perfect for a peaceful vacation. The beach Sv Ivan was ranked fifteenth among the forty most beautiful beaches in the world by the German magazine Bild.