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The Valalta Naturist Camp was established at the end of the 1960s on the tame slopes stretching along the northern coast of Rovinj. During its existence the camp’s name Valalta has become a synonym of unquestionable quality among lovers of this sensitive tourism branch.

  • Bar
  • Caravan/Camper pitches
  • Entrance to beach
  • Family friendly
  • Federation membership required
  • Jacuzzi
  • Rental accommodation
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court
  • Tent pitches

2 Reviews for Camp Valalta

2xtourists

3 Reviews

The perfect first naturist holiday

5/ 5

My wife and I visited Valalta in May/June 2017 for what was our first holiday at a naturist resort. It was a great place to start – partly because it would not be intimidating for a completely novice naturist, but also because the lovely atmosphere of the resort was enough even for my wife – who was yet to be convinced she was comfortable with being a naturist and committing to naturist holidays – to be sold on the idea. It is the antithesis of the outdated, make-do British naturist clubs we had visited previously, so changed her mind completely. In short: it is one of the places I would advise anyone to consider if he wants to give a naturist holiday a go, but his better half isn’t so sure. Our accommodation was a small pre-fab chalet, which was quite basic, but as you don’t go to Valalta to sit indoors, it was perfectly adequate. The site is huge – big enough to allow for glorious nude walks and even cycle rides (and you can hire bikes on-site). The only disappointing thing about Valalta is that – in keeping with many other European resorts – as soon as the sun started to go down, almost everyone started to dress, apart from some who remained nude around their accommodation. We weren’t sure what the rule was about nudity in the restaurants in the evenings (although we were nude in one beach-front restaurant , during the day), but nobody was nude, so you would have to feel pretty bold to be the odd one out. It’s better to go into nearby Roving instead, a truly charming little coastal town, with lots of restaurants to choose from, and we fell in love with it. A major plus for Valalta is its location. As well as being close to Roving, it is also a good base for visiting nearby Porec and an easy day trip to Ljubljana (the capital of Slovenia, which is a two-hour drive away) or Venice (a three-hour boat trip away, but well worth the effort). Again, because this offers an interesting holiday for anyone in your party whose priority is not getting naked, Valalta is a good choice if your partner is not as keen to try naturism or commit to a naturist holiday. We would not hesitate to recommend a holiday at Valalta to any naturist or wannabe naturist.

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jim trevino

4 Reviews

My first resort. A Gold standard has been set.

5/ 5

It looks like NUDE needs a helping hand with some reviews. I’ll help out once a year my reporting my annual trip. I’ll try to follow the Naked Wanderings format, but probably go to places they haven’t been, like Valalta. i was there is August 2018. RECEPTION: Excellent. The lady spoke perfect english (after speaking to the previous guest in german) and was very helpful in walking me through the map of the resort and where everything was. This was necessary because the resort is huge! FACILITIES: Everything you could want in a beach camping holiday, textile or nude. A magnificent main pool complex, and a 2nd, smaller pool with swim-up bar near the Uvala restaurant. Four restaurant outlets, and two lunch only places. I went to the buffet as part of my half-board package. Breakfast was great, and dinner was always good. Lots and lots of stuff for kids, including organised games in the main pool. STAFF. Always polite and helpful to me. The office staff and food outlet staff spoke good english. The daily cleaner only spoke italian (I think), but she did her job very well in my bungalow room. GUESTS. This was peak school holiday time, so it was mostly families, but there was a good mix of all ages. Most common were german speakers, probably from Austria, quite a few Italians, and a few Czechs and Slovenians, judging from the number plates. At nighttime, in my part of the resort it was quiet. LODGING: I stayed in the cheapest option bungalow (type s I think). Frankly it was too small, but the aircon worked, the shower pressure was good, it was clean when I got there and got cleaned every day. I’d go up a level next time. Hopefully this review isn’t too long. Thanks for reading if you made it to the end. EDIT: Two things I forgot, which I’ll include in any other reviews I do. Firstly, the free wi-fi was awful, and the paid session I did from the office wasn’t much better. Valalta management need to fix this. Secondly, away from their camps, in the daytime everyone was naked (except three teenage girls who kept trying to dodge the staff).

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