Beach Beli - Cres

In the village of Beli, just next to its little port, lies a carefully maintained natural shingle beach. Natural rocks form its other end. The sea is nice and clear. The beach is really special and it’s one of the most beautiful ones on the island Cres. The swimming area is secured. There are changing facilities at the beach, as well as a bar, toilets, a diving base, a campsite, a shop, a parking lot (fees apply), a zipline, and a road train which operates between the beach and the historical centre of the village. Also, there are kayak and SUP boards for rent, as well as beach chairs and parasols (also for rent). The beach is suitable for families with children and for anyone who would like to get some rest. A path over the rocks leads to other two nearby solitary beaches named Tepla and Vodice. Make sure you wear adequate shoes if you plan to visit them. There are no facilities at those two beaches.

Pebble beach
Suitable for everyone
Dog frendly
Beli
28 km
How to get to the beach

How to get to the beach

The beach at Beli can be reached by car all the way down: there is a parking lot at the very beach (fees apply). Alternatively, you can park your car at the village and walk down, or take the road train down to the beach.

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Zip-line Beli

Zip-line Beli starts from 35 m above sea level, descends over olive groves, harbor, over the sea and stops on grottoes at the end of the beach. Eager for adventure and adrenaline, be sure to make a descent.

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