Beach Kovačine - Cres

At the north end of Cres lies the beautiful Kovačine beach. It’s located within the inhabited area, as a part of a homonymous campsite. The beach has access to an entire array of facilities, from accommodation facilities of the campsite to bars and restaurants. There are many points of interest which might catch your attention. You can try diving or attend an entire diving course here at the diving base. South of the beach there’s a hotel, as well as a choice of private accommodation. The configuration of the beach varies from concrete plateaus to gravel with rocks rising from the deep. One section of the beach is an FKK-designated area.

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

How to get to the beach

The beach can be reached on foot (a 20-minute walk from Cres city centre), by bike, or by car. We recommend a stroll along the coast: you can enjoy the easy walk, see other beaches along the way, or make a stop at one of the bars along the way and have a refreshing drink.

Where is the beach Kovačine

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Beach activities Kovačine

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Rent a kayak

Rent a kayak and enjoy rowing along the coast.

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Rent a bike Cres

Rent a bike, breathe in the nature of Cres. Bicycle is the best means of transport for fully enjoying the beauties of the nature on Cres.

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Rent a SUP Cres

Windsurfing or SUP (short for Stand Up Paddling) will delight anyone who wants to "walk" on the water and explore the coast and bays of Cres on the calm sea.

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Water Sports in Cres

Spend your holidays having fun and doing water sports. If you are up for some crazy water activities and rushes of adrenaline, try out parasailing, flyboarding, a crazy UFO ride, a bump-a-ride or a banana ride.


Let's Protect the Environment

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Humans fill their own living space and the space of the next generations with waste that comes from production and consumption. This waste pollutes the living elements (water, air and soil) on which life on Earth depends. More than 60% of people on Earth live by the sea or at sea and therefore protecting our seas is extremenly important.