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Naturism in the 60s

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1963

The first official naturists stayed in the tents on the small island of Koversada near Vrsar, from which the largest naturist centre in Europe later expanded. 


1964

The first naturist association was initiated in the Federal Republic of Germany (BRD) based in Frankfurt under the name of "Yugoslavia Naturist Organization" and it was established by foreign and local naturists. 


1965

An official opening of the "Zelena laguna" naturist beach in Poreč.


1966

The development of naturism began, especially in Istria. That year, Croatia was the first socialist country that organized naturist campsites and beaches in the Kvarner region and west Istria, which were initially available only to foreigners. 


1966

Lanterna Poreč Tourist Village was established, as well as the Solaris Naturist Complex (later, in the early 70s).


1968

A new naturist camping centre was founded in Croatia: Akapulka near Punat on the island of Krk.


1968

Another naturist centre, Valalta near Rovinj in Istria, was opened in Croatia in the summer of 1968. 

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