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The beginning of the 70s

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1970

The first naturist catalogue was printed, organized by the TSH Zagreb, which included all naturists campsites in Croatia. Our centres were mentioned around the world, and that inspired the INF to organize its congress in Croatia. 


1970

A cooperation was agreed on camping and naturism development between ”Koversada” and ”Montalivet” naturist campsite from France. 


1971

Solaris Naturist Campsite and Village was opened in Poreč. The first naturist organization in Croatia, the "Naturist Organization", was also established here. 


1971

Istra Naturist Campsite in Funtana, Kažela in Medulin, Ulika Naturist Campsite in the town of Červar Porat and Monsena Naturist Campsite in Rovinj were opened.


1972

The first "historical" Koversada Friends Society was established in May 1972 in Vrsar.  The second society was founded at the Solaris Naturist Campsite under the name of "Yugoslavia Naturist Organization".


1972

Punta Skala Naturist Village near Zadar was opened as well. "Punta Skala" operated as a naturist village up to 1988, when it was closed, but a part of the village, which functions even today, was left for the naturists. 


1972

Sovinje Tkon Autocamp was opened on the island of Pašman and it changed its name into FFF Campsite Sovinje in 1992. 


1974  

"Koversada Friends Society" changed its name into "Yugoslavia Naturist Society" so that, organizationally, the whole of Yugoslavia could be included. 


1974

Ljubljana RTV recorded the first naturist show at "Koversada" during those years, which was mostly educational and informational. It was the first naturist film in the history of naturism recorded in this area.


1974

The Yugoslavia Naturist Society participated in the 14th INF Congress in France. It was also the first time that a new society from a socialist country participated in the operation of the INF Congress.

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