Beaches in Porec
Porec is a tourist destination that attracts many tourists with the beauty of its beaches and the clean sea. Most of the beaches of Porec have a blue flag which is an international award for the quality and purity of the environment.
Lanterna beach Porec
Since Poreč and Istria are exclusively oriented towards tourism, the beaches are very well kept and prepared for the season. Most beaches have showers, and shops, bars and restaurants are available in the immediate vicinity.
The beach of the city of Porec
The beach is located in the center of Porec and extends from Marina Porec to the tourist village Brulo. The city beach Poreč is a pebble beach and also one of the most popular beaches in Porec, so during the season you can expect a large crowd. If you are looking for a fun day then this beach is the right choice for you. Access to the beach is also provided for people with disabilities. It is equipped with showers; sunbeds and umbrellas are available for rent. Near the beach there is a wide selection of restaurants and cafes.
The Brulo beach is located south of the city center, in the same locality. The beach is partly pebbly, partly rocky and is located in a protected Mediterranean bay, surrounded by pine trees, ideal for a summer holiday. The beach has received the Blue Flag for its purity and good equipment. The beach has a sports center with a large variety of water sports and water park. On the beach it is possible to rent beach umbrellas and deckchairs; natural shade is also available. In the immediate vicinity there are some restaurants.
Borik beach is located on the north side of the city and the beach has a beautiful view of the old city. The beach is partly gravelly and partly paved, and there is a thick pine forest nearby, so there is plenty of deep shade. On the beach you can rent chairs, umbrellas and pedal boats. Visitors have access to tennis courts, beach volleyball court and minigolf. The beach has a playground for children and an entertainment club. Near the beach there are various restaurants.
Oliva beach is located on the island of St. Nicholas which is opposite of Poreč. The islands are 5 minutes away by boats that leave from the coast of the city. The beach is pebbly and is located near the Hotel Fortuna. It is equipped with showers and has a blue flag. Access to the sea is suitable for children and the elderly. A part of the beach is protected from the sun with oaks and pines.
The Bellevue beach is located within a hotel complex, and is 250 meters long. It is located in the suburb of Blue Lagoon which is 5 kilometers from Porec. It can be reached without problems by the seafront. The beach is rocky and has a maintained sea entrance. It is equipped with showers and changing rooms and there is the possibility to rent deckchairs and umbrellas. Given that the Blue Lagoon is a part of the city with a large number of hotels, visitors have at their disposal a large number of restaurants and shops.
The Crnika beach is located in the Lanterna campsite, located 13 km north of Poreč. Lanterna campsite is the largest camping site in Croatia with a capacity of 9000 people. The beach of Crnika is 300 meters long and has a part in gravel and a part in stone. Thanks to the high purity of the sea and the coasts and high quality equipment, the beach has received a blue flag. The beach is equipped with showers, changing rooms, and there is the possibility to rent umbrellas and chairs. Given that this is indeed a large field, it is packed with restaurants and various other services.
Lotosi Beach is 3 km from Poreč. The beach is pebbly and the purity of the sea and the quality of the beach has been awarded the Blue Flag. Right next to the beach there is a water park, so this is an ideal beach choice for children and young people. Along the beach there are restaurants, bars and shops full of food and all the necessary equipment for your beach holidays.