Kampor Mel is a sandy beach in Kampor, known for its very fine sand. Easily reached by boat or a car, it has a spacious parking spot with restaurants, and cafes that make it popular with families. Sports facilites include a trampoline, volleyball courts and there are deck chair rentals. There is a special entrance for the disabled and the south part of the beach is a dog beach.
Suha Punta near Kampor is among the most beautiful parts of the island. Covered in a lush forest, this peninsula with beautiful pebble stone and rocky beaches is ideal for bikers who can ride in the shade all the way to the beach. For those of you interested in comfort, there are lawns for sunbathing, deck chair and parasol rentals, cocktail bars, cafes, restaurants, tennis courts, beach volleyball and clean and tidy restrooms. Parking space is available next to the hotel.
Well known as a destination for people that prefer their holidays without the restraints of clothes, island of Rab has one of the oldest naturist beaches in the world, where a certain king Edward the VIII and Walis Simpson took a skinny dip. Kandarola beach is easily reached by taxy boats from Rab or Palit and you can drive there too. Beach facilities include a restaurant, deck chair and parasol rentals and of course, showers and toilets. There is a dog beach as well.
The island of Rab is rightly referred to as the pioneer of naturism on the Adriatic. The month of August 1936 is frequently mentioned as the official beginning of naturism in Rab, i.e. when the English king Edward VIII stayed there and the Rab authorities allowed him and his wife to take a nude swim in the bay of Kandarola. However it is certain that naturism on the island started long before that. The article "Trade in nakedness", published in the Austrian economic journal "Trend" no. 11/83 reports that the naturist beach in Rab was officially opened as early as at the transition to this century and that 50 beds in the hotels were reserved for naturists. The same article mentions that the firstnaturist beach in Rab was opened personally by Richard Ehrman, the presidentof the International Naturist Federation from Vienna in 1934. Naturism in Rab is also mentionedin the article of the Czech Josef Herman, in 1907 and of professor Günther in 1912, which proves that the Rab people had understood long ago the bright prospects of this movement which, at that time, was a very bold attitude. The possibility to swim without clothes attracts for a lot of tourists, so that many of them choose to spend their holidays in Rab. While nudists used to be very rare earlier, there are thousands of them nowadays.