Kuline Beach


Kuline Beach is still called Vecka kula among the locals, because of the beautiful massive medieval tower from the 16th century, which is preserved in its outlines, and is located in the Old Town of Paklenica. Throughout history, it had a defensive role against the Turks, that is, it was the overseer of the sub-Velebit channel. Kuline Beach is made of fine sand and is quite long, and the entrance to the sea is easy and convenient, so the beach is especially popular among families with children and the elderly. There are no additional facilities or facilities on the beach, and you can find them nearby, in the Old Town of Paklenica. The beach also lacks shade so be sure to bring parasols and sunscreen. Low Mediterranean vegetation stretches along the beach, and a 20-minute slower walk you can find Camping Paklenica - a nearby camp.

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(4 reviews)
From the long, straight fine sandy beaches that are ideal for morning runs, riding, and even kite flying to the presence of historic sites made the beach a good place to hangout. However, most facilities such as cafes are not around
I enjoyed the rich history the beach had and all that can be told by the friendly locals who are willing and ready to tell you the entire history. I also loved the vegetation from the tall pine trees that are along the beach
We took a 2O minute walk from the camp to visit this beautiful beach. The beach was long with fine sand which felt good walking on. Although there are no facilities, once you have everything you need you are set to having a nice time.
very good!!!
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