Sveti Petar (Makarska, Croatia)

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Sv. Petar peninsula
Sv. Petar nudist beach 2009

Sv. Petar (Sveti Petar, St. Peter) is a small peninsula at the port entrance of Makarska, Croatia. It is named after a 13th-century chunch of St. Peter. Today the peninsula serves as a city park and beach. The rocky beach on the outside of the peninsula is clothing optional but mostly used by naturists. Nearby the beach is the Sv. Petar lighthouse, built in 1884.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Svjetionik Poluotok Sv. Petar". plovput.hr (in Croatian). Plovput. Retrieved 4 June 2015. 

Coordinates: 43°17′36″N 17°0′43″E / 43.29333°N 17.01194°E / 43.29333; 17.01194