Paradise beach (Rajska Plaža)

type of beach: sand

Category: Top beaches, Sandy beaches, Blue flag beaches, Beaches in idyllic bays, Youth and entertainment beaches, Family beaches, Children's and non-swimmer beaches

Infrastructure: Beach Massage, Accessible by public transportation, Public parking near, Water sports center / rental, Sunbathing lawn, Benches, Natural shade, Ice cream, Fast Food, Beach bar, Coffeehouse, Bakery, Restaurant, Kiosk, Shop with beach items, Beach chair rentals, Beach umbrella rental, Showers, Changingrooms, Public toilets, Lifeguard

Activities: Paddle boat , Water slide, Children´s playground, Picigin, Beach volleyball, Rent a Kajak / Kanu, Jet-Ski, Children's amusement park, Trampoline, Minigolf, Table tennis, Tennis, Basketball, Soccer

The 1.5 km long sandy beach of Rajska Plaza in San Marino - also called paradise beach - is clearly the most popular beach on the Lopar peninsula. The extensive sandy beach with the "Blue Flag" quality label extends in a wide bay 1.5 km southeast of Lopar. Especially young children and non-swimmers enjoy the very wide shallow sloping shores going into the sea. Amenities consist of beach parasol and lounge chair rentals, restaurants and cafés as well as recreational opportunities (including massages, pedal boat rentals, beach volleyball, and a children's playground). Lifeguards, changing rooms, toilets and showers complete the infrastructure of the beach, which can be reached either on foot or by car and bus.

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