SeaHelp travel guide: Uvala Meli Cres with sandy beach
There are no sandy beaches all throughout Croatia – a statement you hear from more or less superficial visitors over and over again. All throughout Croatia? That’s not quite true as some small coves, often only accessible on foot, steadfastly resist this widespread bias. One of them is Uvala Meli Cres.
Those anchoring there can stand in the water, barefoot and belly-deep, without being afraid of stepping on a stone or something similar. It’s the ideal place for peace seekers and skippers who indulged too much in the culinary delights at the large number of the Konobas around during recent days. And even if sporting activities in the crystal clear water of Uvala Meli cove contribute to balance to some extent the excessive calorie consumption of the past days, in most of the cases they are just serving as an excuse to avail oneself abundantly of the provisions aboard later on. So, prior to visiting the cove, make sure your fridge will be well equipped as there are no catering facilities within easy reach.
Our recommendation for all those who, despite numerous weather alerts (as well provided via the SeaHelp app), will be surprised by a bora: The best place to be protected as far as possible from a bora is in Uvala Meli cove on Cres island.
The SeaHelp area guide with Uvala Meli Cres: