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The Best Campsites in Kvarner


camp-kovacine1The Best Campsites in Kvarner (according to ratings of the Croatian Camping Association):

The Croatian Camping Association is a volunteer organization which brings together more than 200 providers of camping services. Campsites that were declared best, are situated in beautiful locations, have a rich gastronomic and shopping offer and a variety of sporting and recreational facilities:

Campsite Kovacine (Cres)

This family campsite is located on a peninsula, just a few steps from the town of Cres. It is a well-forested area. The beach is rocky and pebbly with areas for sunbathing. A special section of the campsite, with its own beach, is reserved for naturists. There are also diving lessons available.

Campsite Slatina (Cres)

The campsite is located on a terraced terrain that allows views of the sea from every accommodation unit. It is partly situated along the sea, under the tall pine trees. The long, narrow beach is stony with two pebbly beaches. A part of the beach is reserved for naturists.

Campsite Poljana (Mali Lošinj)

Campsite Poljana is located in the bay at the narrowest part of the island near Mali Lošinj. Campsites are located on terraced grounds that gently slope towards the sea and are usually in the shade of pine trees. The beach consists of 800 meters of coastline with sunbathing areas and a small pebbly cove. A special section of the beach is reserved for naturists. An integral part of the campsite is a harbour with 150 berths. The campsite is located on a wildlife refuge for dolphins.

Campsite Slamni (Krk)

This is a newly opened campsite in Klimno on the island of Krk. Klimno is situated on the eastern side of the island, just a fifteen-minute drive from the bridge. In its long tourist tradition, it has been known for its rich gastronomic offer.

Campsite Ježevac (Krk)

The campsite is located near the centre of the historic town of Krk. Most of the campsite is naturally covered in pine forest, but there are also sunny meadows. The 800-meter long beach at the campsite is pebbly and rocky in parts and offers numerous recreational facilities.

Campsite Pila (Krk)

Campsite Pila, separated from the beach only by a promenade and tamarisk trees, is situated on the sunny south of the island of Krk. Only a few footsteps connect guests of the campsite with the amenities of Punat, while numerous secluded sandy beaches are accessible by foot or boat. Guests camping in tents are able to use kitchen facility.

Campsite Zablace (Krk)

The campsite is situated next to the 1800 meter long, pebble “Vela Beach” in the centre of Baška, with views onto the surrounding islands and the coast of the mainland. Part of the campsite is located on the beach, and the other, non-parcelled, is situated about 100 meters from the sea. The price includes the use of the swimming pool and fitness studio in the wellness centre Baška situated 100 meters from the campsite.

Campsite Padova III (Rab)

The campsite is located in Banjol and is situated two kilometres from the centre of the old town of Rab, in a pine forest, along with a 500-meter long sandy beach.

Campsite San Marino (Rab)

The campsite is located in Lopar on the island of Rab, in a pine forest, along a mile long sandy beach, which is also known as” Paradise Beach”. The beach is especially suitable for non-swimmers and families with young children. The distance from the centre of the old town of Rab is 12 kilometres.

Naturist Campsite Bunculuka (Krk)

This nudist campsite is located near Baška, in a bay between two hills, which are characterized by unspoilt nature. The campsite has terraced plots surrounded by pine trees, acacias and Spanish Broom. Plots are fenced off with rocks and Spanish Broom. Descending towards the sea, the campsite ends with a pebble beach.

Naturist Campsite Politin (Krk)

The naturist campsite Politin is located on a secluded part of the island, about a mile from the town of Krk. It is located on a terraced terrain, covered with Mediterranean plants and exudes wilderness. It is intended solely for naturists. It has an 800-meter-long rocky beach with pebbly coves. Walking, cycling or jogging trails are nearby.