This site isn’t only great for party-people; the family facilities are just as appealing. A kids’ club will take yours off your hands whenever you need a siesta, and there are numerous playgrounds and games rooms to run amok in throughout the site. But if screaming children are the antithesis of your dream holiday, just decamp to the mile-long naturist section to skinny-dip in the silky seas in peace. New arrivals are driven around the site in a buggy so they can choose a spot. Front pitches under the pines offer great ocean views, but just be aware that they’ll also amplify the early-morning clamour of beachside excitement. Anyone after greater privacy parks near the entrance at the top left, under the ancient Dalmatian oaks.
The narrow sunbathing strip won’t win this campsite any best-beach accolades, but you’ll find you’re not short of alternatives, since Pag boasts the longest coastline in the Adriatic. By servicing a variety of demographics, you’re guaranteed to find a truly varied clientele here – from frazzled ravers to frazzled parents, and all the frazzled bits in between.
FacilitiesAcross the 140-acre site there are 400 pitches, each with electricity points, TV connections and WiFi. Plus, there’s a bakery, supermarket, restaurants, bars, bike and scooter hire, souvenirs, gas petrol, sports courts, mini-golf, 12 shower blocks and even a pet shower, plus everything you would expect of the ablutions including baby changing and disabled access. There is a dedicated nudist area.
Everyone!! Tents, campervans, caravans, couples, families, nudists, pets – all welcome.
NearbyRelax on the sandy beach. Hire a banana boat or, for older kids, a jet-ski.
Food & DrinkSalty sheep’s cheese is the local delicacy. For fish, spend an evening in a restaurant built like a boat at Straško’s Starac i more (‘The Old Man and the Sea’; Brac´e Radic´; 00 385 53 662 423).
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