Camp Liza

Europe Slovenia

  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Children’s playground
  • Laundry
  • Campfires allowed
  • Dogs welcome
  • Groups welcome
  • Good walks nearby
Attractive, friendly site on thebanks of the Soca: perfect for water babies

If you’re planning on pitching at Slovenia’s Kamp Liza it might pay to bring along your personal kayak. With so many others lying around, without one you might feel a bit left out. The site offers access to two rivers: the emerald-green Soca and the clear, wild Koritnica, making it a serious boon for all aqua aficionados. Surrounded by the thrusting peaks and lush pastures of the Bovec valley, this site is a large, laid-back space. Groups are usually directed to the lower terrace, next to the burbling Soca; families gather in the central area, whilst independent tenters head to the furthest field, to strum guitars, sip cold beers and break out the barbie.

Nearby Bovec is tiny, but it’s 800 years old and one of the area’s key centres for adventure sports. This means not just kayaking, but mountain-biking, canyoning, white-water rafting and even skiing in winter. Bovec also has an array of cafés, shops and restaurants, as well as a daily dairy market and helpful tourist office. From here you can get up to the gorgeous Julian Alps (watch out for the windy roads!) and the attractive Triglavski Narodni Park.

Yep, Kamp Liza, with its wonderful access to so much natural beauty and relaxed ambience, is a truly inspiring place to be – kayak or no kayak.



Facilities are a little bit lacking, – there are toilets and hot showers and disabled facilities, but they’re limited. There’s a children’s playground and a washing machine and dryer. There is also a decent onsite restaurant.

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, caravans, dogs and pets – yes.


You can rent bikes for cycling tours around Bovec, and you can organise white-water activities like canyoning, kayaking and rafting through reception. You can also play beach volleyball or tennis at Crna Ovca, a sporty hangout by day and a top party spot by night. If your still not tired take the kids for a round of golf – there’s a course 3 miles/5 km from site (18 holes €40, 9 holes €25 weekdays).

Food & Drink

On site the Restaurant Liza offers a variety of typical dishes alongside more well-known global grub. However, the restaurant is only open during higher season (May–September). The nearest eating spot is Martinov Hram (00 386 5388 62 14; en route to Bovec selling many traditional dishes. Bovec itself (just over a mile/  2 km away) has several cafes and restaurants; noteworthy are Kavarna 1920, located in the very centre, a very popular coffee shop among locals and tourists alike, pizza/grill  Gostilna pod and Lipco (00 386 5389 62 80).


All year.


Contact Camp Liza, Kamp Liza, Vodenca 4, 5230 Bovec, Slovenia

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Getting There

From Klagenfurt (Austria), take the A2/E55 towards Villach, then the 83, turning left past Hart into the 109 towards the Slovenian border. On the Slovenian side take the 201 to Kranjska Gora, turning right onto the 206. Follow the 206 to Bovec, then follow signs for Kamp Liza. From Ljubljana, take the E61/A2 north, past Bled, merging onto the 201 to Kranjska Gora. Take a right at Kranjska Gora onto the 206, which brings you past the town of Soca and directly to Bovec. Follow signs for Kamp Liza.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 1 reviews


Great location

My son and I have just returned from a motorcycle tour to Europe and I took Cool Camping's recommendation when we arrived in Bovec in the early evening in June. We were not disappointed. It was charming. Big pitches (and very uncrowded anyway). Good facilities and a decent on-site restaurant (with good beer!). The river (very cold for paddling) was lovely but the whole situation was very scenic. Worth the detour off the main road from Bovec. I wish we had stayed two nights.
Jul 15, 2018 by schenkchristopher

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