|Novalja, island of Pag, Croatia|
It is situated in the northern part of the Island of Pag, the region well-known for sheep breeding (cheese and lamb from Pag are world-famous) and olives, some of whom are dating as far back as the Roman times.
With regard to its accommodation capacity, the camp belongs to the range of small, family campsites - with about 30 plots in cascade arrangement, so that each plot has a sea view.
The campsite is characterised by exceptionally neat sanitary rooms with warm and cold water. Although there is no electricity, it is well lit by means of alternative source of energy. The sea is crystal clear, the beach is sandy, and the only thing breaking the peace is the sound of waves.
These are the reasons you should visit our campsite, which could be simply described by these words: "THE AUTHENTIC MEDITERRANEAN, AS IT USED TO BE".