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Lat: 45.13544 - Lon: 13.60707
The most famous naturist centre on the Adriatic and one of the oldest in Europe. It consists of a campground, apartments and villas.
  • 1700 Camping spaces
  • Open 1 Apr - 30 Oct
  • Area 85 hectares
  • Near the sea
  • Shop
  • Bar

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We stayed at this site July 2012. Its a huge site thats won lots of awards but we weren't impressed. At least 10% of the campers were'nt naturists and never went nude. This made the site feel like a clothing optional site rather than naturist. There were a lot of older teenagers/young adults who obviously didnt want to be at the site for naturism and tended to roam the site in groups.Scooters were ridden round the site by youngsters and some grafitti in the toilets.
We had some very noisy neighbours who kept us awake most nights till 5am when they went to bed. The management did nothing about it - suggesting that we moved pitches (not easy on this site as they couldnt tell you which pitches were free) We finally had to leave early due to lack of sleep - the site charged us for the unused days and were totally disinterested in our complaint. The site rules say no noise after midnight and no cars till 7am - but cars regularly moved around at all times. Security is very lax = we walked in and out of the main entrance on many occasions and were never asked for ID. Lots of others did the same. We know outsiders arrived by boat from other campsites as we met and talked to them (they do it often)
The site is hilly - and this makes walking to shop - beach - office very difficult. Charges for everyting - eg 70Kuna for 3 hrs (extortionate)
'Sandy' beach was not well kept - grass growing and never raked.
On plus side toilets & showers were very clean and sea clear. Pitches large and well marked.
We couldn't recommend this site to genuine naturists.

alex melrose
Visited Koversada August/September 2008,Found the site to be clean and well kept, was surprised at the size of the place a mixture of caravans, selfcatering flats and halfboard chalets. Our rep said that everyone gets lost there at sometime, she was right, I got lost for well over an hour on day two. Our accomodation, on halfboard basis was a little worn and in need of a update but, comfortable enough. Staff were friendly and generally spoke good english. Food in the restaurant was as you would expect in the main to be mediterainian in style and a little repetative though plentiful. The only draw backs are 1 The shear size of the site involved lots of walking and not really suitable for those with walking difficulties, even walking to the main gate would take thirty or so minutes and 2 The sea though chrystal clear the rocky beach was covered with a minute allgy that was very-very slippery under foot.

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