The camping is located in the County of Istria, and as such it is the westernmost county of Croatia which includes the biggest part of the Istrian peninsula.
Coast length is 445 km, and on the islands of 539.9 km. The westernmost point is Savudrija, while the southernmost point is near Premantura (Kamenjak).
There are so called "white", "gray" and "red" Istria. White Istria is around the mountain peaks, gray Istria is a fertile land in Istria's interior, while red Istria (measles) is near the coast.
The climate is Mediterranean, very pleasant, with the highest average air temperature of 24 °C in August and the lowest average temperature of 5 °C in January. The summers are dry and warm, with more than 10 hours of sunlight a day.
Areas such as the Baredine cave near Poreč or underground river Foiba in Pazin are popular geological attractions. Quarry near Rovinj is particularly suited to the study of geology.
The famous nature reserves, National park Brijuni and Nature Park Učka are legally protected areas. Other interesting places are Limfjord, the woods near Motovun, Zlatni Rt and reserve Palud near Rovinj, the forest Šijanska šuma and protected landscape Kamenjak near Pula.
When cultural heritage is concerned, Istria has nothing to envy to any other region. Istria can be proud of amphitheater in Pula or Pula Arena, which is the largest and best preserved antique building in Croatia, Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, as one of the most beautiful preserved monument of early Byzantine art in the Mediterranean, and many others …
Istria is known for its gastronomy and its traditional flavors. As early as in 537. the famous Cassiodorus wrote that in that country, "patricians lead the lives of Gods". Here, symphonies of flavors compose contrary from the depths with the underground treasure. Shellfish, fish and crabs play together with the famous Istrian truffles. It is the country of finest wines and the best olive oil in the world.
Istria combines gastronomy and tradition of an active vacation, and it has many pubs, taverns and oil refineries located on the wine roads and oil roads, each with a different story. Combined with the natural beauty, rich historical and cultural heritage and gastronomy, Istria was and still is the most important and visited tourist destination in Croatia.
The camp is located near the town of Poreč (4,5 km), Vrsar (2,5 km), and the nearest Funtana (1,5 km).
After Pula, Poreč is the largest Istrian city by population. The city, which is almost two thousand years old, is located in the harbor and is protected from the sea by the island Sveti Nikola. Poreč is since 1970s one of the main centers of Croatian tourism, its thirty or so hotels have more than 95.000 beds, and there are 13 campsites, a nudist camp, 16 apartment complexes, villas, bungalows and family houses.
Vrsar certainly belongs among the most beautiful Istrian towns. Located "out there" in the middle of the west coast of Istria, a peaceful ancient town last five decades turned into a famous and developed tourism center. Tame and green coast between Poreč and Lim fjord draws sighs across Europe. The coastal area of Vrsar is well indented, full of small bays and islands. The place is very nice, suitable for tourists but also local residents.
Funtana is a fisherman's, agricultural and tourist village on the western coast of Istria, located between the tourist towns Vrsar and Poreč. This territory is spreading from Zelena Laguna in the west till Valkanela in the south. It is a part of the coast of the Istrian peninsula with numerous bays and islets. It counts more than a thousand inhabitants. Funtana is surrounded by hilly country covered with vineyards, olive groves, fields and meadows, oak and pine forests that are frequently spreading to the sea.