- A great location in Croatia for a holiday(voted best park in Croatia 2016),a large park with fantastic new kids pool complex which unlike the main pool is not salt water.
Sun loungers and parasols are 30 Kuna a day each approximately £4 which a lot of people didn't use as there are plenty of benches and grassed areas near the pools.
The site is kept immaculately clean by the staff who didn't all speak English but it didn't cause any issues.
All communal areas cleaned on a daily basis, with lots of recycling points for waste
If you've got a bike, scooter or skateboard take it as the park is large and hilly in places but with plenty of supermarkets and bakeries you don't have to go too far from your accommodation.
Everything on site has an extra charge including the table tennis, crazy golf, inflatables in the sea and tennis courts.
We only ate once on site at the pizzeria which was good and not overpriced with a pizza and beer costing just over 80 Kuna(£10) ,there is good internet access but only near the bars and reception area which can get very busy in the evenings, the tap water is fine to drink so no worries about buying lots of bottled water whilst you stay.
We stayed with Eurocamp with our accommodation at the far end of the park overlooking the estuary with great views but only 5 mins walk to the kids pool complex, the only downside is that it took about 6-7 mins by car to get to the main reception bars etc and the camp exit.
The reps were great at the problems we had, although the caravan wasn't the newest it was clean and the air conditioning worked fine, just a few lampshades and shelves missing.
We flew into Trieste with Ryanair and picked a hire car up from Europcar which we arranged through Eurocamp, no problem getting a vignette for Slovenia we bought ours from the newspaper shop at the airport for 45Euro which covers you for a month.
Travel time to the site is approx. 1hr 20 minutes from the airport where you need to leave your passports with reception for at least 24hrs upon arrival.
There are plenty of supermarkets and good restaurants nearby we used "Tommys" supermarket only 5mins drive away on the way to the site, they sell everything you need including fresh bread, rotisserie meats and also have a butchery section a lot cheaper than the site supermarket.
We travelled around by car visiting the local area during our two week stay, a must visit are the caves in Slovenia and if you can stretch the purse strings you can go to Venice by Seacat 2.5 hrs for 240 Kuna each, however there are additional charges for excursions when you get to Venice so ensure you take plenty of euros with you!!
There are also trips to see the Dolphins running on a daily basis from Porec.
This site is great for families with young children with ;lots for them to do the kids club was still running when we left late in September where the weather was still kind and sunny.
We would definitely recommend this site which is easily reached from the UK with a flight time of less than 2 hrs and easy car drive once you land!
Published on: 23 September 2016