Camp Kazela is partly naturist and is situated close to Medulin, formerly a fishing port and now a busy tourist town. The site has 965 touring units with electricity connections (12A) and 100 pitches with electricity, water and drainage. The remaining pitches are used for chalets, seasonal guests and tour operators. The site is open with young trees and some pitches have pleasant views over the sea. Some clusters of mature trees provide a little shade, but generally this site is something of a sun trap. The beach which borders part of the site is mainly of sharp rocks and therefore not suitable for paddling.
New to the upper part of the site is a shopping centre with supermarket, information centre and three restaurants. There are also two aqua parks; one beside the beach and the other close to the apartments. Kazela offers sporting opportunities such as parasailing, scuba diving, water skiing or sailing. This is a rough coastline with numerous little, uninhabited islands along the Medulin Bay, which offer plenty of opportunities for relaxation amongst unspoilt nature.