Alan Rogers Review
The Romans knew the island of Krk, where this campsite is located, as Insula Aurea - the Golden Isle. It is one of the largest and northernmost of Croatia’s 1185 islands and occupies a sheltered corner of the Adriatic. The beachside campsite has 164 touring pitches all equipped with electricity, water, waste water and WiFi connections and separated by low stone walls and mediterranean plants, with oak trees providing plenty of shade. A pleasant walk along the promenade takes you to the fishing village of Njivice with its many traditional restaurants, taverns and souvenir shops. The island is connected to the mainland by a bridge is also known as Kamp Njivice.
The campsite’s beach is a mixture of sand and pebble, and the woods come down to the shore-line, offering refuge from the sun if required. Krk has picturesque coves and gentle bays, fertile fields and dense forests of sub-Mediterranean vegetation, climbing to a region of bare limestone. Round the island’s 190 km. coastline are small hidden coves and popular blue flag beaches - and a scattering of attractive little towns, whilst on the mainland, Crikvenica is well worth a visit. The largest town in the area, Rijeka, is also an easy drive away.