Alan Rogers Review
Close to the historical town of Korcula, Autocamp Kalac is a good choice for a relaxing holiday on the Dalmatian coast. Not one of the typically large sites of the area, this is a modestly sized one with only 230 pitches. Most of these are suitable only for tents or reserved for the season, but 70 pitches are available for touring units. Located under trees, there is sufficient shade and all have 10A electricity connections. Many visitors leave their cars outside the camping areas, as the pitches are fairly small and not always easy to access. A restaurant and several bars are close to the sea.
During the day, the long shoreline – mainly rocky, partly sand – offers plenty of opportunities to retreat in private. In the evenings, the completely renovated medieval centre of Korcula town, with its little cobblestone squares and alleys below the old city walls, buzzes with activity.