Croatia, Dalmatia, Lozovac
- +385 022 778 495
- Start March - End October.
Alan Rogers Review
This campsite lies about 15 km from Sibenik, the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast, with narrow little streets and ancient monuments brimming with a colourful heritage. If you wish to experience genuine Croatian hospitality, you cannot afford to miss the opportunity to visit this small, rural site located just 2.5 km from the entrance to the Krka National Park. There's a huge wealth of stunning scenery in the park, with cascading waterfalls, a Roman amphitheatre and the iconic Franciscan monastery set on the tiny island of Visovac.
The site is owned and enthusiastically run by the Skocic family, and they will do all they can to ensure that your stay with them is enjoyable and memorable. There is space for 40 touring units, all on flat grass. Most have good shade, and all have 16A electricity and some tree shade.
The small, rustic restaurant and bar at the site entrance provides a good selection of homemade and reasonably priced dishes. Many incorporate fresh ingredients from the family garden, together with homemade cheese, cured ham, fresh bread and the family’s own excellent wine. Two minibuses are used by the family for trips to the nearby Krka National Park.
Two small toilet blocks, recently renovated, have good hot showers. No accessible facilities. Washing machine. No shop but bread and milk available. Bicycle hire. Play area. Restaurant/bar and takeaway. Pétanque area. WiFi throughout (free).
From Sibenik follow signs to Krka National Park. Site well signed on road 56, 2.5 km. from entrance to National Park.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N43 48 2||W15 56 31|