Alan Rogers Review
Camping Adria is on the south side of the Milje/Muggia peninsula, right on the shore of the Adriatic Sea and just beyond the port. It has a concrete promenade with access to the sea, complemented by an Olympic size pool (June-September) with children’s pool, both filled with seawater. The site has 450 pitches (300 for tourers), all with 10A electricity, set up on one side of the site close to the sea. Pitches are off tarmac access roads, running down to the sea and most are between 80 and 90 sq.m, and six are fully serviced. Although the port facilities are visible from part of the site, this does not detract from its overall attractiveness.
Pitches at the beach (some used by static caravans) have beautiful views of the Adriatic and the historic ports of Koper and Izola. This part of the Slovenian Riviera has much to offer architecturally and culturally and you can visit the Adria hotel (once the Benedictine monastery of St Nicholas). The site organises boat trips to the historic fishing ports of Piran and Portoroz in July and August. The site recently opened its new wellness centre with indoor spa pool, jacuzzi, sauna and gym (extra charge). A quick stop facility is open to tourers in winter when the main site is closed.