Camping Borik is close to the historic town of Zadar with its old fortress, many shops, bars and restaurants. The site has 700 pitches, 521 for touring units and all with 10A electricity. Pitching is haphazard under mature trees, which provide useful shade, off a long, tarmac access road to one side of the site. In the centre is a large, open field with young trees and no shade. All pitches are level on grass and gravel and there are views of the Adriatic from some. Camping Borik is part of the Borik Hotel complex and guests may use the amenities of the hotel, including tennis courts, a giant water slide and a minigolf course.
The site has a pebble beach on the lagoon. The sea is shallow here, which provides safe swimming from the beach or from a jetty which can also be used to moor small boats. The bustling seaside resort of Zadar has much to offer and from here ferries leave to the islands Mali Losinj, Cres and Pag and even to Pula in Istria. From pitches at the front of the site there may be some road noise.