Alan Rogers Review
Situated almost on the Slovenian border, this could be said to be the first and last campsite in Croatia. Part of the Istraturist group, the smart air-conditioned reception sets the tone for this very pleasant naturist site. It is located alongside the large Kanegra bungalow complex and campers are able to share its comprehensive facilities.
There are 193 level pitches here on sandy soil with sparse grass (90 are seasonal). They vary in size (60-100 sq.m), are marked and numbered and all have 16A electricity, however some also have water and drainage. The site has an open aspect with very little shade and sparkling clear waters off the rocky beach which runs its total length.
A safe area is roped off for swimmers. The site occupies a five hectare strip of coast winding between the imposing 120 m. rock face of an ancient quarry and the clear sea. It is directly across the bay from the town of Portoroz (Port of Roses) which is Slovenia’s major seaside resort and is a pleasant backdrop from Kanegra. This is a pleasant naturist site with a calming family atmosphere and pleasant places to eat. The restaurant and buffet bar enjoy fine sea views and there is an activity programme for all age groups. Unusually for naturist sites, there is no objection to single men. Its proximity to Slovenia (Portoroz 13 km. around the bay) makes it a possible base for visiting some of this country’s delights as well as those of Croatia.