Alan Rogers Review
Camping Simuni is landscaped on a gently sloping hillside with low rock walls alongside well maintained access roads. Many varieties of shrubs and flowers give it a pleasant, welcoming atmosphere. It is close to the fishing village of Simuni and just 10 km. from Pag on the island of Pag. There are 1,000 pitches, with 650 available for touring units. All have 16A electricity and a water tap between four pitches and 200 are fully serviced. Access is good and most plots are on level hardcore or gravel. Tent pitches are rather small. Good shade is provided by mature trees. The site has a private and very clean Blue Flag pebble beach and offers many sporting facilities.
Close to the beach are a pizzeria, two bars, two restaurants, one buffet style and one à la carte, serving a selection of meals at reasonable prices. Many of the tables enjoy pleasant views of the sea. Local fish is a speciality. The open-fronted reception building and other site buildings have been constructed in a traditional style using recycled materials. Being so close to Pag, one should not miss out on the speciality of the island, the Pag cheese, cured ham and lamb.
Three well fitted out sanitary blocks, plus a further three blocks without showers. Laundry service from reception. Supermarket and fruit kiosks, bakery and fish market. Bar, pizzeria and restaurants. Refurbished tennis and multisports area. Bicycle hire. Car and scooter hire. Aerobics. Boat launching. Trampolines. Miniclub. Nightly entertainment during high season. Mobile homes and bungalows to rent all season.
- Bicycle Hire on Site
- All Year
- Camping Cheque
- Seaside Beach Onsite
- Sailing on Site
- Pets allowed
Take E65 road south from Rijeka to Prizna and take ferry to Pag. From ferry follow signs for Pag town and site. Alternatively, continue on E65. Before Zadar, follow signs to Pag. At petrol station in Pag town, turn left towards Novalja and follow signs to site (10 km).