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Camping Strasko

Camping Strasko

Croatia, Dalmatia, Dalmatia, Novalia

053 661 226
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Open (touring pitches):  
17 April - 11 October.

Ref: CR6776

Alan Rogers Review

Strasko is a very large and well managed site that can claim to be one of the best in Croatia. Positioned close to Novalja on the Dalmatian island of Pag, it has 1,900 pitches on level ground with good shade from mature oak, pine and olive trees. The 900 touring pitches all have water, drainage, 10A electricity and TV connection. A further 250 pitches for FKK Naturist Camping are located in a private area behind a high rock wall with its own designated beach. The site can accommodate up to 6,000 people and can get very busy in July and August, but all pitches are clearly defined and there always seems to be space around you.

A superb 1,600 m. long Blue Flag beach is accessible from all parts of the site and almost every possible watersport is available. The sports centre beside the beach provides tennis courts, table tennis, a small gym, a basketball court and a sand football field, all at a small extra cost. The site has a full activity programme for children and evening entertainment for all ages.


Thirteen traditional toilet blocks fitted out and maintained to a high standard provide toilets, washbasins and controllable hot showers. 24 private washrooms are for rent. Washing machines at six locations. Large supermarket and several retail kiosks. Bars, restaurant, self-service restaurant and pizzeria. New swimming pool. Sports centre. Trampolines. Aerobics. Minigolf. Motor scooter hire. Bicycle hire. Gymnastics. Games machines. Daily children’s club. Evening entertainment. Small petting zoo. Bungalows to rent.

  • Camping Cheque
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Restaurant
  • Shop on Site
  • Pets allowed
  • Wifi Free
  • Wifi Partial Site



Take no. 2 coast road south from Rijeka and at Prizna take the ferry (check cost). From the ferry exit follow road for 5 miles, then turn right and follow signs for Novalja and site.