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Naturist Camping Bunculuka

Naturist Camping Bunculuka

Croatia, Kvarner, Krk

051 856 806
051 856 595
Open (touring pitches):  
17 April - 5 October.

Ref: CR6760

Alan Rogers Review

Naturist Camping Bunculuka is on the opposite side of the former fishing village of Baska from its sister site, Camping Zablace. It is situated in an attractive and very private, enclosed environment in a steeply sloping valley, bordered by trees on one side and the sea on the other. It has 400 pitches in two separate areas. The 200 plots for touring units are mainly in the open and on ground gently sloping downwards to the sea; the other area, to the rear of the site, is wooded and more hilly and is mainly used for tents. The front row of pitches has beautiful views over the sea and of the private pebble beach. Most pitches are fairly level, although the ground is a little rocky.

A lounge bar/restaurant is close to the beach, but from the site entrance it is only 500 m. to the promenade in the centre of Baska where there are several bars, restaurants and pizzerias.


Three good toilet blocks with open style washbasins and controllable hot showers, plus a small block close to the beach. Supermarket. Lounge bar/restaurant with covered and open-air terrace (Mediterranean and Thai cuisine). Small bakery and the grocery store within the restaurant. Tennis. Minigolf. Kayak rental. Deck chair and parasols rental on the beach. Safety deposit boxes for hire at reception. Electric barbecues only. WiFi throughout (free).

  • Accommodation to Rent
  • American Motor Homes
  • Bicycle Hire on Site
  • Bar Nearby
  • Bar on Site
  • Boat Launch Nearby
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Fishing on Site
  • Seaside Beach Onsite
  • Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Indoor Pool Nearby
  • Sailing Nearby
  • Restaurant
  • Naturist
  • Shop Nearby
  • Shop on Site
  • Takeaway Food
  • Pets allowed
  • Wifi (all site)
  • Wifi Free



On Krk follow D102 road south to Baska. Do not turn into Baska centre, continue and site is on left at end of D102. Entrance road is quite steep and may become narrow with parked cars, making site entry difficult.