Located on the heart shaped peninsula of Istria, Camping Park Umag is a resort you will easily fall in love with. The idyllic spot occupied by this four star resort offers visitors the perfect place to spend a sun-drenched holiday by the beautiful blue waters of the Sea.
With such close proximity to a Blue Flag pebbled beach featuring stunning azure blue waters, you can spend time by the sea as soon as day breaks. A stylish, newly developed swimming pool will complement the existing swimming pool that features an area for kids and pirate ship.
Sport lovers will be happy to know that the camping has a multisport ground and you can play football, basketball or beach volleyball. There is both a site run Children’s Club and Teen’s Club, so all the kids can spend time away from the grown-ups to enjoy some tournaments, competitions and activities with other holidaymakers. Entertainment for whole family includes live shows, theme parties, fitness classes and live music.
There is an abundance of dining options at the resort including an a la carte restaurant, pizzeria and snack bar. Sweet treats can be enjoyed at the ice cream corner and freshly squeezed juice can be bought from the fruit bar. If you fancy cooking in your accommodation, all the ingredients you need can be found at the fresh fish market, fresh fruit and veg market as well as the supermarket.
Spacious plots in the flourishing green camping host a variety of mobile homes. Each one comes equipped with a selection of essential amenities to ensure you have everything you need for the duration of your stay. For a true camping experience, the Glamptent provides guests with a unique and inviting place to reside.
Head north from the camping to reach the town of Umag, a stunning walled town that dates back to the 10th century. Highlights here include the 16th century Church of Roche and the Town Museum. Visit the oldest lighthouse in Croatia at the nearby town of Savudrija.
Lying south of the resort is the lively and popular seaside destination of Porec, where you can explore the Euphrasian Basilica and the beautiful Marafor Square.
Further south, the pastel coloured houses of Rovinj draw thousands of visitors each year. This beloved fishing port is home to many restaurants serving delicious seafood and worthwhile sites including the old town, Batana Museum, Dinopark theme park and the tower of St. Euphemia Church
From 21/04/2023 To 01/10/2023
Deutsch, Croatian, Italian, English
Pets not permitted