Kamp Karin


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  • two hours of stand-up paddling free of charge

Ratings

Ratings in detail

  • Tranquillity
    4.5

  • Food / Shops
    3.2

  • Overall cleanliness
    4.8

  • Cleanliness of sanitary facilities
    4.8

  • Condition of rental accommodation
    4.9

  • Friendliness
    4.9

  • Infrastructure
    4.4

  • Leisure activities
    3.9

  • Location
    4.3

  • Value for money
    4.4

  • Sanitary facilities
    4.8

What guests write

4.0
Andreas K.
Stay: Aug 2018
"20 Tage August/September - Der Platz ist sehrt ruhig gelegen.Wird von zwei Brüdern betrieben, Eugen+Ilja.Alle sehr freundlich.Duschen ohne Spritzwand und ständig muss man auf den Knopf drücken damit das Wasser läuft.Aber immer warmes Wasser.Die vorderen Parzellen sind recht uneben und haben keinen Abwasseranschluss.Deswegen immer Auffahrkeil mitnehmen.Nachts wird der Platz von einem Sicherheitsmann ( Ivica ) bewacht.Er ist Kick-Boxer und sehr nett.Direkte Lebensmittelversorgung gibt es auf dem Platz nicht.Gleich nebenan ist aber ein Mini-Lebensmittelgeschäft und auch ein kleiner Bäcker.Ansonsten fährt man über die kleine Brücke in den Nachbarort,wo auch etwas mehr los ist.Der von anderen Campern angesprochene Hund wurde von Fremden hier ausgesetzt und die Betreiber haben ihm ein neues Zuhause gegeben. Wir haben selber 2 Hunde und können ruhigen Gewissens sagen: Dem Hund geht es hier sehr gut. Die Glocken vom Kloster stören uns auch nicht im geringsten.Sie gehören einfach zur Idylle dazu.Anscheinend leben nur 3 Mönche im Kloster. Zum Schwimmen muss man etwas weiter rein ins Wasser, weil es sonst nur ca. knie bis hüfthoch ist.Morgens lagen oft Feigen auf unserem Campingtisch,die vom Platzbetreiber an die Gäste verteilt werden.Um es kurz zu fassen: Uns hat es sehr gut gefallen und wir werden ganz sicher wieder kommen. P.S.: Der Platz ist eingezäunt und hat nur einen Zugang zum Wasser. Das liegt aber daran, dass viele Strandbesucher am Platz vorbei laufen und dient der Sicherheit von Hab und Gut.

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Activities recommended by guests

Swimming (24 Guests)
Relaxing (17 Guests)
Kayaking (14 Guests)

Hiking
(13 Guests)
Cycling
(8 Guests)
Fishing
(6 Guests)
Surfing
(5 Guests)
Sightseeing
(4 Guests)
Culture
(3 Guests)
Mountain biking
(3 Guests)
Sailing
(3 Guests)

Rated by guests as "Suitable for"

4.9
Guests with dogs
4.9
Senior citizens
4.8
Guests with tents
4.7
Couples
4.6
Families with children under 6
4.5
Families with children under 12
4.0
Families with children under 18
3.2
Youth groups

Description

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Welcome to Kamp Karin, our family-operated campsite in Karin, Zadar County: a beachfront campsite set on the unique Karin Sea, some say "the smallest sea in the world". Its stunning environment of natural beauty, old pinewood trees, and crystal clear …water of the Adriatic Sea combines the relaxed ambiance of Karin with the refined hospitality and the incomparable advantages of a modern camping site; two swimming pools, children’s playground, BBQ spots, as well as the possibility to rent a SUP board (Stand Up Paddle Board), kayak, etc. . We are offering our guests: Pitches / Plots; several types, some right next to the sea, others in the shade of pine trees. The pitches are of a great size and are generally well-shaded, with superb sea views and authentic Dalmatian surroundings. Glamping Tents; modern French Nateko Glamping tents for hire, equipped with a double bed, fresh linen and towels, a set of tables and chairs, and a small front deck. The structures and services at Kamp Karin are designed to have a minimal environmental impact. The exceptional summer weather in Karin is splendid for the open living offered by the tents. Glamping is ideal for couples and families that are looking for an alternative, value-added accommodation, close to nature without the confines of four brick walls. Mobile Homes; Inspired by the unique Croatian landscape, our mobile homes are constructed with a simple, fine, elegant design. White shades and natural wood paneling offer an unforgettable holiday experience just a few meters from the beach. New luxurious and superbly equipped mobile homes consist of two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and living room with a pool out sofa, a toilette, and an 18 m2 terrace with a dining table and chairs. The mobile home can accommodate up to 6 people.
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  • Campsite category:
  • Size of the site: 1.5 ha (Ground conditions: Grass)
  • Total number of pitches: 50
  • Number of tourist pitches: 50 (Of which parcels: 50)
  • Motorhome pitches in front of the gates: 10
  • Stopover pitches in front of the gates also for caravans: Available
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Reference price

Peak season €49.00*
Low season €39.00*
*Two adults, caravan, car, electricity and local taxes per night

Operating hours

28. April - 08. October

Location

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4.5

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Gornji Karin is a seaside resort located in Croatia, Zadar County, on the coast of one of the smallest seas in the world, the Karin sea. Donji and Gornji Karin are divided by the river Karišnica, which, together with river …Bijela Rijeka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Gornji Karin is an integral part of the City of Obrovac, while Donji Karin falls under the jurisdiction of the City of Benkovac.
  • Sea: On site
  • River: On site
  • Next city: 36 km
  • Next town/village: 2.2 km
  • Motorway exit: 23 km

Address

Karin Plaža 0
23452 Donji Karin
Croatia
GPS Coordinates
Lat 44.12874, Long 15.61842
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