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  • Season V-X
  • Surface: 1,4
  • Capacity: 90

Campsite Dražica is located in the northwestern part of the island of Pag, famous for its lace, which is a UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage, as well as for the famous Pag sheep cheese, one of the world's finest cheeses. Located in the homonymous bay, the campsite offers accommodation under the shadow of ancient olive trees, while the natural environment and clean sea offer a sense of peace and relaxation, away from the city bustle.

Terraced pitches are located only a few steps from the pebble beach. The peaceful atmosphere can be found in the smaller bays nearby. There is a boat ramp and moorings for little boats right in front of the campsite. Free Wi-Fi Internet is available for all guests while in the restaurant guests can taste a variety of specialties of the island culinary tradition.

There is no grocery store inside the campsite but the owner delivers everything that guests need from the neighboring town of Novalja, which is 10 km away from the campsite. In the nearby village of Lun olive trees grow in the wild, with the oldest being over 1500 years old.

Overview

Overview

Mini-camping Dražica

Campsite profile

  • On the sea 
  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 10 km
  • Bed and breakfast or half board
  • Internet coverage min. 80%

Pitches

  • Organized pitches: 30
  • Pitches with electric hook-up, fresh water connection and sewerage: 27
  • Pitches with Internet connection: 30
  • Motorhome area with electric hook-up: 1

Sanitary facilities

  • Sanitary blocks 
  • Hot water washbasin
  • Washing machine
  • Discharge for chemical WC
Supplies & leisure

Supplies & leisure

Bars, restaurants & shops

  • Inn, restaurant: 1
  • Bars and patisseries: 1
  • Bed and breakfast or half board

Sport, recreation & leisure

  • Bicycles for hire

Other

  • Boat ramp 
  • Dispensary: 10 km
Google Map

Google Map

Places of interest

Novalja Located in the northern part of Dalmatia, about 80 km from Zadar, Novalja is the tourist center of the island of Pag, famous for its lacework and cheese production.  (More »)