A small but intimate campsite, camp Mali is only 30 metres from the famous beach at Baška on Krk Island.
Accommodating 60 guests on 30 plots, each plot is separated from the others by a fence and equipped with electric and water supply points, some of them including a barbecue area.
The campsite has a playground for the youngest guests, whilst close to the camp can be found a tennis court, mini golf course, a football field, and swimming pools.
Baška is known for the Baška Tablet, the most important and earliest artefact of Croatian literacy. Written in Glagolitic script, it can found in Jurandvor, near Baška, in the church of St Lucija. The church actually exhibits a replica of the tablet – the original being kept is in the hall of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb. For those interested in exploring the area, Baška offers over 80 kilometres of marked tourist footpaths.
Places of interest
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