Campsite Miočić is located in the small village of Rtina, close to the sea and the local beach. It is just 13 kilometres from a highway (exit Posedarje), in the direction of the island of Pag and only 24 kilometres from the old town of Zadar. The camp is situated close to a small port with a romantic atmosphere and the local rustic tavern provides a wide range of Dalmatian and traditional dishes. 10 camping places and 15 pitches are available, all with electricity connections and surrounded by massive stones and mature olive trees. Miočić pays special attention to sound ecology providing as it does a waste water bio-treatment facility located in the sanitary facilities, as well as being equipped with solar panels.
Activities on offer include swimming and diving, beach volleyball, visits to the nearby ornithological area, local archaeological and hydro-archaeological sites as well as to famous national parks such as Krka, Kornati and Paklenica.
Places of interest
Rtina lies on a large promontory, in the northernmost part of the Dalmatian coast. Located at 43 m above sea level, it is situated 25 km form the city of Zadar.
Ražanac, situated on the coast of the Velebit Channel, in northern Dalmatia, 22 km northeast of the city of Zadar, is known for its excellent wines.
The town of Nin, located 15 km northwest of Zadar, has a history of more than 3000 years, as evidenced by numerous archaeological sites and by the rich museum collection.
The sunset, St. Donat, Hitchcock and maraschino are just some of the synonyms for the city of Zadar, one of the most important urban centers of Dalmatia, with a history of more than three thousand years.
- On the sea
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- Pitches with electric hook-up connection:
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- Shower cabin
- Hot water washbasin
- Washing machine
- Discharge for chemical WC