A small, simple but idyllic campsite, camp Zdovice is located in the picturesque bay of Valun, on the island of Cres. The camp sits in a partly forested area with a pebble beach and can accommodate up to 220 guests.
Only tents are permitted in the camp - cars and caravans are not permitted access. The nearest bars, restaurants, grocery shop and news stand are within 200 metres of the camp.
Valun is a typical fishing village known as the place where the Valun Tablet, a bilingual (Old Croatian and Latin) and digraphic (Glagolitic and Latin) tablet from the 11th century, was found. In addition to the boat excursions organized in the village, it offers an interesting culinary experience based mostly on fish and seafood dishes that are prepared in a traditional way. Local delicacies include prosciutto, sheep’s cheese, wine and dry figs. Together with the towns of Osor and Lubenice, Valun is considered to be one of the must-see destinations on the island of Cres.
Places of interest
Valun is situated in the southern part of the Bay of Valun between two beautiful pebbly beaches. Valun was founded as a port of the old village of Bucev, the remains of which were found in the vicinity of the Church of St. Mark, whose inhabitants...
Cres is the largest town on the island with whom it shares its name, with a long tradition in tourism, whose origins date back to 1845.
- On the sea
- Distance from the town centre:
- Sanitary facilities with hot water
- Hot water washbasin