Located on the north eastern side of the island of Cres, camp Brajdi is close to the small town of Beli. It is a simple but idyllic campsite on the coast with a nice pebble beach and small pier.
Brajdi can accommodate a maximum of 250 guests with its pitches occupying a partially wooded terrain. A shop and restaurant are located within the campsite, whilst the town of Beli offers a wider variety of facilities. Being one of the oldest settlements on Cres, Beli benefits from a wide variety of historical and cultural sites.
One of the must-see highlights of the region are the famous white-headed Griffon vultures that inhabit the area, and thanks to the activities of the local ecological centre “Caput Insulae”, which is dedicated to the protection of the island’s biodiversity, the natural landscapes and fauna around Beli are waiting to be explored.