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  • Season V-X
  • Surface: 0,09
  • Capacity: 21
  • Accommodation rental

Camp Din is located 2 kilometres from the centre of the town of Novigrad, in the north-west of Istria.

Surrounded by woods and green landscapes the camp is around 1.7 kilometres from the sea and offers accommodation on 7 pitches equipped with electricity connections. 2 of the pitches also have water connections. Apartments are available to rent too. A common barbecue area is provided, while bars and restaurants can be found about 1.5 kilometres from camp Dim, where guests can find everything they will need for a relaxing holiday.

The camp's location is ideal for a number of organised excursions, sightseeing and guided tours to the cities along the coast including Novigrad and Porec, as well as excursions to inland Istria during which tastings of local olive oil, prosciutto and truffles can be enjoyed.

Overview

Overview

Mini-camping Din

Campsite profile

  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 1,5 km
  • Water park: 5,5 km

Pitches

  • Pitches with electricity and fresh water: 2

Sanitary facilities

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

Supplies & leisure

Bars, restaurants & shops

  • Grocery shop: 1,2 km
  • Mini-Market: 1,2 km
  • Inn, restaurant: 1,5 km
  • Fast food and/or pizzeria: 1,5 km
  • Bars and patisseries: 2 km

Sport, recreation & leisure

  • Water park: 5,5 km

Other

  • Dispensary: 1,5 km
  • ATM
  • Gas canister sales: 0,1 km
Rental facilities

Rental facilities

Mobile-homes

Mobile-homes for hire: 2

Google Map

Google Map

Places of interest

Novigrad (Istra) Once a small fishing village, Novigrad is a well-known tourist destination located on the northwestern coast of the Istrian peninsula.  (More »)
Tar - Vabriga Known as a place where olives are grown, from which the best olive oil in Europe is produced, the area of the municipality of Tar-Vabriga is situated 10 km from Poreč and 55 km from Trieste.
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Poreč As one of the most visited Croatian camping destinations, the city of Poreč is famous for its mosaics and the Euphrasius Basilica from the 5th century. It located only 77 km form the city of Trieste.  (More »)
Umag As one of the first cities in the north of Istria which can be reached after crossing the border with Slovenia, Umag is a good introduction to what Istria offers throughout the year.  (More »)
Brtonigla Recognizable, among other things, as a place of excellent wines and olive oils, Brtonigla is a town worth visiting located in northwestern Istria.  (More »)