The camping rest area Duboka is located on the southern slopes of the Papuk Nature Park, a UNESCO's Geo Park, in the valley through which a creek flows downstream to the nearby city of Velika.
Particular attention is paid to the conservation of the environment, the use of alternative energy sources, wastewater treatment and waste management, while the campsite is largely made of natural materials. At guests’ disposal there are pitches equipped with water and electricity connections, camping plots for tents, sanitary facilities, a common kitchen and a barbecue area.
Thanks to its position, the campsite is an ideal starting point for a visit to the Papuk Mountain, included on the UNESCO World Geoparks list, and to enjoy many gastronomic specialties typical for this part of Slavonia.
Alongside a river
Nearby a national park
Town centre: 5 km
Pitches with electricity and fresh water: 11
Sanitary blocks: 2
Hot water washbasin
Discharge for chemical WC
Places of interest
The settlement of Velika is located in the lower part of the Duboka stream, on the southern slopes of Papuk Nature Park, a UNESCO's World Geopark. The 15 kilometers long road that leads up to the town of Požega goes through vast Slavonian fields, which in this part of Croatia are unusually encountered and intertwined with the surrounding hills and mountain peaks, creating a unique scene for enjoying a holiday full of activities in nature.
The town of Požega, unlike many other settlements in this predominantly flat part of continental Croatia, features numerous hills and streams, making the relief and layout of the city very dynamic and varied. The whole town, located in the Golden Valley (lat. Vallis Aurea), directly under the slopes of Požega hills, encroaches numerous cultural and historical monuments, while its most popular event is certainly the AureaFest festival, a week full of numerous entertainment events and performances.