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  • Season IV-X
  • Surface: 0,1
  • Capacity: 30

Campsite Klaus is located in Brodarica, 50 meters from the beach and only 10 km from the centre of the historical town of Šibenik.

It offers accommodation in equipped camping plots under the shade of olive trees, sanitary facilities and Wi-Fi internet, there are also apartments available, while shops and restaurants are located in the immediate vicinity of the campsite, as well as other entertainment facilities and services.

The island of Krapanj, located on the opposite side of the Brodarica coast, can be reached by boat. With the lowest elevation, this smallest inhabited Croatian island is known for its centuries-old tradition of harvesting and selling of sea sponges. The campsite is an ideal starting point for organizing numerous attractive excursions to the national parks of Krka and Kornati and to the Nature Park Vransko jezero.

Overview

Overview

Mini-camping Klaus

Campsite profile

  • On the sea: 0,1 km
  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 0,1 km

Sanitary facilities

  • Sanitary blocks 
  • Washing cabin
  • Hot water washbasin
Supplies & leisure

Supplies & leisure

Bars, restaurants & shops

  • Grocery shop: 3 km

Other

  • Dispensary: 0,1 km
  • Gas canister sales: 4 km
Rental facilities

Rental facilities

Bungalows and apartments

Bungalows or apartments for hire: 4

Google Map

Google Map

Places of interest

Brodarica Brodarica is situated on the Adriatic tourist road, 5 km south of Šibenik, on an especially attractive part of the coast for camping lovers.  (More »)
Šibenik The city of Šibenik is historically one of the most important Dalmatian cities, located in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, near the Kornati National Park.  (More »)
Primošten The town of Primošten is located at only 25 km from the city of Šibenik and 60 km from Split. Starting from the town, it is possible to visit the nearby national parks.  (More »)
Krka - National Park The Krka National Park is located about 15 km from the town of Šibenik, covering an area of 109 square kilometers of the most beautiful part of the Krka river and the lower part of the river Čikola.  (More »)