Labadusa is a campsite situated in the south of Čiovo Island, the island being linked to Trogir, the nearest larger tourist centre, by a drawbridge.
Camp Labadusa is a veritable oasis of untouched beauty. It features a Mediterranean stone tavern with its own roof terrace and offers a wide gastronomic choice including Dalmatian specialties such as spiced home-made olive oil and drinks. At the front of the tavern there is a stone-built bar, located next to the sea with a swing and slide specially for children to amuse themselves with. The campsite can accommodate up to 400 guests and includes 12 mobile homes for rent.
Nearby Trogir’s cultural and tourist attractions include its old town with its narrow streets, Kamerlengo and St. Marko fortresses, Kairos museum, the cathedral and other sights, all of which can be visited accompanied by the campsite’s professional tourist guide.