Camp Mina is situated about 500 metres from Jelsa, one of the largest towns on the island of Hvar, known to be the sunniest of the Croatian islands. Located on a peninsula, the majority of the camp’s grounds are covered with pine trees, with the sea just 20 metres away. Here, a number of stone, pebble and sandy beaches can be discovered, many of them especially suitable for children.
Accommodating 200 guests, the camp also has 48 bungalows for hire and offers a bar, shop, a children’s playground and a regular evening entertainment programme. Close by can be found some tennis courts and a miniature golf course.
Thanks to its cultural and historical heritage, the island of Hvar is considered to be one of the richest parts of Croatia and the entire Adriatic coast. Regular ferry lines connect Jelsa with Split and Bol on the island of Brač.