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  • Season IV-XI
  • Surface: 1
  • Capacity: 150

Camp Pod Maslinom is a two star campsite situated in the village of Orašac, only 11 kilometres west of the beautiful town of Dubrovnik. The campsite can accommodate 120 guests. A path running through a pine wood connects the campsite to two beaches and small port, just 3 minutes walk away, from which day trips to the islands of Koločep, Lopud and Šipan are organised.

Orašac has two grocery shops, a post office, a bowling alley, a school with football and basketball courts and its own botanical gardens. It is known for its natural richness and scenic beauty as well its historic buildings. Nearby Dubrovnik  offers a variety of restaurants serving local and regional cuisine.



Mini-camping Pod Maslinom

Campsite profile

  • On the sea 
  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 0,3 km


  • Pitches with electricity, fresh water and connection for waste water: 10

Sanitary facilities

  • Hot water washbasin
  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • Discharge for chemical WC
  • Showers on the beach
Supplies & leisure

Supplies & leisure

Bars, restaurants & shops

  • Grocery shop: 0,3 km
  • Mini-Market: 0,3 km
  • Inn, restaurant: 0,3 km
  • Fast food and/or pizzeria: 0,3 km
  • Bars and patisseries: 0,3 km


  • Discotheque: 12 km
  • Small port: 0,3 km
  • Boat ramp: 0,3 km
  • Boat hoist: 12 km
  • Dispensary: 1 km
  • ATM
  • Gas canister sales: 5 km
Google Map

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Places of interest

Orašac Orašac is a village located about 15 km northwest of the city of Dubrovnik to whom it administratively belongs. The city of Split is situated 200 km north of Orašac.  (More »)
Dubrovnik Situated in the south of Croatia, the city of Dubrovnik is one of the most known tourist destinations in Croatia. With its rich cultural and historical heritage, Dubrovnik is annually visited by many tourists.  (More »)
Mljet - National Park Located in southern Dalmatia, the island of Mljet, except for being thought as the greenest one, is by its position is the southernmost, and at the same time the easternmost Croatian island. It is also a national park.  (More »)