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  • Season V-X
  • Surface: 2
  • Capacity: 750

Situated 50 kilometres from the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’ – Dubrovnik – camp Prapratno is a three star campsite located in the bay of the same name. Surrounded by forests and olive trees, and in the immediate vicinity of the town of Ston, the camp can accommodate 960 guests.

With a pebbly beach nearby and a separate naturist beach, the camp offers its guests a supermarket, a restaurant, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, and 5-a-side football pitches. There are a number of fishing and sightseeing excursions available also.

Ston is known for the variety of fish that can be found in its coastal waters and equally well known for its mussel cultivation traditions. Amongst the sights to see in Ston is the famous Great Wall of Ston connecting the town and Mali Ston. Regular bus services operate from Ston to Dubrovnik.


Overview

Overview

Camping Prapratno

Campsite profile

  • On the sea 
  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 3 km
  • Internet coverage min. 80%

Pitches

  • Pitches: 250
  • Pitches with Internet connection: 250
  • Refrigerator rental

Sanitary facilities

  • Sanitary blocks: 3
  • Toilets for disabled persons
  • Hot water washbasin
  • Washing machine
  • Laundry and ironing service
  • Dog washing area
  • Discharge for chemical WC
  • Camper service
  • Showers on the beach
Supplies & leisure

Supplies & leisure

Bars, restaurants & shops

  • Grocery shop: 1
  • Mini-Market: 1
  • Fruits and vegetables: 1
  • Fast food and/or pizzeria: 1

Sport, recreation & leisure

  • Multipurpose court

Other

  • Dispensary: 3 km
  • ATM
  • Gas canister sales: 10 km
Google Map

Google Map

Youtube

Youtube

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Places of interest

Ston Ston is situated on the Pelješac peninsula, in southern Croatia. Except for the production of salt, it is also known for its medieval walls which are 5.5 km long.  (More »)
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