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  • Season IV-X
  • Surface: 57
  • Capacity: 6054
  • Accommodation rental

Straško is one of the largest campsites in Dalmatia. It is located on the island of Pag, just two kilometres from the town of Novalja. The campsite is nestled in a breathtaking cove and covers 57 hectares of downy oak forest and olive groves. Straško is an ideal holiday destination for families and those seeking an authentic Dalmatian experience.


  • mini zoo with goats, horses, turkeys, donkeys, rabbits…
  • baby room and kids club, with babysitting services
  • dog park
  • boxing school run by Croatia’s legendary boxing champion Željko Mavrović

What’s new?

  • 34 new mobile homes
  • renovation of Plaža restaurant and More pizzeria

Accommodation options

The Straško campsite pitches are divided into three zones, covering an area of up to 140 m2 each. They include electricity, water, sewer, and SAT-TV hook-ups. Most of them are nestled in the shade of oak trees.

The campsite also features camping units with electricity hook-ups, and fully furnished mobile homes with a floor area of up to 36 m2, accommodating four to six persons. Some mobile homes are located by the beach, while others are near the mini zoo and shopping area. You can choose units with private pools or those suited to people with limited mobility. There are also luxury glamping tents for two to six people located in a tranquil area.

Guests have access to 13 top-class sanitary facilities, including baby changing areas, bathrooms adapted for people with disabilities, washing machines, dryers, and dog showers.

Beaches and pools

The Straško campsite’s beach is among the most beautiful ones on the island of Pag and Croatia in general. It flies the Blue Flag and stretches for two kilometres, with pebbles on the coast and fine sand in the sea. It is accompanied by a waterfront promenade with numerous amenities, such as bars and outdoor massage pavilions.

Not far from the beach, there is a swimming pool complex, featuring a sun deck and a kids’ pool with a slide.

Restaurants, bars and shops

The campsite has a restaurant, tavern, and pizzeria that offer a variety of meals, including à la carte, ready-made, pizza, barbecue, and dishes cooked under the bell. Additionally, homemade specialties made with high-quality ingredients from local suppliers are available.

Along the beach, several beach bars serve refreshing drinks and provide a perfect view of the sunset.

For fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, bakery products, hairdresser and beauty salon services, visit the Straško shopping zone within the campsite. The shopping zone also includes a shop with beach props, Straško grocery shops, and a camping gear shop. Nearby, there is a Gastro House and a winery where you can sample and purchase local produce and authentic souvenirs.

Sports and entertainment

Straško campsite offers a variety of sports activities and facilities. These include basketball courts, football pitches, a roofed gym, courts for padel and beach volleyball, boxing classes, and chess. Additionally, there are organized workout programs such as yoga, Pilates, and water aerobics.

The campsite’s entertainment team hosts evening shows, themed family days, eco workshops, sports tournaments, and cinema nights almost every day.

What to do and see on the island of Pag?

Pag is famous for its moon-like landscapes and extensive drystone walls, spanning over a thousand kilometres. The island has become a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, especially cyclists, rock climbers, kayakers, and runners, who find its landscapes and seascapes perfect for training. The bridge connecting its south side to the mainland makes it easy to embark on an excursion and explore Zadar and its surroundings. The staff at the campsite's information centre can assist you in selecting experiences tailored to your preferences. These may include excursions to national parks and islands.

In the nearby town of Novalja, you can visit the museum to see the attractive Roman aqueduct. The north-western part of the island is home to the beautiful olive groves of Lun, which includes an olive tree that is over 2,000 years old. When visiting Pag town, make sure to check out the Museum of Salt and the Gallery of Pag Lace. As an authentic island product, Pag lace has been inscribed on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

And lastly, treat yourself to Croatia’s most precious cheese – Pag cheese, which owes its superb quality to the rocky grazing grounds abundant in medicinal plants.



Camping Straško

Campsite profile

  • On the sea 
  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 2 km
  • Internet coverage min. 80%


  • Pitches: 483
  • Pitches with electricity, fresh water connection and sewerage: 483
  • Pitches with Internet connection: 483
  • Refrigerator rental
  • Motorhome parking places with electricity and fresh water: 6

Sanitary facilities

  • Sanitary blocks: 11
  • Family bathrooms: 4
  • Lavatories for children
  • Baby changing room
  • Toilets for disabled persons
  • Washing cabin
  • Hot water washbasin
  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • 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
  • Fish for sale: 1
  • Fruits and vegetables: 3
  • Newsstand (papers and souvenirs): 2
  • Inn, restaurant: 2
  • Fast food and/or pizzeria: 2
  • Bars and patisseries: 5

Sport, recreation & leisure

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Outdoor swimming pool for children
  • Hair salon
  • Massage
  • Evening entertainment
  • Entertainment for adults
  • Entertainment for children
  • Children’s playground
  • Five-a-side football
  • Tennis 
  • Tennis school 
  • Beach volleyball
  • Table tennis
  • Archery 
  • Climbing wall
  • Fitness
  • Riding  
  • Riding school 
  • Bicycles for hire
  • Boats for hire
  • Sailing lessons
  • Windsurfing
  • Windsurfing school
  • Diving  
  • Diving lessons 


  • Babysitting
  • Cinema
  • Barrier-Free beach
  • Boat ramp 
  • Boat hoist: 2 km
  • Beach for dogs 
  • Dispensary:  1,2 km
  • ATM
  • Gas canister sales 
Rental facilities

Rental facilities


Mobile-homes for hire: 603

Mobile homes with air conditioning: 311

Mobile homes with pools: 33

Mobile homes - dogs allowed: 344

You can experience the joy and the liberty of holidaying in a fabulous nature within the camp even if you do not own a caravan or a tent - and even with a maximum comfort! Welcome to a mobile home, apartment or bungalow, a completely new type of holiday where the nonconformism and the relaxation melts with a variety of events, entertainment and leisure of incredible beauty...


Glamping: 9


Caravan rent: 17

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Campsite map

Campsite map

Places of interest

Novalja Located in the northern part of Dalmatia, about 80 km from Zadar, Novalja is the tourist center of the island of Pag, famous for its lacework and cheese production.  (More »)
Pag The historical monuments and traditional cuisine are just some of the reasons to visit Pag, a city rich in culture and tradition, located on the homonymous island.  (More »)
Šimuni (Kolan) Šimuni is a fishing village located in the southwestern part of the island of Pag. It is situated 12 km from the town of Pag and 15 minutes from the Žigljen ferry port.  (More »)
Karlobag Karlobag is located between the Velebit Mountain and the sea, along the road that connects Rijeka and Dubrovnik. From Karlobag it is possible to visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park.  (More »)
Sjeverni Velebit - National Park North Velebit (Sjeverni Velebit) is the youngest of the Croatian national parks, established in 1999. It comprises the most attractive and, in terms of nature, the most valuable areas of the northern part of Velebit.  (More »)