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  • Season IV-IX
  • Surface: 29,6
  • Capacity: 3123
  • Accommodation rental

The four star naturist campsite, camp Ulika, offers it guests all the modern conveniences possible. Located on a peninsula that is 8 kilometres north of Poreč in Istria, it has been recognised as one of Croatia’s Best Campsites and is unique for the large number of holly oak trees covering the area it is situated on.

Accommodating 3,000 guests, the majority of the camp is divided into plots ranging in size between 80 and 160 square metres, most of them under the shade of aged trees, with a separate section reserved for guests with pets.

The camp’s 2.5 kilometre long shoreline consists of pebble and stone beaches with concreted sun bathing areas. On-site, the camp has a number of restaurants, grills, bars, souvenir and newspaper shops, together with a dance terrace and a supermarket.

For recreation, the camp offers its guests outdoor fresh-water swimming pools, tennis, table tennis, mini golf, bicycles, windsurfing, boat hire and trips, and beach volleyball. A specialist children’s programme of entertainment is organised, consisting of creative workshops and games, together with evening events.


Overview

Overview

Naturist Camping Ulika

Campsite profile

  • Naturist campsite
  • On the sea 
  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 8 km
  • Water park: 10 km
  • Internet coverage min. 80%

Pitches

  • Pitches: 591
  • Pitches with electricity and fresh water: 125
  • Pitches with electricity, fresh water and connection for waste water: 96
  • Pitches with Internet connection: 589
  • Refrigerator rental

Sanitary facilities

  • Sanitary blocks: 6
  • Family bathrooms: 4
  • Lavatories for children
  • 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
  • Fish for sale: 4
  • Fruits and vegetables: 4
  • Newsstand (papers and souvenirs): 1
  • Inn, restaurant: 4
  • Bars and patisseries: 1

Sport, recreation & leisure

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Water park: 10 km
  • Hair salon
  • Evening entertainment
  • Entertainment for adults
  • Entertainment for children
  • Children’s playground
  • Multipurpose court
  • Tennis 
  • Tennis school 
  • Beach volleyball
  • Mini golf
  • Table tennis
  • Boats for hire

Other

  • Barrier-Free beach
  • Small port 
  • Boat ramp 
  • Beach for dogs 
  • Dispensary: 8 km
  • ATM
  • Gas canister sales 
Rental facilities

Rental facilities

Mobile-homes

Mobile-homes for hire: 74

Mobile homes with air conditioning: 45

Mobile homes with pools: 15

Mobile homes - dogs allowed: 15

Caravans

Caravan rent: 8

Full comfort & pure nature

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...

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Places of interest

Poreč As one of the most visited Croatian camping destinations, the city of Poreč is famous for its mosaics and the Euphrasius Basilica from the 5th century. It located only 77 km form the city of Trieste.  (More »)
Novigrad (Istra) Once a small fishing village, Novigrad is a well-known tourist destination located on the northwestern coast of the Istrian peninsula.  (More »)
Funtana Funtana is located between Poreč and Vrsar, only a few hours drive from many of the most important European centers.  (More »)
Vrsar The town of Vrsar is located on the western coast of Istria, 10 km from Poreč. It is famous for Giacomo Casanova who visited it on two occasions in the 18th century.  (More »)