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.