Deciding to spend the vacation in a camp can make your holidays a real pleasure, since you’ll probably be sleeping just a few meters from the sea, lulled to sleep by the sound of waves and the scent of pine trees. When choosing a camp for your holiday, here are some things you should take into consideration, apart from location and price.
So, when choosing a camp one of the most important things to consider is – who you are going camping with! If you have a pet you plan on taking with you, choose a camp at your preferred location that is also one with a beach and shower facilities for dogs. Such accommodation will make your pet happy while you won’t have to worry about finding a place for your dog for the summer – she’ll be coming with you! If the camp with pet accommodation is one of your criteria when choosing a camp on the Adriatic coast, it’s important to know that most camps in Northwestern Istria welcome pets.
If you have a family, consider if the camp is suitable for campers with children. That is, if it offers everything that a family with small children may need, what the beaches are like and what the camp’s general reputation is. If a holiday is a chance for both you and your children to get some sleep, but you also want to be surrounded by people who won’t mind children crying because they themselves are parents, then you should choose a camp such as Park Umag, at the very top of northern Istria.
You should also keep your own habits in mind. First and foremost, your diet, physical activity and your tolerance for other campers’ habits. If you’re not much for cooking and it’s important to you that the camp offers good cuisine, be sure to check the number and type of camp restaurants beforehand. If you’re a physically active person, then the Stella Maris Camp in Umag is the place for you, known for its recreational offers while those who want to spend some time alone in untouched nature, will enjoy the Mareda Camp near Novigrad.