Naturist camping is fun, exciting and rejuvenating. If you’re down for naturist camping in Croatia then Istria is the place to head to! This is the perfect place to unwind and relax while surrendering to the primeval pleasures of camping in the midst of Mother Nature. Of course, you don’t have to compromise on technology and modern gadgets because Istria camp sites offer Wi-Fi service. It is not necessary to have a caravan in order to enjoy camping in Istria because some of the campsites like Istra have their own homes and caravans to offer to the campers.
Istra definitely scores high in terms of sanitary facilities, accommodation units, sports and entertainment and other community centers like bars, restaurants and shopping centers. This three star naturist camp Istria, situated close to Funtana fishing village is quite a large one as it can accommodate up to three thousand campers! There are thirteen mobile homes and twenty two caravans available on rental here and numerous large camping plots. You can choose from amongst different options to find one that suits your budget and requirements best.
One can view the numerous tiny islands from the camp’s coastline while being under the shade of holly oaks. There is also a beach here, measuring a whopping 1000 meters in length, for those who enjoy sunbathing. With a distance of just 1 kilometer from the town center, there are many places of interest that you can access when you’re in Istra. Some of the places of interest are Funtana fishing village, Vrsar town and Porec city which is famous for its 5th century old Euphrasius Basilica and mosaics.
Istra has won the “Croatia’s Best Campsite” award for five consecutive years from 2010 onwards. The camp site definitely deserves the award as it has so much to offer to its campers in terms of sports, recreation and leisure activities. One can finding evening entertainment, riding school, diving lessons, children’s playground and even a mini club here for families. Since Istra is a naturist camping site therefore guests are required to adhere to the norms of naturist behavior. Thus, clothes are strictly forbidden when swimming, sunbathing or staying on the beach.