Mobile homes - camp Porat
smaller camp with 20 mobile houses in a pine forest about 150 m from the beach. Povljana, island Pag, Croatia
Location:in town Poljana cca 15 km from town Pag.
- 15 km town Pag
- 38 km town Novalja
Beach:Near camp concrete and rocky beach. Cca 150 m away sand beach
Accommodation:19 mobile homes. Maximum for 4 adults + 2 children.
Sun Roller 24 m2
Capacity: 4 +2
Size: 8 m x 3 m
1 x bedroom (bed 140 x 190 cm - 2 people)
1 x bedroom (2 x bed 70 x 190 cm - 2 people)
1 x living room with dining area (pull-out sofa for one person 130 x 190 cm)
Terrace with garden furniture, air conditioning
MH - 24 M² - STANDARD:24 m2, air-conditioning, microwave, 2 bedrooms, bathroom (shower/WC), living room with pull out sofa, kitchen, garden furniture, parking
MH 4+2 - 32M² DELUXE:Mobile home 32 m2 consists of 2 bedrooms, first room - 2 separate beds 80x190, other room 1 bed 160x200, living room, TV + SAT, fridge, microwave oven, kettle, coffee maker and all cooking equipment, sleeping and showering (towels), 2 bathrooms with shower, one bathroom with toilet directly connected to the marriage room. The terrace is 18 m2 in size + parking for the car.
near tennis courts, bicycle rental, table tennis, restaurants and shops 200 m.
Povljana - island Pag
Povljana is located where Kvarner islands meet Dalmatia, in the south of the island of Pag, in a beautiful natural bay. Facing west it is sheltered from strong winds of bora and sirocco. It offers protection and refuge to both those coming from the sea and from the mainland, to devotees of the island rocks and plants, sunbathed and seasoned with salt. It is located on a hill, where karst rocks and fertile Povljana fields meet. Owing to plentiful water wells extensive agriculture is possible (vegetable and viticulture). Vast area of fertile land is covered with vineyards.
Traditionally, Povljana was an agricultural area that for centuries supplied food to majority of people on the island. In addition to agriculture, the population of Povljana earned their living from fishery and cattle breeding. Great changes occurred in the middle of the 20th century, when tourism started to develop in Povljana. First records of a great tourist wave dates back to 1954. Hunting tourism developed in Povljana first.
Today evidence supporting this theory can be found in the remains of a house in the territory of Veliko blato. This house belonged to the family Košćina, and this Pag nobility invited hunters from across Europe.What was once a rural land Povljana became a developed municipal centre, reflecting the efforts of the population investing in Povljana and striving to further affirm it as a distinguished tourist destination.
WI-FI - gratis.
In front of the house - GRATIS (one car) for every additional car is an additional charge at the reception (approx. 4 EUR per day).
Pets:allowed (extra payment)
Period 4.7. - 13.9. is only on Saturday-Saturday.