Camp Arena Stupice is located in the southernmost part of the Croatian peninsula of Istria. At this large campsite you camp in a pine forest on sloping terrain directly on the Adriatic coast.
The A9 motorway takes you from the northern border all the way to Pula, a historic coastal town in the southernmost part of Istria. There you follow the signs to Premantura, where the campsite is located just outside the centre. A slightly descending road takes you to the wooded campsite with its modern reception building.
Camping with a view
The campsite is largely shaded by tall pine trees. The terrain is rugged and descends towards the coast, so many of the more than 900 touring pitches are not flat. The most beautiful spots can be found directly on the coastline, from where you have a view over the Adriatic Sea. These pitches are also often uneven. Special is the tiny peninsula into the Adriatic Sea. Here you can also camp on a flat, round lawn.
The sanitary facilities are basically fine, but slightly outdated. And in high season there are sometimes some problems with hot water. On the other hand, a shower is free of charge. The campsite has two restaurants and a snack bar. You'll also find a supermarket with a fairly extensive assortment. Directly at the campsite you can windsurf, kayak and go stand-up paddle surfing. Hiking and cycling routes lead to the nature reserve cape Kamenjak. With its well-preserved Roman amphitheatre, the historic centre of Pula is a nice destination. Twenty minutes by car and you are in the centre.