Arena Stoja Campsite is a large campsite on the west coast of the Croatian peninsula of Istria. This older campsite is located on a wooded piece of land surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, about three kilometres from the historic centre of Pula. You will camp in a pine forest, on a rugged terrain with lots of shade.
In the shade of pine trees
Arena Stoja Campsite is a lot older than many of the modern campsites in Istria. The extensive, largely wooded campsite is unpaved and quite rough. Although the more than seven hundred touring pitches are not all equally flat, you can camp on beautiful spacious pitches in the shade of pine trees. These trees, however, can slightly obstruct the passage to your camping pitch.
Swimming, diving and snorkeling
The headland on which the campsite is situated is surrounded by water. The Adriatic Sea encloses the entire campsite, allowing you to dive into the clear water from various points. The coast here is rocky and has no sandy beaches.
Not only swimming goes well here. There is a diving school on the campsite. Divers can rent their equipment here or take lessons to discover the underwater world of the Adriatic. If diving is a little too much for you, take your snorkel and mask with you.
Supermarket and restaurant
With a supermarket with a wide range of products, a restaurant and a beach bar, the campsite's hospitality is in good shape. The restaurant has an extensive menu, which mainly includes grill and seafood dishes. On the large outdoor terrace you can enjoy a long dinner in the sun.
- €18 per night during lowseason
- Campsite accepts ACSI Club ID