On the Croatian island of Krk, in unspoiled nature directly on the Adriatic Sea, Naturist Camp Konobe is located. The facilities at this naturist campsite are simple and the touring pitches look messy, but the location is really beautiful. From the terraces on the steep slope you look out over the bay and the clear waters of the Adriatic.
Messy terrain with beautiful views
The campsite is divided into two parts. A flat camping area extends along the coast. This area consists of touring pitches with an uneven surface and some neglected fixed annual pitches. The other part is hilly and rises quite steeply. You camp here on terraces, in the wooded nature. From the touring pitches, which have a lot of privacy, you look out over the water. The most beautiful spots are perhaps for tent campers. Between the low hanging trees, they can choose a small piece of land directly on the rocky cliffs by the sea.
acilities on the campsite are rather limited. The sanitary facilities are dated, but are usually kept clean. In the small restaurant, also a bit outdated, the choice is limited. For the daily groceries you can go to Punat, about five kilometres from the campsite.
The Croatian coast on the island of Krk consists mainly of rocks, but every now and then you will come across a pebble beach. This is also the case at Naturist Camp Konobe. On the flat part of the campsite there is a small beach, from where you can dive into the Adriatic Sea.