North of the Croatian province of Istria, near the border with Slovenia (where I recommend a visit to Piran) you will find Umag which is a quiet seaside village. Just a few miles away, there's the lighthouse and picturesque piers of Savudrija. We guarantee an unforgettable sunset.
One of the largest campsites in Croatia, located by the sea. The campsite is lovely, very clean and cheap. But the service ... No comment. We left with the feeling that Croatian people in general are very rude, not just here, but most of the places we went to..in tourist offices, in stores ... Although I would not mind coming back. It was our first experience at a nudist camp. What surprised me was to see people with umbrellas and naked! If the clothes are not going to get you wet, why have an umbrella? Although the site is divided into 2 areas, one of which is nudist, it's all perfectly fenced off to those in the other camp, so they don't see the nudist part. There was a small private beach with stones instead of sand, like all the beaches we saw in Croatia. It was a shame we couldn't stay here too long, there were very strong storms every night, any many campsites in the centre of Europe were on flood alert (year 2002), we spent days escaping from the other campsites in the area that had suffered damage.... I've never been so scared in my life!
The Hotel Kristal is in Umag. The rooms are air conditioned and they have televisions, showers, mini bars, balconies or terraces. There is 24 hour room service, a casino, elevator, bar, laundry and dry cleaning services and a restaurant. To relax guests can use massage facilities, an indoor pool and water sports.