House rules

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House rules

Only guests registered at the reception can be accommodated in the camp, while minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

The reception reserves the right to refuse entry and remove guests whose behavior disturbs the peace and pleasant stay of other guests.

Check-in - check-out - billing

Check-in at the camp is done until 22 ha, guests can check-out from the plot by 11:00 a.m.

For check-out after this time, we will be forced to charge you for one more day of stay, but without using the accommodation unit.

You can calculate and pay for the services used on the day of departure or every day no later than 8:30 p.m. We recommend that you do this at least a day before your departure, in order to avoid a long wait.

Peace of mind - cleanliness of the camp

Please do not make noise that may disturb other guests, complete peace and quiet in the camp from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.

Guests are obliged to take care of the cleanliness of the space they use. Garbage and waste should be disposed of in the designated bins or containers.

Rules for pets

Pets that may disturb guests or put them in danger are not allowed.

Pet owners are obliged to keep their pets under constant supervision, and ensure that they do not endanger or disturb other guests.

Dog owners are obliged to register their pets at the reception. The owners are obliged to clean up the defecation of their pets.

It is forbidden to bring pets into the sanitary facilities.

When using the beach, pet owners must take special care that their pets do not disturb or injure other guests.

Pets must not disrupt order and peace in the camp in any way.

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Other rules

  • Water is drinkable in all parts of the camp. Water is a precious good, so please use it wisely.
  • If you have found left – forgotten items, please hand them over to the reception immediately.
  • To connect or disconnect the electricity, contact the camp reception. The correctness of electrical installations is checked by the responsible camp employee. Defective electrical installations will be disconnected from the camp’s electrical network.
  • The camp management does not take responsibility for possible thefts, accidents or damage to things and persons. Liability for damage caused by force majeure (storms, floods, fires, earthquakes, falling trees, etc.) is excluded. Guests are advised to insure their own property and belongings.
  • It is forbidden to wash dishes and laundry in places that are not intended for this.
  • Staying, spending the night and gathering on the beach after 11:00 PM is prohibited.
  • Boat owners are obliged to register their boat at the camp reception when checking in to the camp.
  • It is forbidden to wash vehicles or trailers in the camp area.
  • We receive complaints exclusively to the e-mail address:
  • Guests who do not comply with these House Rules, as well as guests whose behavior disturbs the silence and disturbs other guests, will have their accommodation services canceled.

The island of Pag and Novalja

The island of Pag is one of the richest islands in Croatia when it comes to small hidden coves that allow guests to enjoy the sun and the landscape of the northern Adriatic peacefully and comfortably. Almost all beaches on the island are very spacious with excellent access and entrance to the sea and are particularly suitable for families with children.

Guests can discover the charms of this lunar landscape island on many bicycle paths, promenades along the coast or through one of the oldest olive groves on the Adriatic.

The island of Pag is one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year.

Novalja is the tourist center of the island of Pag and is a well-known summer resort and destination for many tourists, offering the possibility of an active and meaningful vacation.

The Mediterranean atmosphere that guests can experience offers the guest more than the comfort of a physical vacation and affects the calming of all the senses, emphasizing what is essential – nature!

By far the most famous specialty of the island – Paški cheese, guests can taste it, along with many other specialties, in excellent restaurants, both in the town of Novalja and in other places on the island.

Whether you want an active holiday, evening entertainment or a holiday by the sea on one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic, Novalja offers a variety of facilities for all generations.


The natural beach of camp Kanić is one of the most beautiful coves on the island, immediately after entering the sea you will be surprised by the natural soft sand that is ideal for children to play.
There are umbrellas and sunbeds on the beach that are free to use, and showers on the beach that you can use immediately after leaving the sea.
Dogs are allowed on the beach through a special entrance for dogs.

How to reach us?

The island of Pag can be reached by road from several sides, as the island is connected to the mainland by a bridge in addition to a ferry connection.
If you want to avoid the ferry and come to Pag via the bridge, and you are coming from the direction of Zagreb, then take the A1 highway to the POSEDARJE exit, from where the signs lead you to the island of Pag over the bridge and follow the main road all the way to the town of Novalja.
If you are coming from the direction of Dalmatia, also drive on the A1 highway until the POSEDARJE exit and continue following the signs all the way to the town of Novalja.
You can find all additional information about traffic and road conditions on the website of the Croatian Auto Club .

Zadar airport is less than 100 km from the camp and is the fastest and closest choice.
See more information about Zadar Airport here .

You can also get to the island of Pag by ferry. From the direction of Zagreb, take the A1 highway to the ŽUTA LOKVA exit, then in the town of Senj, join the highway in the south direction. The Prizna ferry port is only 50 kilometers from Senj.
If you are coming from the direction of Rijeka, there is a 110 km long highway leading to Prizna. When you arrive at the Žigljen ferry port on the island of Pag, follow the main road for 10 km to the town of Novalja.
You can check the timetable on the website of Jadrolinija .

You can also get to the city of Novalja by bus, with regular lines from Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar.
You can find more information on the websites of Arriva and Antoniotours .


The island of Pag, Novalja and its surroundings offer truly countless opportunities for various activities. Whether you are a lover of nature, adventure, culture, entertainment, history or gastronomy – you can find everything within a radius of 30 kilometers.

Well-maintained bicycle paths, centuries-old olive groves, party beach Zrće, museums, trips to national and nature parks, beautiful beaches and landscapes and much more.

For additional activities, feel free to contact us by email, or call the local tourist board of the city of Novalja.

Trg Brišćić 1, 53291 Novalja, Pag, Croatia
Phone: +385 (0) 53 661-404
Fax: +385 (0)53 663-238


Our bakery offers you a large selection of bakery products.
Here you will find fresh bread, baguettes, croissants, doughnuts, milk, butter and other products.
In addition to the bakery, we have an organized delivery of fruit and vegetables to the camp 3 times a week in the morning, as well as fresh fish.

Sanitary facilities

In the camp there is a completely newly arranged large sanitary facility, a washing machine and an area for washing dishes are also available to guests.

  • Showers with hot water
  • toilet
  • Private bathrooms
  • Room for manual laundry
  • Space for manual dishwashing
  • Washing machine
  • Chemical toilet