If you have any concerns about your potential camping holiday in 2020 we hope the information below will set you mind at ease:
Covid-19 situation in Croatia
At the following link you can find a map of Croatia that shows the current situation with Covid-19 by region: https://www.croatiacovid19.info
*The image doesn't reflect the current situation, for more
information click on the link above
Situation on Cres and Lošinj islands
In view of the Austrian and Italian governments’ decision to put Croatia on the list of at-risk countries (Austria as of 17th August, Italy as of 14th August), we would like to inform you that this is a travel warning, and not a ban. Croatian borders with the above countries will, notwithstanding this decision, remain open. The citizens of Austria and Italy must upon return show a negative Covid test, not older than 72 hours, or get tested within 48 hours after their return.
Furthermore, it is important to point out that the coronavirus situation in the Adriatic (Istria and Kvarner) region is under control in comparison with other parts of Croatia, and that the epidemiological situation there is particularly positive. Our camps are located in the northern part of the Adriatic where there are 47 active cases at the moment, which amounts to 8.47 cases per 100 000 inhabitants, that is, 4.97 cases per the actual number of inhabitants (data as of 15th August). This past weekend (14th - 15th August), 84 tourists were tested and all tests were negative.
Testing options on Cres and Lošinj Islands
Monday, 17th August 2020, foreign citizens can also get a swab test
for COVID19 at the Mali Lošinj branch of the Teaching Institute for Public
Health (Dominiak Skopinića 4, Mali Lošinj).
tested, it is necessary to call a day in advance at +385 51 233 574 and make an appointment.
The swab test costs HRK 698.21 and can be paid only in cash. Testing is done in
the morning, and the results are delivered by mail. On holidays, Saturdays, and
Sundays, swabs are not taken.
As of 14th
August, from 11 a.m., COVID-19 PCR swab tests will be available at Turion 26,
Cres, Cres branch of the Teaching Institute for Public Health. You can make an
appointment by mail:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling:
or +385 91-132-0421. To register for testing, please prepare the following: first
and last name, date of birth, residence address, and the number of the ID
document (ID card or passport).
Here you can read the interview of the Mayor of Mali Lošinj, Mrs. Ana Kučić in the Austrian professional tourist portal tip-online.at - www.tip-online.at (on german), english translation download here
Watch the video with the statements of the guests who stayed on our islands here:
Nationals of Member States of the European Union, i.e. Schengen Member States and Member States associated with the Schengen area, as well as their family members (regardless of their residence), and third-country nationals who are long-term residents under Council Directive 2003/109/EC and persons entitled to reside under other EU directives or national law or persons who hold national long-term visas are not required to provide any special reasons for entry to Croatia.
Citizens from other countries can enter Croatia if they provide relevant proof.
On the following link you can find a map with possible restrictions for entering a certain EU country: https://reopen.europa.eu/en/map/HRV
To enter Croatia even faster it is advised that you fill in the form that can be found on the following link: www.entercroatia.mup.hr
Frequent Q&A's about entering Croatia can be found here: https://mup.gov.hr/uzg-covid/english/286212
Krk bridge and ferry fares
Krk bridge – no more toll charges from 15th of June 2020
Ferry fares will stay at the low season rate for the time being.
Improved cleaning measures
High standards of cleanliness that have been synonymous with all our campsites so far, have been further improved by even more efficient cleaning methods and procedures in all our sanitary facilities. We disinfect all areas of our campsite sanitary units even more frequently and we have already implemented all measures and recommendations prescribed by the Croatian Institute of Public Health and the World Health Organization (WHO) in all facilities and amenities within the campsite.
You can read more detailed instructions and rules of conduct (cleaning, social distancing etc.) in our campsites by following this link »
Due to all the new circumstances, we have changed and simplified our cancellation terms, so that reservations can be cancelled up to three days before scheduled arrival.
Read our detailed booking terms & conditions here »
Why it’s good to go camping?
Natural surroundings and a lot of personal space is more in demand these days, which is why camping is a recommended type of holiday.
Find out more about why it’s better to go camping »
Safety and health have become a priority. We eagerly await your arrival!