Camp Arboretum is located in the heart of Croatian Dalmatian coast at the island of Pašman.
It is 150m from the beautiful sandy beach, on the quiet place in the original small forest, surrounded by olive trees and macchia, with the beautiful view of the bay and the islands, camp Arboretum gives you an unforgettable opportunity to have the best holidays and to relax.
Camp Arboretum is provided with the high-standard facilities, the big barbecue with the gathering place and campfire in the middle of the camp.
It is ideal for the real nature lovers, adventurers, and gastronomes because you can taste the extra traditional food, which you cannot find in the restaurants.
The Pašman channel has dozens of little islands ideal for exploring, many desolate bays and beaches, an interesting seafloor and the perfect conditions for sailing.
Camp offer outdoor activities such as: night fishing, net fishing, sailing with traditional boat to the nearby islands, snorkelling, traditional cuisine, gardening, biking, trekking, water polo, football, sandy beach woolly, canoeing, rock climbing ...
Camp Arboretum is not a huge camp but has a rich offer and big open heart for everybody.
Guests can visit also national Parks and Parks of Nature: Kornati Island, 12 Nm from the camp, (departure from the camp), NP Krka falls 50 km distance, NP Paklenica 35 km, NP Plitvi&No.269;ka jezera 120 km, Park of nature Vransko jezero (birds observatory) 15 km, and Park of Nature Zrmanja (rafting) 30 km.
Apart from its natural beauty, the island of Pašman has a rich cultural history with its continuity from the prehistory, thus making an important role in the Croatian cultural identity. Its monasteries were one of guardians of the Croatian glagolitic tradition, the unique world phenomenon.
The Mediterranean is every tourist's dream, his sounds, scents and landscapes are an eternal inspiration. You can find your Mediterranean in our camp! Come and make it happen!
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This page was last updated: 12 November 2012