At Campsite Bi-Village in Fažana (Istria) camping costs as little as €18,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 970 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 20-04-2019 - 22-06-2019 and 31-08-2019 - 13-10-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
A modern, large campsite located by the sea with lovely views of the Brionian islands. Close to the charming village of Fazana and the historic town of Pula. The site has every amenity: several swimming pools, restaurants and recreation. There is a surcharge on the CampingCard ACSI rate for Belvedere camping pitches. Lovely in spring and autumn. Seawater is still warm in September.
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Very good campsite within walking distance from Fazana.
Excellent facilities but in June not all are working.
All facilities are clean and well kept
It is a verty good camping for us, becauce my wife is handikapped. Good swimmingpools, and easy to walk around the camping.
The biggest campsite I have been on with very good facilities, the toilet blocks are constantly being cleaned and are modern. Most needs are catered for including a sports bar with several TV screens, shops ATM\'s etc. The beach is accessible via a wristband for electronic gate points and there is an easy walk along it to Fazana. There is a bus stop outside the site to visit Pula. The pitches are generally large tho some are uneven, ACSI are limited to certain areas but have a good choice and are mainly shaded. My only complaint is with reception hours, you cannot enter between one and three pm and also you have to go and choose a pitch then return to reception and hope someone else hasn\'t chosen it ahead of you. Not a problem on smaller sites but this is huge! We arrived at 2.30pm to find a long queue of vans etc and it was chaotic. It was our fault as it is on the ACSI description but BE AWARE. I would suggest trying to choose more than one pitch before trekking back to reception. Overall though a very good campsite and we would return.
This had to be the largest campsite we have visited. On arrival at reception it was like an airport check in. All very efficient and modern. We were given a map to chose a place. Due to the large site it took us almost 1hr to find a number of pitches, including the reserved area. We eventually set up on a pitch in the reserved section. These are closer to the sea. We could have had a pitch on the front line with a sea view through a fence but the noise from the beach was loud. With hindsight we should have used the 17€ area which was much quieter. The site was quite busy due to German holiday fortnight. The toilets and shower facilities although large and plentiful were grubby when looking in all the corners. Attention to detail needed. The camper service area was the best I have come across as it was drive through which helped as we tow a motorbike trailer . Access to the beach was via two electronic gates at either end of the campsite frontage. This made taking our two man kayak to the beach and through the gates difficult so we did not even try.
Excellent out of season but would advise avoiding first week of May as when we arrived so we're many hundred of Polish students for some sort of festival. Although during the day they were little trouble from 9 pm until the middle of the night there was very loud music/ party noise. Thankfully we were away from the immediate area but we breathed a sigh of relief one night when a storm stopped play and again when they left , leaving it so peaceful and relaxing.
There is much to do and see in the area, Pula itself is interesting and a trip over to Brijani a must on the ferry excursion. It was very good value at this time of year. Did cycle to Pula but found signs, both road and bike route(much on roads) almost non exsistent! Fasana pretty as is Rivinj further up the coast.
Wifi ok until evening, restaurant excellent. Staff friendly, always cleaner in toilet blocks, only gripe is that the hot after wasn't hot, barely warm and showers had window but no glass so could be chilly.
Would stay again but now we know, we'd enquire about large partying groups!
- Period of opening
- 20-04-2019 till 13-10-2019
- 25 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 970 (100 - 120m2)
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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