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Camping San Polo Bale

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The Camp San Polo is a relative small campsite, situated on the western coast in Istria, just 6 km from the town Bale. The Camp has a total area of 6 ha and is a perfect place to completely relax in natural environment. The Camp is surrounded by Holm oak and pine trees, witch gives the guests perfect protection from the strong Adriatic sun. The camp has a 4.5 km long pebble and rocky beach.


The camp has a sport/recreational programme with beach volleyball, table tennis, and bowls court, but you can also play badminton or take a bike ride or a walk on one of the many bicycling/walking paths. For the kids there is an Entertainment programme and a playground.

On the camp there is an A la carte restaurant, which among others serves grill dishes like Peka, there is also a fast food place, and a bar where you can enjoy a drink in the evening. For those who prefer to do their own cooking, there is a mini market close to the reception.

The camp has two sanitary buildings, both in good condition, the buildings are equipped with toilets, hot water showers and places to wash dishes, and toilet facilities for handicapped people is also available.

Dogs are allowed in certain zones of the camp.

As a relative new thing, the camp also offer Mobil homes for rent, mobile are available in two size 2+1 and 4+1 persons.


The camp has 120 pitches with electricity and water hook-up and these are around 100 m2 big.
On the camp there is also an area without designated pitches here there is no water and electricity hook-up.
The camp has a total capacity of up to 2000 people.

Mobile homes offer

Distance to larger cities in the Area:

Distance to Rovinj 18 km – app.25 min. drive.
Distance to Pula 27 km – app. 35 min. drive.
Distance to Bale 6 km – app. 12 min. drive.

Other Camps in the Area: Click the map to see all camps in Istria

Contact details of Camp:

Address: Longher b.b. HR-52211 Bale
Tel: +385 52 465 010
Fax: +385 52 451 440
GPS: N 45 01.248 E 13 42.965

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