Pag 23251, Pag

If multiple beaches, your own windsurfing school and endless days of sunshine feature on your holiday wish list, don’t miss Šimuni Camping Village on Pag Island, Croatia.

This parc is new for 2016 and we couldn’t resist setting up camp here once we saw its 6 beaches – all accessed directly from site, with one that has a playground for kids – plus a water sports centre and diving club offering trips to underwater caves. Back on dry land, you’ll find two restaurants, a pizzeria by the beach, coffee bar, cocktail bar, supermarket and daily fish market. Other facilities include tennis courts, beach volleyball and a payable climbing wall, with instructors on hand to help. The parc organises lots of entertainment and events throughout July and August, including weekly fire shows and movie nights.

  • Facilities


  • Directions

    Located on Pag Island, Croatia

  • Charges

    Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
    Facilities Passes FREE
    Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 3, 17, May 29, Jul 3, 10, Oct 23; £6 per person per break Apr 6, 10, 13, May 22, 25, Jul 17, Aug 28, Oct 26
    PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 12, 15, 19

  • Attractions


    This town in the north of the island of Pag is is one of the most popular destinations in Croatia. If you like to party head for Zrće Beach which is one of the biggest summer party zones in Europe, with at least three night clubs open non stop 24/7 during the summer season.

    Kornati National Park

    The Kornati National Park comprises 89 unforgettable islands, islets and reefs, surrounded by crystal clear blue waters. You can book sailing day trips around the islands, or forget the boat and take a panoramic flight to get a real birds eye view.

    Krka National Park

    Krka is a natural phenomenon, consisting of seven travertine barriers with a total height of 242m. Don't miss Roški slap - a large 22.5m high waterfall, with many smaller branches, cascades and travertine islands. Skradinski buk is one of the longest and most beautiful waterfalls on the Krka river and is one of the most famous natural beauties of Croatia.

    Velo Blato

    This important ornithological reserve in the southern part of Pag is a must for all bird watchers, with over 160 species of wildfowl, or which 66 species are nesting birds.


    The old town here is surrounded by sea on three sides and rivals Dubrovnik for charm. Much of the town's rich history is still evident - do visit the Roman Forum and the 9th century Byzantine church. The Riva sea promenade provides views out to the islands of Ugljan and Pasman and is a great place to enjoy wonderful sunsets. It's also the place to experience the sounds of Zadar's unique Sea Organ.

    Slana, Pag

    The rocky outcrops are a real draw for climbers and visitors wanting to watch the action. The Pag Tourist Board has maps of the best routes and the north part of Pag Bay (Slana) is exclusively intended for technical climbing with ropes. All climbing routes are easily accessible, but the technical climbing routes are only accessible by boat.

    Plitvice Lakes National Park

    Without doubt this is one of Croatia's most beautiful national parks and it is the country's most popular tourist attraction. Sixteen crystalline blue lakes are all interconnected by a series of waterfalls - the largest (Veliki Slap) 70m high. Deep forest, river gorges, blue waters and above all the waterfalls all combine to make this a must see destination.

    Paklenica National Park

    Paklenica National Park is on the coastal slope of southern Velebit and is famous for it's distinctive canyons. Covering 95km2 this is a stunning scenic area of untouched nature and abundant wildlife. The highest peaks are Vaganski vrh, 1575m, and Sveto brdo at 1753m.

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