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New Croatia Camping Project – The Top Camping Pool

Some camping news are comming from Croatian Camping Union this month –  this is what they say in their recent press release:

Given that the tourist market is over saturated with middle of the road offers, or rather that it is difficult to find something “special” in that segment, Croatia has recently  acquired yet another tourism brand. In question is the new  camping venture called the Top Camping Pool that has recently seen the nine best Croatian camps join forces.

The criteria for entry into this association of elite camps are quite rigorous, the reason it currently only pools nine camps located in Istra, Dalmatia and the Kvarner area, these being the Zaton Camp in Nin, the Nevio Camp in Orebic, the Poljana Camp on the island of Mali Losinj, the Valalta Camp in Rovinj, the Bijela uvala Camp of the Porec based Plava laguna Company and the four camps in Umag operating within the Istraturist Company.

The nine cited camps have met all of the set criteria such as at least 20 of 25 possible points awarded to camps by the German automotive club ADAC. Also there is the obligatory yellow or red ADAC plaque awarded to camps as a designation of particular quality, and at least a four star rating based on the official camp categorisation system in Croatia. A very important criteria for embership in the club of the best is a new operational approach based on quality and customer satisfaction.

The Top Camping Pool project was conceived by the Croatian umbrella camping organisation, the Croatia Camping Union, with the aim of the even better recognisability of top Croatian camps.

Let’s hope this new project will bring more camping oportunities in Croatia…