The campsite is located some 4 kilometers away from the centre of Bol, and around 2 kilometers from Zlatni rat beach. It sits on the slope towards the sea, and it is arranged as a string of terraces rolling down towards the beach.
We were there outside of the season and camp was not officially open. Thus, there was no electricity after 10 or 11 p.m., but roads and paths were illuminated by soft light from the solar-powered garden lamps. Half of the camp is in the pine forest; other half is more opened and covered with olive trees. When we were there it was almost empty, but when it is peak of the season and the camp is full, there is no room for the cars next to the tents. When such situation arises, free parking is provided at the entrance to the campsite. The camp is clean, with bathrooms and showers scattered around the premises, including several outdoor showers.
There is a bar and a kind of store on the premises, but we were there a couple of days before they were opened. Regularly, you should be able to get basic bakery and dairy products there. Also, there should be a room with refrigerators and a kitchen area. The closest general store is some 3 kilometers away, at the entrance to Bol.
The beach is made of gravel, with a raft for sunbathing next to it. There is a small beach bar as well. You can rent kayaks and surfboards. Campsite also offers accommodation in quaint bungalows, right above the beach. Wi-Fi reaches reception and the common area terrace with a bar.
If you plan to visit Bol and Zlatni rat frequently, without the car, it could be a long walk (30 minutes to 1 hour). Think about renting a bike or scooter. The location is also a good base for hiking trips to Vidova gora and Blace monastery.
Room tip: For shade throughout the day, pitch a tent on the left side of the campsite, in the forest above the bungalows.
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