Only 13 kilometers from Poreč is Solaris, a renovated naturist accommodation at the edge of the wooded peninsula, ‘Laterna’.
Several picturesque villages are in the vicinity of Porec, like Tar, which is known for its olive oil and Vibraga, which is a well-known fishing village.
On Solaris does the apartments have a kitchen with refrigerator and 4 electric hotplates and pavilions are booked with half board. Both the apartments and the pavilions have a balcony or terrace with seating. The accommodations are all equipped with satellite. TV and telephone. They all have a bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. The beds have a duvet.
Pavilion A / about 21 m² / 1-2 people
2-persons room with large bed with 2 mattresses (90x200cm). No fridge, no airconditioning.
Pavilion A 1 / about 21 m² / 1-2 people
Same as Pavilion A, but with airconditioning.
Suite / about 33 m² / 1-2 people
Master bedroom with double bed (180×200), living room with double sofa bed, small refrigerator without freezer, large balcony.
Type 3 A / about 38 m² / 2-3 people
Living room with kitchen and dinette, 1-person sofa bed, bedroom separated by sliding door with 2 single beds.
Type 3 A 1 / about 38 m² / 2-3 people
Same as type 3A but with airconditioning.
Type 4 A / about 44 m² / 3- 4 people
Living room with kitchen and dinette, 2-person sofa bed, bedroom with 2 single beds. Near the sea.
Type 4 A 1 / about 44 m² / 3 – 4 people
Same as type 4A but with airconditioning and not directly by the sea.
Since 2019 become truly mobile homes also available on Solaris. Prices for 2020 are not yet known.
Mobilhome Studio Comfort / about 18 m² / 1-2 people
This has fully equipped mobile home 1 bedroom with 2 bed, a bathroom and kitchen. The living room also features satellite. Tv. There is air-conditioning.
Mobilhome Premium / about 32 m² / 4+2 people
This mobile home is approximately equal to the Mobil studio, but then there is a second bedroom 2 twin beds and a second bathroom.
– 4 Restaurants
– Freshwater pool with pool bar
– Free use of sun beds by the pool
– Marco club with entertainment for young and old in high season
– Free WIFI connection at the reception
– Dive Opportunity
– Internet Corner
– Multi-functional sports and sports center with paddle boats, canoes and sailing
– Hiking- and running paths
– (Beach) volleyball
– Table Tennis
– Possibility to launch a boat into the water.
– Internet cafe
From Utrecht is it approximately 1345 kilometers to drive to Solaris.
From the meetingpoint Maarheerze is it approximately 20 hours to drive to Koversada.
It is about 2 hours to fly to Croatia. We mediate among other things with Croatia Airlines.
We advise you to hire a car, if you want to see something of Croatia. We mediate for Sunny Cars.
If you prefer transfer, we can arrange that for you. Price for single trip varies between € 35,- and € 85,- per taxi.
If you come by car: On the Austrian and Slovenian highways is it required to have a Autobahnvignet. This Austrian vignette is available in Austria at all highway crossings and in the Netherlands from the ANWB. The Slovenian vignette is available at the border.
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Croatia lies on the Adriatic Sea and is bordered in the north by Slovenia and Hungary, on the east by Serbia and Montenegro and in the south to Bosnia-Herzegovina. Across the sea is Italy. The surface of Croatia is 56.542 km². This is approximately as big as Belgium and the Netherlands together.
Croatia has about 4.4 million people. The Croats are a very hospitable people. The modesty coupled with their great hospitality make a tourist feel at home in this beautiful country. But besides welcoming, friendly and helpful, Croats are mainly a very proud people.
Poreč is an attraction in itself with its cultural monuments. Large parts of this ancient city have remained intact through the centuries. Roman and Venetian buildings, including the Euphrasian Basilica eyes this authentic. Now it is a lively harbor town where many tourists, especially in high season, have fun with shops, aquatics, restaurants and more.
Besides the language Croatian can the people in the touristic areas speak Englisch, German or Italian. Along the coast is spoken with a dialect similar to the Venetian. The Croatian language is of Slavic language family.
The official currency is the Croatian kuna (kuna = 100 lipa’s). Most shops also accept euros.
Foreign currency can be exchanged in banks, exchange bureaus, post offices and the most tourist agencies, hotels and campings.
In larger places you can pay mostly with Travellercheques and credit cards. Also ‘pin’ is possible in the larger towns. Always keep enough cash. In some areas are banks and post offices scarce.
Croatia is a sunny country. The sun is shining about 2500 hours per year and the average temperature in the summer is 23 °C degrees. In Croatia there are two climate zones; in the inland predominate a continental climate, partly also a mountain climate. In the interior are the winters harsh and rainy and the summers are hot and dry. In the mountains falls a lot of rain and snow. The area along the Adriatic coast has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with many hours of sunshine, hot, dry summers and mild and wet winters.
Paviljoen A of A1
Pavilion with half board, about 21 m²
Suite with half board, about 33 m²
Apartment 3A of 3A1
2-bedroom apartment, about 38 m²
Apartment 4A of 4A1
2-bedroom apartment, about 44 m²
mobilhome, about 18-32 m²
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