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Your next Destination -
Camping Aloa!

Family-owned tourist catering business for 15 years - it's more than a destination

About Us and our Camp

Experience the ultimate island getaway at Camp Aloa on Brac Island! Our family-owned business has been catering to guests for 15 years with a passion for providing the perfect vacation. Unlike many campsites located close to densely populated areas or too far from populated areas and outdoor facilities, we can boast of the fact that our campsite is in the golden middle, 2 kilometers west of the inhabited and accelerated town of Bol, and 1 kilometer east of the village of Murvica and the famous Dragon's cave. 
You can walk among many vineyards, which are located on one of the most attractive location for the cultivation of the famous wine Plavac Mali. 
The specific location of our campsite allows you peace and quiet at any time during your stay with us, but It also makes it easier for you to visit Bol and the village of Murvica if you want to change the environment, or you will have a desire for sightseeing.

KEY FEATURES

Passionate 
Natural 
Active 
Professional
Passionate 
Natural 
Active 
Professional

At Camp Aloa, we are passionate about providing an all-in-one vacation experience that combines natural beauty, professional service, and a love for summer sports or relaxation. As a family-owned business, we believe in the importance of spending quality time together in a natural and peaceful environment. Our professional staff is always at your service, providing everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Whether you're looking for a sporty or lazy vacation, there's something for everyone at Camp Aloa. We welcome all people and their pets to our camp, creating a truly inclusive atmosphere.

Inside Camp Aloa 

Hakuna Matata Food & Beach Bar

Where hunger meets domestic food in a unique ambient. Our menu offers a range of options, from quick bites to full meals, all made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

Sport Fields

Get active and enjoy outdoor sports by the sea at our sport fields. You're looking to play tennis, volleyball, badminton, or practice yoga, we have everything you need for a fun and active day.

Adventure

Take a break from the beach and join our excursions or jet-ski safari for some adventure!

Wind Catchers

Experience thrilling windsurfing and kite surfing at Camp Aloa with our Active Bol team. Whether you're a beginner or enthusiast, we'll guide you to a memorable time. Join us and feel the sea's thrill!

Grill

Gather your friends and family under the stars and grill up a feast at our shared grill place.

Children Playground

Let your little ones have some fun at our children's playground. Stop between the sea and swimming for a break and some playtime.

Hakuna Matata Food & Beach Bar

Where hunger meets domestic food in a unique ambient. Our menu offers a range of options, from quick bites to full meals, all made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.


Sport Fields

Get active and enjoy outdoor sports by the sea at our sport fields. You're looking to play tennis, volleyball, badminton, or practice yoga, we have everything you need for a fun and active day.

Adventure

Starting directly from Camp Aloa.
Take a break from the beach and join our excursions or jet-ski safari for some adventure!

Wind Catchers

Experience thrilling windsurfing and kite surfing at Camp Aloa with our Active Bol team. Whether you're a beginner or enthusiast, we'll guide you to a memorable time. Join us and feel the sea's thrill!

Children Playground

Let your little ones have some fun at our children's playground. Stop between the sea and swimming for a break and some playtime.

Grill

Gather your friends and family under the stars and grill up a feast at our shared grill place.



OUTSIDE Camp Aloa 

Dragon's Cave

near Murvica village, was a temple and dwelling of Glagolitic priests, with a dragon relief. The cave has four halls, including a Chapel of our Lady, with reliefs of Madonna, angels, and more. It contains elements of Slavic mythology and Christian iconography, with ancient pagan creed reconciled with Christianity. Visits require a guide.

Eco Ethno
Village Murvica

west of Camp Aloa, it has old architecture, unique local cuisine restaurants, and vineyards tended by local land workers.

Stipancic Hermitage

founded in the second half of the 15th century, it is located between Bol and Murvica, under a cliff called Hib. The hermitage was inhabited by Franciscan tertiaries, including a community of pious women. The church is consecrated to the Nativity of the B.V.M. and SS. Cosmas and Damian, with the year 1477 carved on the facade.

Dračeva luka

Situated on the southern part of the island, not far from Bol and Murvica. Besides a lovely beach that is caressed by the crystal clear sea, this cove must be visited for the monastic remains dating back to the 15th century.

Zlatni rat Beach -
The Golden Cape

also known as The Golden Cape/Horn, is a popular beach located 2 kilometers from Camp grounds. The shape and length of the spit varies with tide, current, and wind, and changes occur every two to three years due to weather conditions. The farthest end of the beach, usually turned towards the east, may shift to the west during a strong south-easterly wind known as the Jugo.

Vidova Gora

the highest peak on the Island of Brač, is 780m above sea level. It offers a vantage point with views of the islands of South Dalmatia. The trail, starting from Bol near Zlatni Rat beach, is rocky and dry. It's best to plan the route for winter, spring, or fall to avoid the heat of summer. The downhill section is an exciting all-mountain descent. Combine with other routes such as Blaca, Milna-Vidova Gora, or Supetar-Vidova Gora.

Dragon's Cave

near Murvica village, was a temple and dwelling of Glagolitic priests, with a dragon relief. The cave has four halls, including a Chapel of our Lady, with reliefs of Madonna, angels, and more. It contains elements of Slavic mythology and Christian iconography, with ancient pagan creed reconciled with Christianity. Visits require a guide.

Eco Ethno
Village Murvica

west of Camp Aloa, it has old architecture, unique local cuisine restaurants, and vineyards tended by local land workers.

Stipancic Hermitage

founded in the second half of the 15th century, it is located between Bol and Murvica, under a cliff called Hib. The hermitage was inhabited by Franciscan tertiaries, including a community of pious women. The church is consecrated to the Nativity of the B.V.M. and SS. Cosmas and Damian, with the year 1477 carved on the facade.

Dračeva luka

Situated on the southern part of the island, not far from Bol and Murvica. Besides a lovely beach that is caressed by the crystal clear sea, this cove must be visited for the monastic remains dating back to the 15th century.

Zlatni rat Beach -
The Golden Cape

also known as The Golden Cape/Horn, is a popular beach located 2 kilometers from Camp grounds. The shape and length of the spit varies with tide, current, and wind, and changes occur every two to three years due to weather conditions. The farthest end of the beach, usually turned towards the east, may shift to the west during a strong south-easterly wind known as the Jugo.

Vidova Gora

the highest peak on the Island of Brač, is 780m above sea level. It offers a vantage point with views of the islands of South Dalmatia. The trail, starting from Bol near Zlatni Rat beach, is rocky and dry. It's best to plan the route for winter, spring, or fall to avoid the heat of summer. The downhill section is an exciting all-mountain descent. Combine with other routes such as Blaca, Milna-Vidova Gora, or Supetar-Vidova Gora.

Additional Information

Camp is arranged in a cascade fashion. It's divided in the following sections:

  • Glamping Tents – Breeze Area
  • Mobile Homes -Sea Area
  • Camping Tents – Tree Area
  • Section for Motor Campers from 6.5 meters in length
  • Section for Vans up to 6 meters in length 

Tent, Motor Campers and vans section highlights:

  • 60 Camp spots/places (not parcels) of different sizes
  • 80% of all camp spots/places are positioned in a dense pine forest with natural shade
  • Shared electricity connections
  • Shared water connections
  • 3 Sanitary blocks positioned in between of the camping spots/places 
    ◦ Toilets
    ◦ Showers
    ◦ Sinks/Washing stands
  • 14 Sinks/Washing stands for laundry and dish washing positioned in between of the camping spots/places 
  • Laundry room available with additional payment
  • Trokadero (Sanitary sewer, which connects the interior waste water lines to the main sewer lines. Waste water dispose facility) 
  • Dogs/pets allowed only on camping spots

Useful information

Reception and camp staff working hours

08:00 - 22:00 (From 01.07. to 31.08.)
09:00 - 18:00 (all other season periods) 

Nearby

Restaurants, Beach Bars, Beaches, Ethnic village Murvica, Monstery Blaca* 

How to get to the camp

You can come to the island of Brac from the mainland by ferry from Split or from Makarska. Ferry lines are daily and frequent. The line from Split goes to the city of Supetar, and the line from Makarska goes towards the town Sumartin. There are regular bus lines to Bol from both Supetar and Sumartin, but if you don't want to hassle with the busses, there is also a taxi option. The Bus takes about 50 minutes to reach Bol from Supetar and about 30 minutes to reach Bol from Sumartin. A direct catamaran/fast boat line to Bol from Split, Hvar and Dubrovnik is also available and departs every day from Split at 16:00!

Speedboat Transfer from any of the sea destinations directly to the camp. Find out more at Nautical Center Bol, or contact the camp staff directly.
If you don't have transportation, We can arrange taxi transportation for you with additional payment.

*Located 1.5 km away, there is a club where the occasional sounds of music can be heard during the nights.