Camping Peros, nr. Zadar


Sunday 11th June

K&V had driven up the previous day to the campsite we had chosen.  On arrival they were horrified to find the site far bigger than they had expected and that half of Germany was there on holiday. They managed to secure one of the few remaining pitches, but as it was noisy and very busy, both decided that this wasn’t the place for us!  They took a quick drive around and managed to find a lovely little place just  around the corner. So it was great for us to arrive, after a leisurely drive, to find everything sorted for us.


After setting up camp, we took a walk down to the nearby walled fortress town of Nin.  The Bishop Gregory of Nin (Grgur Ninski), who was an important figure in the 10th Century ecclesiastical politics of Dalmatia, was based here.


He certainly looks put out at something!


Another charming place on a long list of charming places we have visited this trip.


We saw it on a Sunday evening, and it was quite quiet. I’m sure it would be crowded in the main holiday season.


I’m not sure what this was, but I’m guessing that it was fish drying in the sun and breeze!


A great visit, now time to go back to the van and prepare the BBQ!


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1 Response to Camping Peros, nr. Zadar

  1. Tony Payne says:

    You are so lucky everywhere is not crowded, well apart from the camp site full of Germans! Good to have a scouting party sent ahead to check out the facilities 🙂


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