We offer several kinds of accommodation on this campsite which are managed by the campsite or by a tour operator
Campsite Bi Village
For an unforgettable stay in Croatia, head to Fazana and stay at the Bi Village campsite. This four star establishment is just next door to the Brijuni National Park and has all the amenities you need for a successful holiday in Istria. The site is perfectly located right next door to a peddle beach and just 7 km away from Pula.
Ideal for relaxing, this calm and tranquil site has 3 on-site pools, is surrounded by many hiking and jogging trails, numerous sports facilities and a windsurfing centre. To keep the whole family amused the Bi Village also has various children's clubs and games. Feeling peckish? Try out either the pizzeria, or the varied-menu at the restaurant. So that you can enjoy the end of your day before heading back to your accommodation, make the most of the different on-site entertainment. There are lots of other high quality services on offer: beauty salon, child minding, grocery shop etc…
If you want to enjoy your stay to the maximum then why not join one of the organised excursions by the Bi Village team, and visit Istria tower, Lim Channel or Lake Plitvice...
At Fazana, as well as swimming, you can go windsurfing, water skiing or diving. This village on the Adriatic peninsula is opposite the natural park on the Brijuni archipelago, which is made up of two large islands and lots of islets. Some of the islets have sandy beaches on them. Although the coasts are rocky, they are easily accessible. From Fazana it's a short crossing to the islands, one of which is home to a safari park where you can observe wild animals.
Another place you really should visit is Pula, which is often called "the Croatian heir of the Roman empire", because it has so many remains from that period. 8 km from Fazana, this town, which was founded 3,000 years ago, is ideal for lovers of art and archaeology. You can visit one of the biggest and most beautiful amphitheatres in the world, similar to the Coliseum in Rome, where gladiators once fought and which nowadays hosts rock concerts and other cultural events. Among the many monuments at Pula you can see the Temple of Augustus, the ancient Capitol, the Triumphal Arch, the 12th century Franciscan monastery and the fortress.
Other places you can visit: Cape Kamenjak, at the end of the peninsula, and Lim Fjord, where the waters penetrate the land. You'll soon see how easy it is to combine the pleasures of swimming and lazy days with the those of walking, or visiting the islands and the rich local heritage. And to finish up, it would be a shame to miss out on the local cuisine which is a mix of Mediterranean and Ottoman. And since you are at the seaside why not try sea bass with olives and potatoes? Not forgetting strukli, a sort of cheese pastry that can be sweet or savoury, and prsut, Istrian smoked ham. Which can all be washed down with some local, full bodied red wine, Istrian Teran.