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Croatian campsites have regularly been getting awards from Italy, more closely from the main Italian Camping Association ‘Confederazione Italiana Campeggiator’ (Confedercampeggio). Six Croatian campsites have recently been awarded by this non-profit organization, the oldest and most widespread camping organization in Italy.

The award for ecology and quality has been awarded to the following campsites: Alan (Paklenica), Stobreć (Split), Zablaće (Baška on the island of Krk), Kovačine (Cres), Soline (Biograd on Sea) and Poljana (Mali Lošinj).The awards have been assigned according to the votes of the members of the association.

Special awards for quality were given to campsites Zaton Nin and Park Umag outside of the competition because they had received the Confedercampeggio award several times in the past years. This year's prizes will be awarded in Vicenza on 9 October.

This main association of Italian campers was founded in 1950 and today brings together 189 clubs, 18 regional federations and more than 21,000 families. They have been publishing a journal ‘Il Campeggio Italiano’ which has been printed in 30,000 copies since 1957 and, in cooperation with 2538 Italian campground owners, two campsite guides called ‘Guida Camping d’Italia’ and ‘Aree di Sosta e Agricamper’.

It has also organized a camp circuit called ‘Ciao Campeggio’ which combines camps from Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, France, Spain and Portugal.

Confedercampeggio cooperates with the Croatian Camping Union (KUH) and the Top Camping Association of Croatia with which it signed an agreement under which members of Confedercampeggio can enjoy the benefits of these associations in the campsites.

Confedercampeggio celebrated its 60th anniversary in cooperation with the Top Camping Association in the camp Pila, on the island of Krk.

It organizes the ‘Rally dell’Amicizia’ (Firendship Rally) as a chance to experience the best campsites in Europe. The first rally took place in Croatia. In 1967 it started presenting open-air tourism exhibitions in Italy. For a number of years it has also organized a camping exhibition called “Ciao Campeggio Show”.


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