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Why Camping Amarin?

  • Want to camp on a luxury resort? Then this is the place to be!
  • Wow! What a great view of the sea from the swimming pool!
  • You’ll be on the pebbled beach of pleasant Rovinj in no time at all!

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Guests love it

8.1
Very GoodOverall average score of 1 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
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Campsite information

Camping Amarin

Gaze across the waters of the clear, blue sea, as you relax under a parasol by the pool or while enjoying a delicious pizza by the terraced restaurant. You’ll be in holiday mode here in no time at all. The little ones have a blast in the pool or in the kids club, while teens bounce across waves on a banana boat or have fun in the water park.

  • Experience that real camping feeling, having fun in the great outdoors, but with all the luxuries of a huge holiday resort.
  • The energetic entertainment team ensure that everyone has a great time here in the mini club, mini disco, teen club, teen’s disco, dancing classes, cooking classes, with great sports activities and fabulous shows in the evening.
  • Wow, you can see the sea and the pretty town of Rovinj from the 3 swimming pools. Relax and unwind, while your kids splash about in the lovely salt water pool.
  • The sea looks really inviting, with its broad, sandy beach and shaded areas with loungers. Well….what are you waiting for? Get your beach gear together and head down to the crystal clear water. Kids love the fun, floating water park!
  • Feeling sporty? There’s lots to do here!. Go swimming, kayaking, windsurfing or jet skiing. There’s even more fun at the campsite resort, with table tennis, midget golf, archery and trampolining.
  • Yummy. Fresh pizza and other tasty dishes, in the restaurant with a stunning sea view. Or… lounge about here with a delicious Istrian wine, while your children jump about in the pool by the terrace.
  • Also try the dishes and cocktails at the grill restaurant and the 2 beach bars at camping Amarin!

The surrounding of Camping Amarin

At this basic campsite you can enjoy all the amazing facilities of a luxury resort. It’s perfectly located, as the beach is close by and you’re in Rovinj in no time at all. Perfect for day trips for the whole family or just the two of you. Istria is full of quaint, pretty towns and stunning countryside.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"Relax and unwind by the pool or restaurant and enjoy that dreamy sea view and fun, energetic entertainment. The location here is perfect. Right by the sea and very close to Rovinj."

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

    Swimming & Pools

    Swimming and waterfun

    • Children's pool: 1
    • sunbeds in the pool area are to be paid
    • swimming cap not mandatory
    • swimming shorts allowed
    • outdoor pool: 2

    Spa and Wellness

    • hairdresser (to be paid)
    • massages (to be paid)

    Facilities

    Eating and drinking

    • bar
    • Take away meals
    • Snack bar
    • restaurant: 1

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    • laundrette
    • Shuttle service to town
    • Supermarket
    • Grocery shop
    • dryer
    • gas barbecue allowed
    • charcoal barbecue allowed
    • electric barbecue allowed
    • cash point
    • safe deposit
    • credit cards are accepted: all types
    • wifi: only in the central area (free of charge)
    • quay/buoy for boats

    Activities & Sports

    Sports and Playing

    • fishing
    • volleyball
    • jeu de boules
    • several small playgrounds
    • Mini golf
    • sailing: on the campsite
    • canoeing: on the campsite
    • pedalo: on the campsite
    • windsurfing: on the campsite
    • snorkling: at the campsite
    • Multisport area: 1
    • table tennis
    • trampoline
    • basketball: 1
    • archery range (to be paid)
    • Bike rental (to be paid)
    • beach volleyball
    • tennis: on the campsite: 4
    • football: 1
    • Jetski: on the campsite

    Entertainment

    Animation

    • entertainment: English
    • entertainment: Italian
    • entertainment: German
    • Entertainment for toddlers
    • Entertainment for children
    • Entertainment for teenagers
    • Entertainment for adults
    • animation : Croatian

    Ratings & Reviews

    8.1
    Overall average score of 1 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
    • Swimming Pools
      Excellent
    • Surrounding area
      Excellent
    • General maintenance of the campsite
      Excellent
    • Campsite staff
      Excellent
    • Quality of the entertainment
      Good
    • General standard of the accommodations
      Excellent
    • Restaurant facilities
      Good
    • Play facilities for children
      Good
    • Standard of sanitary buildings
      Good
    • Size of the pitches
      Excellent
    • 7Good
      Flag

      Stephen

      Bungalow tent Navajo

      Group

      • Recommends this resort

      Our transfer from the airport to the Aramin Resort was quick and the Reception Staff on arrival were very helpful and efficient. We were then greeted by the Vacansoleil Rep, who again, was very helpful. Our tent was ready and waiting for us and we were allowed access even though we arrived before the check-in time. The tent was exceptionally clean, well presented and was in a nice shady location, with the added benefit of a gazebo and outside carpet. The toilet and shower block were exceptionally clean and tidy and they were cleaned throughout the day, as were the washing-up areas. We used the washing machine facility, which was value for money. One point to note is that the water at the washing-up area was drinking water, but this is not signposted, and we initially spent money on bottled water, which started to get costly. The salt water swimming pools were clean and well maintained, and there were adequate sunbeds/parasols, although these were expensive at 40 Kuna’s each, especially with a large family. Sadly there were no areas for you to lay down on your towels though. Access to the beach was directly from the campsite and the beach was again very clean and tidy, and although busy, there was space for everyone. You needed to have beach shoes on in the water because of the rocks. The sea was clean, clear and snorkelling was good fun. There were numerous water activities available, which were on the whole reasonably priced. There were good walks along the coastal paths, although arriving at the nudist beach and swingers club was a surprise! The supermarket on the site was well stocked and the prices weren't over inflated. A trip to Rovinj to Lidl was fairly easy to get a better selection of food. The bakery on-site was a great place to buy pastries for breakfast. The restaurants on-site, including the Take-Away Pizza service, provided good quality food and value for money, and service from the staff was always excellent. The Water Taxi to Rovinj was an exciting way to travel, although at 30 Kuna each way, it was a little costly for a large family, the last boat back to the resort was 11:45pm, so you could enjoy an evening in Rovinj without having to rush back. The bus to Rovinj stopped outside the resort and it was a quick journey at half the price of the Water Taxi. We did a mixture of the two types of journey. Rovinj was a beautiful little town to meander around. The shops and market stalls were typical tourist shops and the prices reflected this, although there were some cheaper shops too. The Marina was busy and had plenty of restaurants around it to choose from, although these were slightly more expensive than if you went off the beaten track. A trip up to the Church was well worth it, and walking back down through the cobbled streets was lovely (do wear shoes with grip on them though, as the cobbles were very slippery in shoes with no grip). We did go to the onsite entertainment on a few occasions, this was adequate but nothing more. However, we did not get to experience all of the entertainment that was on offer as we had some rain on a few nights, and the entertainment was cancelled as there was no alternative venue to the outside space, which was a little disappointing, and we had to return to our tent. We cannot therefore give an overall opinion of the standard of entertainment provided. We enjoyed a trip to Pula to see the Colosseum and other historical buildings, which we did by bus online before we went, and had a lovely meal there, which was not expensive at all. We also travelled to Venice on an organised excursion, which meant an early start leaving the resort at 6:30am, but it was well worth it. Two and a half hours across the sea and we arrived in Venice. Once through Passport Control you could explore the wonders of Venice at your leisure, or join organised trips if you wanted (although these soon added up in cost). The cost of the trip to Venice (70 Euro per person) and any extras was payable in Euros. Venice itself wasn’t as expensive as we had been led to believe and we thoroughly enjoyed all the famous the sites and trip up the Grand Canal by boat. The only negative comment we would make is that we could only get a flight home on a Thursday, and Vacansoleil would not allow us to reduce the number of nights we stayed from 12 to 11, so we had to pay for an extra night which was a little disappointing, especially as perhaps someone else might have wanted to start their holiday on the Friday, but couldn’t because on paper we were still there! All in all, our holiday was lovely, very relaxing and hassle free.

    1-1 from 1 reviews

    1. 1

    Ratings & Reviews

    8.1
    Overall average score of 1 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
    • Swimming Pools
      Excellent
    • Surrounding area
      Excellent
    • General maintenance of the campsite
      Excellent
    • Campsite staff
      Excellent
    • Quality of the entertainment
      Good
    • General standard of the accommodations
      Excellent
    • Restaurant facilities
      Good
    • Play facilities for children
      Good
    • Standard of sanitary buildings
      Good
    • Size of the pitches
      Excellent
    • 7Good
      Flag

      Stephen

      Bungalow tent Navajo

      Group

      • Recommends this resort

      Our transfer from the airport to the Aramin Resort was quick and the Reception Staff on arrival were very helpful and efficient. We were then greeted by the Vacansoleil Rep, who again, was very helpful. Our tent was ready and waiting for us and we were allowed access even though we arrived before the check-in time. The tent was exceptionally clean, well presented and was in a nice shady location, with the added benefit of a gazebo and outside carpet. The toilet and shower block were exceptionally clean and tidy and they were cleaned throughout the day, as were the washing-up areas. We used the washing machine facility, which was value for money. One point to note is that the water at the washing-up area was drinking water, but this is not signposted, and we initially spent money on bottled water, which started to get costly. The salt water swimming pools were clean and well maintained, and there were adequate sunbeds/parasols, although these were expensive at 40 Kuna’s each, especially with a large family. Sadly there were no areas for you to lay down on your towels though. Access to the beach was directly from the campsite and the beach was again very clean and tidy, and although busy, there was space for everyone. You needed to have beach shoes on in the water because of the rocks. The sea was clean, clear and snorkelling was good fun. There were numerous water activities available, which were on the whole reasonably priced. There were good walks along the coastal paths, although arriving at the nudist beach and swingers club was a surprise! The supermarket on the site was well stocked and the prices weren't over inflated. A trip to Rovinj to Lidl was fairly easy to get a better selection of food. The bakery on-site was a great place to buy pastries for breakfast. The restaurants on-site, including the Take-Away Pizza service, provided good quality food and value for money, and service from the staff was always excellent. The Water Taxi to Rovinj was an exciting way to travel, although at 30 Kuna each way, it was a little costly for a large family, the last boat back to the resort was 11:45pm, so you could enjoy an evening in Rovinj without having to rush back. The bus to Rovinj stopped outside the resort and it was a quick journey at half the price of the Water Taxi. We did a mixture of the two types of journey. Rovinj was a beautiful little town to meander around. The shops and market stalls were typical tourist shops and the prices reflected this, although there were some cheaper shops too. The Marina was busy and had plenty of restaurants around it to choose from, although these were slightly more expensive than if you went off the beaten track. A trip up to the Church was well worth it, and walking back down through the cobbled streets was lovely (do wear shoes with grip on them though, as the cobbles were very slippery in shoes with no grip). We did go to the onsite entertainment on a few occasions, this was adequate but nothing more. However, we did not get to experience all of the entertainment that was on offer as we had some rain on a few nights, and the entertainment was cancelled as there was no alternative venue to the outside space, which was a little disappointing, and we had to return to our tent. We cannot therefore give an overall opinion of the standard of entertainment provided. We enjoyed a trip to Pula to see the Colosseum and other historical buildings, which we did by bus online before we went, and had a lovely meal there, which was not expensive at all. We also travelled to Venice on an organised excursion, which meant an early start leaving the resort at 6:30am, but it was well worth it. Two and a half hours across the sea and we arrived in Venice. Once through Passport Control you could explore the wonders of Venice at your leisure, or join organised trips if you wanted (although these soon added up in cost). The cost of the trip to Venice (70 Euro per person) and any extras was payable in Euros. Venice itself wasn’t as expensive as we had been led to believe and we thoroughly enjoyed all the famous the sites and trip up the Grand Canal by boat. The only negative comment we would make is that we could only get a flight home on a Thursday, and Vacansoleil would not allow us to reduce the number of nights we stayed from 12 to 11, so we had to pay for an extra night which was a little disappointing, especially as perhaps someone else might have wanted to start their holiday on the Friday, but couldn’t because on paper we were still there! All in all, our holiday was lovely, very relaxing and hassle free.

    1-1 from 1 reviews

    1. 1

    Surroundings

    At this basic campsite you can enjoy all the amazing facilities of a luxury resort. It’s perfectly located, as the beach is close by and you’re in Rovinj in no time at all. Perfect for day trips for the whole family or just the two of you. Istria is full of quaint, pretty towns and stunning countryside.

    Some tips for your holiday at Camping Amarin in Rovinj

    • Rovinj is 30 minutes away by bike and 15 minutes by bus, water taxi or car. Must do’s: climb the church of St Euphemia. It towers above Rovinj and you can see the entire city from the top. Stroll the narrow, paved streets down to the harbour and sit down for the fresh fish and shell fish.
    • Admirers of historical treasures head for Pula! Take a picture by the Amphitheatre and the Temple of Augustus. Thrill the kids with a day out at the aquarium to see turtles, sharks and little sea dragons..
    • Hop on board a boat with all the family and go to the island of the enormous Brijuni National Park. There’s so much to do at this dream location! Snorkel, swim, tour the island on a little tourist train or on a hired bike, visit a museum, go on a picnic or spot deer and lizards.
    • There’s lots more wild, unspoiled countryside in the Kamenjak peninsula, in the most southernly part of Istria. It’s a great area for hiking and peace and quiet and enjoying a drink at one of the little beach bars down by the rocky bay.
    • Dive into the sea and discover a whole new underwater world near Vrsar en Rovinj. The diving centre has lessons and excursions for beginners and more advanced divers.
    • Jump on a bike ( to rent at the campsite) and explore the coastline of Istria. See the lush, green interior or tour around the picturesque little villages.
    • Other must do’s near camping Amarin are; Poreč, medieval Grožjan, Aquapark Istralandia, the truffel rich mountain village of Motovon, the caves of Baredine and its amazing Olm creature, Vrsar , a boat trip along the Limski Kanal and Venice.
    • Nearest airport: Pula (PUY) at 44 km
    • Second nearest airport: Rijeka (RJK) at 117 km
    • Third nearest airport: Triëste (TRS) at 148 km
    • Train station: 20 km
    • Bus station: 0,5 km
    • Area: hilly and wooded
    • Nearest city/village: 5 km
    • Nearest sea: directly next to the Adriatic Sea
    • Supermarket: 6 km

    Surroundings

    At this basic campsite you can enjoy all the amazing facilities of a luxury resort. It’s perfectly located, as the beach is close by and you’re in Rovinj in no time at all. Perfect for day trips for the whole family or just the two of you. Istria is full of quaint, pretty towns and stunning countryside.

    Some tips for your holiday at Camping Amarin in Rovinj

    • Rovinj is 30 minutes away by bike and 15 minutes by bus, water taxi or car. Must do’s: climb the church of St Euphemia. It towers above Rovinj and you can see the entire city from the top. Stroll the narrow, paved streets down to the harbour and sit down for the fresh fish and shell fish.
    • Admirers of historical treasures head for Pula! Take a picture by the Amphitheatre and the Temple of Augustus. Thrill the kids with a day out at the aquarium to see turtles, sharks and little sea dragons..
    • Hop on board a boat with all the family and go to the island of the enormous Brijuni National Park. There’s so much to do at this dream location! Snorkel, swim, tour the island on a little tourist train or on a hired bike, visit a museum, go on a picnic or spot deer and lizards.
    • There’s lots more wild, unspoiled countryside in the Kamenjak peninsula, in the most southernly part of Istria. It’s a great area for hiking and peace and quiet and enjoying a drink at one of the little beach bars down by the rocky bay.
    • Dive into the sea and discover a whole new underwater world near Vrsar en Rovinj. The diving centre has lessons and excursions for beginners and more advanced divers.
    • Jump on a bike ( to rent at the campsite) and explore the coastline of Istria. See the lush, green interior or tour around the picturesque little villages.
    • Other must do’s near camping Amarin are; Poreč, medieval Grožjan, Aquapark Istralandia, the truffel rich mountain village of Motovon, the caves of Baredine and its amazing Olm creature, Vrsar , a boat trip along the Limski Kanal and Venice.
    • Nearest airport: Pula (PUY) at 44 km
    • Second nearest airport: Rijeka (RJK) at 117 km
    • Third nearest airport: Triëste (TRS) at 148 km
    • Train station: 20 km
    • Bus station: 0,5 km
    • Area: hilly and wooded
    • Nearest city/village: 5 km
    • Nearest sea: directly next to the Adriatic Sea
    • Supermarket: 6 km

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