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Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia

Via Vukovarska b.b., Omis 21310 Croatia
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#15 of 141 in Omis
Camp Galeb
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Tennis court
Table tennis
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Air conditioning
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English, Croatian, German, Italian
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Edo in Nina wrote a review Sep 2021
107 contributions24 helpful votes
We had a camping house with a jacuzzi in the second row, it was perfect! It had a partial sea view, about 30 m from the beach. After swimming in the sea, which was sometimes a bit cold due to the proximity of the Cetina River you can warm yourself up in the bubbling jakuzzi with great sea view. The camping house is fully equipped and clean. The staff very helpful, a lot of activities in city Omiš and near by. Really worth of visit, I truly recommmend.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled
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Lana M wrote a review Jul 2021
Naas, Ireland192 contributions32 helpful votes
Excellent camping site and mobile homes. Would most suit families with children, teens or those travelling with pets. There is a separate Dogs beach, Windsurfing school right on the campus, café, massages and electric scooters hire.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled
Tomasz S wrote a review Aug 2020
Poznan, Poland20 contributions7 helpful votes
The grade should be between 3 and 4, 3.5 would be just right. Average (but not bad) camping, especially compared to other campsites in Croatia. On the plus side, the location (close to the center). Relatively clean, although a lot of paper and plastic was flying in the campground itself. Quite noisy (though this is a matter of other guests, not service).
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Date of stay: August 2020
Saraj wrote a review Sep 2019
Brisbane Region, Australia279 contributions54 helpful votes
This is a lovely campsite within walking distance to the town of Ormis. The sites are a good size and there is plenty of shade when hot. Sanitary facilities are excellent and the cleaning staff are cleaning constantly. Toilet paper, soap, and paper towels are provided. There's a lovely bar area, restaurant, and pool area facing the beach. It's not the nicest beach in Croatia but still ok. I really enjoyed this camp but there was one issue which all the campers were unhappy about. On the Saturday night a venue belonging to the campsite was rented to a wedding party which played obscenely loud music until after 3 a.m. Even my custom made earplugs could not block the bass sound so we weren't able to sleep until the music was off. I cannot believe that camp management would have so little consideration for their guests and there were a lot of campers on Saturday night. Not only that, the cabins were the closest to the music so I pity anyone who had paid to stay in one for the night. So come on management - have consideration for the camp guests! If it wasn't for this I'd have given 5 stars but won't be returning if this is a regular thing.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled
Ben R wrote a review Aug 2019
Hedge End, United Kingdom151 contributions45 helpful votes
They should be a 3 1/2 rating nearly a 4 but need some basic help. We stayed for 10 days with an 8 year old and a teen who are used to larger Eurocamp sites. We booked direct online, the service and communications were excellent and we had high hopes. We arrived early but were allowed to check in without a fee which was good. We had a basic level mobile home but it did push the basic title to the limit. There was no welcome pack or instructions for the accommodation. We weren't told about the electricity being activated by placing your door key into a keyhole in the kitchen area so we ended up calling their service team who couldn't work it out until an electrician came!. There were a few minor issues with the fixtures which were quickly sorted. The drainage system was struggling to cope so we had slow draining sinks and shower. There was a constant smell in the bathroom which invaded the accommodation if you didn't open the window and keep the door closed at all times. The kitchen didn't have a bread knife or chopping board which was minor but annoying. The camp is clean and well kept. There are several small pools but they are only really plunge pools. We didn't eat on site but there is a restaurant on the beach and a small shop. The beach is the best feature, it is a mix of sand and gravel. It is shallow water for a very good distance and the swimming area is separated for safety. The town of Omis is beautiful and the local activities are great. This site needs some investment in customer service training, bigger pools, larger more active animation team and infrastructure like the drains if they wish to appeal to a wider market. If they are happy with the current dynamic then I would recommend it for families with younger children rather than teens.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled
Danyel Z wrote a review Jul 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands16 contributions5 helpful votes
Stayed here 3 times during festival season. Stayed at the beach front house + jacuzzi. Overall, facilities are decent. However, Only one toilet paper roll provided (which wasn’t even full) and had to buy my own. Difficult to use the dish washer as I was only given one tablet and refused to buy more for them. Reception did not want to provide me more (minimum box is like 30 and I only used like 4 washes during my 5 night stay. They wanted to charge me 20 euros when I asked for our hot tub water to be changed (or even for chlorine for sanitary reasons). During the last night, our hot tub stopped working, I went to the reception and I had to really fight to get someone to come have a look at it. It was eventually fixed. The night guys originally said, sorry night shift, so can’t help. Not really sure what that means? At check out they asked me to take all the trash out the house, even though they have cleaners, and during my first two visits it was cleaned by them. All other houses were fully cleaned by staff! Upon their check out. Essentially I was asked to clean the house myself or risk loosing my 370 euro deposit. They don’t even take euros and I had to use the local currency so now I lost money on my way back home on the exchange (pro tip - maybe you people should take passports instead, NO ONE would leave without their passport). The employees are generally not friendly, and seem like they hate their jobs and being there. As I worked in hotels in while studying, I know reception can be a grueling job sometimes but respect the patrons who are paying A LOT of money to enjoy themselves and be there. TLDR: terrible staff, 0 service, decent facilities - go spend your money else where. I know I will.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled
Slaven D wrote a review Jan 2019
Solin, Croatia15 contributions2 helpful votes
Very beautiful camp site. Close to Omiš city, Cetina river. Many activities and sports there-rafting, canyoning,kayaking, Zip-line,bikes, fish picnic and so. Make sure you visit a Radman mills and taste Peka meal and so
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled
karen p wrote a review Oct 2018
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom150 contributions73 helpful votes
We spent 10 nights in the bungalows(mobile homes) which were exactly how the photos were on the web site, we chose this site as it was located by the beach plus a swimming pool for the children everything is laid out well, whilst the children are enjoying themselves and making new friends from many nationalities the bar is next to the pool, so you can sit and enjoy a drink and a snack, the restaurant is only a few metres away, we didn't eat in the restaurant but it looked very nice, as Omis town is only a short stroll away we walked into town every night, you can either walk along the road or take a walk around the back by the sea, but be warned there is a fair which the children loved going to. A large supermarket is located just across the road from the camp. Prices in the camp for drinks/snacks are very reasonable. Sun loungers/umbrellas are available for hire on the beach. We had two bungalows one of which was located a couple of hundred metres from the beach and overlooked tent pitches, high was entertaining to watch the comings and goings, the second tent was situated by the main road through town which was very noisy first thing in the morning and woke the small child they asked to be moved and after 2 days another bungalow became available which was located by a smaller splash pool for small children, the camp were very accommodating with this issue. The bungalows are very well equiped, my only grumble is that the cleaners didn't come in to change the sheets or towels during our stay. Bus stop is also situated just outside the main entrance if you like using the local transport which is very reasonable. Deposit is payable in cash euros of 100.00 per bungalow which is returned when staff have inspected the bungalow for any damages and if you have left it clean. Tourist tax and registration fee are also payable this can be paid by card. Would we visit again yes we would if we had the children with us.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled
Chris F wrote a review Sep 2018
Mortsel, Belgium90 contributions28 helpful votes
Positives Location - right on the beach looking out to Brac island with mountains behind and 30 min from Split. Clean facilities. Negatives Late night music from the bar until midnight. If forewarned we would have chosen a spot much further away where the impact was minimal. Absolutely nowhere to hang towel or clothes during shower. High risk of wet clothing! No border markings between pitches resulting in often cramped areas lacking privacy. Wouldn't bother again thanks to the late loud music, otherwise was pleasant.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled
Hermeneutyka wrote a review Sep 2018
Gdansk, Poland5 contributions1 helpful vote
We spent 11 days in a mobile home in Camp Galeb. It's been our 3rd time in Croatia and secon - in a camp site (we were at Istria before), and we regret the choice very much. The camp is located very close to Jadranka (main road, going along Adriatic), and the traffic does not allow you to relax. Mobile homes are set so close to each other, that the only view you have is your neighbors bathroom window. No place for kids to play in front of the home. The animations are really poor, the pool is very small and thus - instantly crowded. The beach is dirty, and the water is cold and turbid (Cetina river ends there), so we travelled every day to another beach (everyday traffic jam is another story...). The prices are really high and unadequate to the quality.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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Room Tip: If renting a mobile home, insist on the homes closest to the beach.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia
Which popular attractions are close to Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
Nearby attractions include Origin Croatian Cosmetics (0.3 miles), Omis and Cetina River (0.07 miles), and Omis Cetina Canyon (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Pod Odrnom, Pizzeria Antula, and Konoba Gusti.
Does Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia have airport transportation?
Yes, Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.02 miles away from the center of Omis.
Are pets allowed at Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Italian, and Croatian.
Are there any historical sites close to Campeggio Galeb Omis Split Croazia?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Starigrad Fortress (0.6 miles), Fortress Mirabella (Peovica) (0.3 miles), and The Parish church of St. Michael (0.3 miles).