SEIZE THE DAY !
Because of its location ''Ujča'' Camp is an ideal place for those who want to spend an unforgettable vacation. Seize the day, enjoying summer activities and visit many natural and cultural heritage.
Diving base (located in camp) is organizing a diving school for beginners, Discovery diving for the curious, and for
experienced divers shore dives and boat trips to other dive sites. In the diving base, you can rent a complete diving
Senj (4km) abounds in ancient archaeological sites, numerous churches and chapels, gothic and renaissance palaces, fortresses and
towers. The most monumental fortress in the entire Croatian Littoral, the Nehaj fortress, was built in 1558 to defend the town.
Saint George (5km) is a typical seaside village known for its excellent seafood restaurants. From St. George you can go one day boat trip to Goli Otok, known for convict camp, all informations about the tour are available at the camp reception.
Grifon - Birds of Pray Conservation Centre (10km) is located on Crnika, 5 km south of Sv. Juraj, within Velebit Nature Park. Mission is to preserve and to protect the most endangered species of birds of prey in Croatia, as well to protect valuable natural landscapes. The Centre is open for visitors.
Mountain lodge - meteorological station Zavižan (34km) at 1594 m above the sea level, is located within the National Park Northern Velebit. Zavižan visitors can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Velebit channel islands.
In the village of Kuterevo (40km) lies a unique sanctuary for young bears, the only one of its kind in the world. Sanctuary is open for visitors from spring to late fall. Except bears you can also visit the eco / ethno village. Village Kuterevo has 10,000 visitors annually.
Zavratnica (42km) is one of the most beautiful bays of the Croatian coast. Because of the beautyfull landscape and natural values 1964. was placed under special protection in the category of protected landscapes. Since 1981. is an integral part of the nature park ''Velebit''.
The old city of Rab (50km) dominates the island with it’s four church towers and medieval streets, so it is no wonder that Europeans
named it "Little Venice", with its preserved cultural and historic centre. The island of Rab (50km) is by all means one of
the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic Sea.
Gacka (58 km), the most famous trout water in the world, springs with attractive mills of place Sinac. This natural pearl and a rarity, is considered as geomorphological and hydrological natural monument. At the spring of Gacka in Sinac are mills that still evoke the former way of life.
The Caving park Grabovača is only 2,5 km from the centre of Perušić (75 km). There are 6 caves and one pothole in the area and three of the caves are protected on the national level as geomorphologic monuments of nature. During spring, summer and autumn the visitors are taken on a tour of the cave Samograd by the guides. Other caves visited individually - without a guide.
Memorial Center "Nikola Tesla" (80km) was established in 2006. g. in order to preserve lasting memories and express gratitude to the character and work of Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest scientists, inventors, and humanist., a native of Smiljan.
Plitvice lakes (85km) were declared national park in 1949., they are one of the most beautiful natural sights in Europe. In the year 1979 UNESCO has declared it with all rights as the World's natural inheritance.
Cerovačke caves (130 km), located in the southern part of Velebit Nature Park, are among the most famous and most important caves in Croatia. The complex consists of three caves (Lower, Middle and Upper), with a total of 4 km excavated channel. Arranged for tourist visit is the first 700 m of Upper and Lower Cave.
Zadar (150 km) is one of the most popular Croatian tourist destinations. Zadar is surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.