A real life advert for the lifestyle
Bunculuka resort, is literally the end of the road at the southern end of Krk island, the coastal walking path from Baska goes through the resort. and the main hiking path goes around it. So lots of non-naturists get to see you enjoying your time on holiday (no gawkers, though). RECEPTION: Excellent. The staff speak good English and were helpful. They didn’t ask me for my INF card. Maybe I look non-threatening. FACILITIES: The camping area is fairly small, and carved into the side of a steep hill, so it feels a bit crowded. I got to dislike having to climb the hill three or four times a day. There is one small supermarket and an on-site restaurant/bakery. I really enjoyed the food, and happily devoured something different from the menu on each of my 7 nights. There isn’t much for kids, and no pool. The free wi-fi was excellent. LODGINGS: I stayed in a mobile camping home. It was a bit cramped, and it seemed to be short of a power point. I had to plug the kettle into the bathroom power point. But it was clean, the shower pressure was very good, and everything worked. STAFF: I hardly saw the roving staff, but the waiters in the restaurant were excellent. After two days they knew who I was and that I liked a Coke Zero with my lunch salad, and a cold beer with my dinner. GUESTS: I stayed in the 2nd week of September, after school holidays were over. So there were no kids, and not many under 40’s. Most couples were German/Austrian, with a few Slovenians as well. Everyone was nude on the beach, and only clothed if they were going on a hike or going to the market or restaurant. The hikers and walkers can see you when they walk past. I wonder if they see you having a good time the first day, they buy a daypass (20 kuna, Cheap!) the next day, and then decide they might stay at the resort next time they go to Baska. One other thing. Even in shoulder peak, the beach was crowded. I preferred to walk the kilometre or so to the next beach, Jablonica, which was mostly nude and fantastic. The one day I went to the beach after that, Storice, most people were nude there as well, so maybe the hikers get the nude message straight away.