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Plage Cachee Glamping

Misin Bod, Vrboska, Jelsa, Hvar Island 21463 Croatia
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adnilak wrote a review Sep. 2020
Vallentuna, Sweden17 contributions
Everything was fabulous! The tent is well equipped with a double size bed with mosquito net, toilet, small fridge, and electricity. Right outside of it is a small terrace with couch, small table, and two chairs. There's also a shower right next to the tent to wash of the sea salt, but there's no curtains on that one so we didn't use it; instead, we used the other shower some 50m away where you can undress and change. There's also plenty of lighting in the tent as well as outside, although some of them are powered by solar so they're not very bright. Lastly, there are two thin, rollable sunbed mattresses that you can bring along to beach (which is recommended). Right down from the tent to the sea there are two sunbeds per tent on the rocks. You can also jump into the sea from there but be mindful of the rocks. There is also a private private beach some 5-10 minutes walking from the tent, and it's completely stunning. Even the walk there is amazing - despite the dry landscape it's flourishing with various cacti and trees. There's also a small bar but it was closed when we were there (during September, corona times, although you can still use the various glasses that were there, but be sure to clean up after yourself - this doesn't happen by magic). The bar also has a faucet but when we were there we could only get lukewarm water, so fill up on water before leaving the tent if you plan to stay there for a while. And you definitely want to - we spent most of our time there. Between the tents and the beach there is a large kitchen with two fridges, two gas stoves with the necessary pans and pots, and a gas grill. So doing your daily cooking is as convenient as you can get. The staff (and owner?), Olga, was really friendly and helpful in showing us our tent and premises and did her best to cater to our every need. We couldn't have had a better honeymoon! All in all, definitely worth the expense and trip! Disliked: To get to the glamping, you need to drive some kilometer or so on a bumpy, downhill dirt road that's a single lane with rocks on both sides. It's fine as long as you take it slow, but you really don't want to meet anyone on that road. That happened to us twice but fortunately it was Olga we met and she obviously knows the road like the back of her hand so she was kind to reverse to the fork in the road (there is only one) to let us through. The fact that it's a bit of a hassle to get there really makes it important that you do all your grocery shopping for your stay before you get there. You really don't want to come and go more than necessary (which also takes away time from sunbathing and swimming in the gorgeous sea!). Lastly, it said in our booking confirmation (via booking.com) that we had to put down a €250 deposit when we get there, but when we got there this was not asked for. Hence we had withdrawn €250 in cash for nothing, which is annoying since we don't use euro in our country and therefore will have to find ways of spending it. So either take the deposit or remove this requirement from the booking information.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Room Tip: Only five tents on the whole premises. No 5 is most off. No 3 had evening sun on their terrace.
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123rad wrote a review Jul. 2020
Leicester, United Kingdom15 contributions
Great stay! The staff Christian and Lea were exceptional, so helpful, friendly and willing to help, can’t thank them enough for making our stay amazing! The place itself is clean, nice views and the private beach is unreal. Would highly recommend!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$149 - US$274 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
CroatiaDalmatiaSplit-Dalmatia CountyHvar IslandJelsaVrboska
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Frequently Asked Questions about Plage Cachee Glamping
Which popular attractions are close to Plage Cachee Glamping?
Nearby attractions include Zlatni Rat Beach (Golden Horn) (7.0 km), Tvrdalj Castle (6.0 km), and Stari Grad Plain (4.7 km).
What are some restaurants close to Plage Cachee Glamping?
Conveniently located restaurants include Nook, Blue Doors restaurant, and BioMania.
Are there any historical sites close to Plage Cachee Glamping?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Stari Grad Culture Centre (5.9 km), Jelsa Town Cemetery (4.7 km), and St. Lucy's Church (5.7 km).