It is partly surrounded by forest and provides 100 accommodation units for 300 guests, with an average area of 80 m². There is a rocky and a shingle beach at the campsite, as well as a footpath that leads through an old pine forest to Osorčica, the highest point of the island and its most visually stunning mountain , which rises up to 588 m above sea level. The nearest grocery store and restaurants are 300 m away from the campsite. Osor, the cultural and historical centre of this part of Kvarner, draws in visitors with its museums, churches and archaeological sites. The convenient location of the campsite allows guests to choose between a plethora of recreational activities, including mountain climbing, hiking, cycling and a variety of water sports.