Camp Dunav

Main sanitation block with toilets, showers, washing machine and chemical toilet (added by manager 20 Jun 2019)

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  • Award-winning family-friendly site on the banks of the Danube
  • A half-hour drive from centre of Belgrade and 50 minutes from Novi Sad
  • Café-bar with outdoor seating, and a small playground
Mix urban with rural at Camp Dunav, a family-friendly (and award-winning) site 30 minutes’ drive from the centre of Serbian capital Belgrade. On the banks of the mighty Danube, the site’s in a prime spot for city breaks with a little countryside peace and quiet thrown in. It’s half an hour in the car from the site to the very centre of Belgrade, and there’s plenty to do in the city to make that journey worth repeating a few times, from the fortress, to the zoo, to the electrifying (sorry) Nikola Tesla museum. Not enough city? It’s just a little farther (35 minutes) to Pancevo, on the opposite bank of the Danube, where stands the oldest brewery in the Balkans – Vajfert – as well as the National Garden (a park that dates to the late 19th century). Back at base, it’s all about laying low and taking it easy. The leafy site is properly peaceful, with a café-bar solving hungers and thirsts, a playground for kids with too much energy, wifi, and the soothing sound of the Danube lulling guests to sleep in the evenings…

Site type

Lodges, cabins, pods or huts 6
Tent pitches 50
Touring caravan pitches 50
Motorhome pitches 50

Languages spoken



Leisure on site

Bar or club house

Cycle hire

Evening entertainment


Fitness centre

Games room

Indoor swimming pool

Kids' club

On-site restaurant/cafe

Outdoor swimming pool

Play area

TV room

Take away



Amenities on site

Bath available

Car parking by pitch/unit

Composting toilet

Disabled facilities

Dog park

Drying room

Food shop

Free wifi

Ice pack freezing

Internet access


Parent & baby washroom

Pick-up from public transport

Portable toilet

Pub toilets

Public telephone

Shower available

Toilet block

Washing-up area


Groups welcome

Family friendly

Motorcycle friendly

Rallies welcome

Single-sex groups welcome

Student groups welcome


Barbecue provided

Barbecues allowed

Campfires allowed

Commercial vehicles allowed

Dogs allowed

Dogs allowed all year




Charging facilities

Chemical disposal

Electric car charging point(s)

Gas cylinders available

Recycling available

Renewable energy

Nearby amenities

Bar nearby

Dog walk nearby

Public transport nearby

Shop nearby


Medium (26-50 pitches)

Nearby leisure

Restaurant nearby


Camp Dunav

Batajnički Drum 7. Deo 12







Europe/Belgrade +0100 (GMT+01:00)



Route directions

To reach the site via public transport, catch the numbers 704 or 706 from the city centre.

Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel using the Get directions button above.

Local attractions

No trip to Serbia would be complete without a stop at a monastery or two, and there are far more than two hereabouts. Vojlovica Monastery is 40 minutes’ drive away, the Monastery of the Holy Archbishop Stefan is 50 minutes from base, and there are 16 more in Fruška Gora National Park just over an hour from the site. Fruška Gora is Serbia’s oldest national park, so it’s worth sticking around here for hikes through pretty orchards and scenic fields, keeping eyes peeled for animals, and making pitstops at the vineyards for a few sips of vino. The Romans first planted grapes here in the third century, so they should be just about ready to drink now… Stick to fresh air with a lengthier jaunt to Deliblato Sands (the ‘European Sahara’), an hour and 20 minutes away, or return to the banks of the Danube for some more populated days. It’s 45 minutes from the site to Sremski Karlovci and its eco centre, museums, four wineries – five actually, as the Museum of Beekeeping has a nifty wine cellar attached – and spectacular Patriarchate Court palace. It’s another five minutes along the river from there to Novi Sad (50 minutes), the second-largest city in the country. The Petrovaradin Fortress (nicknamed ‘Gibraltar on the Danube’) is a must-visit, and fans of sandy beach days ought to be keen to come to a halt on Štrand, a popular sandy beach on the river.


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