Attractive tourist destinations in the immediate vicinity of the Terre Camp
The village of Selina is located 3 km southeast of St. Lovreč, on a hilly area of a slightly undulating landscape, overlooking the sea and the Lim bay. The area was inhabited in prehistoric times, classical antiquity and the Middle Ages. On the southern edge of Selina is a Romanesque church of Sv. Lucija (St. Lucy).
Dvigrad, the remains are the largest ruins of settlements in Istria and provide a unique picture of a typical well preserved medieval town. It is situated approximately 10 km from the camp.
Sveti Lovreč, a historic small town, has been inhabited since prehistoric times. The main features of the settlement are the Venetian walls, with towers and town gate and St. Martin parish church - the Romanesque three-nave building with a separate Romanesque bell tower.
The Lim Bay is submerged in the karstic valley on the west coast of Istria and is a protected geomorphological-hydrogeological area. Visible on the verticals of the northern coast are the openings of large caves, which can also be visited. It is located approximately 7 kilometers from the camp.
The Puč Source, arranged for visitors, can be reached by bike – approximately 3 km away from the campsite.
Other tourist attractions nearby: bike trails, Dvigrad climbing, equestrian club, the Herak family farm and lavender fields, and gastronomic offerings.