Location: Klaipedos pl., 33i, Nemirseta (Palanga)
Total area: 14000 sq.m
In the camping site located on the territory of the Seaside Regional Park there are 58 places for campers with all the necessary infrastructure. For travellers with tents there is a special ground with 59 places for the tents and cars. Tourists arriving with campers or tents can use kitchens to cook their meals and sanitary facilities. The camping also has a self-service laundry.
For our guests‘ comfort the territory is illuminated, there are gazebos with barbecue, sport and children‘s play grounds. The roads and access paths on the territory are paved with concrete grass pavers, while green grass grows on the places for the tents and cars. This was done to help the holidaymakers longing for the nature feel like in a forest.
The tourists who choose to stay in this camp site located in a very beautiful place – in the Seaside Regional Park, just 300 m away from the sea, can enjoy not only a comfortable stay but will also have wonderful time.
Buildings and structures
- Entry – exit post,
- Two buildings with cooking facilities,
- Two sanitary buildings,
- Two gazebos,
- Two basketball grounds,
- Two tennis courts,
- Other engineering structures – grounds.
A perfect place
The exclusive Palanga camping is not only located in a unique place, it also attracts with its architecture. In its design we strived to preserve the estate style typical for the Lithuania Minor, therefore the buildings of the camping have traditional architectural style of the beginning of the XX century – with typical for this ethnographic region light clay coloured walls and sloping tiled roofs.
It is not only the beaches which will attract the holidaymakers – nearby there is an old ship rescue station (late XIX c.), a recreational space, a beach, a view point. A morain shooting out into the sea, the Seaside Regional Park stretching to the south from Nemirseta make the landscape unique. A new bicycle route makes it easy to get to the center of Palanga, Šventoji, Karklė, Klaipėda and from there – to the Curonian Spit.