we stayed here as a base to explore the local area. The pitches are large and clearly marked out but there is no space between them. we have a small van so this wasn't a problem, we had plenty of space outside. IF you have a very large van and end up next to another large vehicle you might feel a little crowded. It was the start of low season so it was busy but not full, mostly older/retired people and a few families with young children. The shower/washing/toilet facilities were pretty standard but very clean and had everything you need. The site felt well looked after and clean, we saw plenty of cleaners and ground staff around. it has its own private beach with activities if you like that sort of thing (boats, jet ski, windsurf). There is a restaurant which is the higher side of average for price and food is average but good if you don't want to cook. It is a very short walk to Omis town where there are shops and restaurants. We took a bus to Split and a bus to Makarska. Buses are hourly but run all day and late night from Split. It was worth taking a bus as it would be hard to park a large van in the town and parking is expensive. The bus stop is right by the campsite too. Overall it is good for a few nights but I wouldn't like to go in peak season as it would be super crowded. Good base for exploring Split/Makarska/Brac/Hvar and booking through the club site we had a very good price. The downside was we had to pay both tourist tax and a registration fee in cash at the site. Tourist tax is usual but registration fee was unexpected!