Kirdriceava 10 C, Bled, 4260, SloveniaView on map
Why stay here ...
Located on the western tip of Lake Bled and close to the water’s edge, this peaceful campsite is ideal for exploring the Slovenian countryside. A friendly site, it offers much for families and those looking for an active holiday, with direct access to the lakefront beach and a range of water sports.
The site has its own restaurant serving local Slovenian dishes, which offers wonderful views across the lake. For more variety, guests can take a 30 minute stroll into the town of Bled and sample the excellent cuisine.
Being situated on the outskirts of Triglav National Park, Bled and its surrounding area is perfect for walkers and mountain bikers. The park’s location makes it ideal to take in the views towards the famous island at its centre. For those feeling less energetic, take a tour by horse-drawn carriage or the road train that passes the site every half an hour.
Around & About
Bled, Lake Bled, Bled Castle, Bled Island, Vintgar Gorge, Pokljuka Gorge, Triglav National Park, Pod Babjim Zombom Cave, Ljubljana, Goriška Brda, Hiking, Mountain biking, Canyoning, Water sports, Summer sledging, Hot air balloon rides.
Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM
Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM
Earliest departure time - low: 7:00 AM
Earliest departure time - high: 7:00 AM
34 miles north-west of Ljubljana. From Ljubljana take the E61/A2, stay on this road, then take a right exit SP Lesce, Bled, Bohinj. At the rndbt take 2nd exit for Bled and continue along 209. After arriving in Bled take the road going around the lake on the left. And then follow the signs for Camping Bled (blue signs). From the North Exit E61 direction Bled/Lesce, strt thro Bled village and exit with lake on R. Foll campsite sp to lakeside and cont on narrow winding road.
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 46.36155 / Lon 14.08066
- Michelin map no.
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
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This is our third visit - which is a recommendation in its own right. However the experience does change markedly with the season. Our stay in August saw every pitch (400+) taken and more tents lining the valley sides on bare rocks using stones rather than pegs. The back half of the camp is a miss mash of haphazard camping so if you prefer a marked pitch go for the pitches 1-100 ish. The children loved the park and trampolines and direct access to the lake. The on site bread delivery was excellent. The upkeep, electric and access issues mentioned by previous reviewers remain.
Response from the Site:
Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry to hear about your recent stay at Camping Bled. We are continuing to improve our pitches to ensure they are of a good quality for our customers. Last year we renovated the pitches in areas A and B (pitches up to 112). Last week on Monday we started renewing the rest of the campsite and the construction should be finished by 1st April. We will have premium pitches in area F (with water, dranaige, electricity connection, the size of 110m2). Also the rest of areas E, D and C are beeing renowated, with new drainages so the mud and hard ground shoud be a thing of the past. It took us a long time to do this due to a building permit that is very hard to get because of the location near the lake. The acces road is another concern of us which we are trying our very best to deal with. This summer in August we marked the road with ground markings and had a security man on the road every day to turn cars that do not belong to campsite guests away. The situation was still not perfect but was a lot better. We are in the process of applying for a building permit for the entrance area of the campsite (restaurant, shop and sporting facilities and entrance and exit road) which we would like to be separated in the future in the hope that this will resolve the ongoing problem.