The campsite has 20 camping sites. Modernly equipped with toilets and showers with hot water. Every place has electric hookup .Camp is divided into two main parts and several smaller parts of land which are interconnected. That guarantees our guests their privacy and peace.
Asphalt road through the olive grove or macadam road will bring you to the beach and a small harbor in 3 minutes.
Guests can use the internet corner, and rent the refrigerators and washing machine. There is also a possibility of barbecue.
We offer our guests the possibility to purchase daily fresh bread and pastries, fruit, vegetables, wine and brandy. Also we offer olive oil from our own production from the camping site.
Shops, restaurants, bank, post office and pharmacy as well as other needed services are in the 13 km distant Trpanj.
We always recommend to our guests going to the paradise beaches near the Camp Luka.
The main pebble beach is located only 150m from Camp Luka and with its 500m in lenght is suitable for children, families and all others who want to enjoy swimming, sunbathing, sailing, surfing, fishing and diving in the clearest part of the Adriatic sea.
Beach called" Jezero " gravel sandbar which is pound by waves on one side and cold fresh lake water from the other side, whose water outflow over the beach into the sea, ensures discretion and enjoying the sun and the sea, moreover it can be reached only by foot (20 min. from camp ) or motor boat (10 minutes from the local harbor).
We can also arrange short trips to local destinations on the request.
What is now especially interesting for our guests is the opportunity to taste our olive oil from olives harvested in the Campsite, grown in a completely natural way and with the love that has been passed down in our family from generation to generation.
The story about the olive tree dates back to the Romans era. For this region is very important , and speaks about love, toil, sweat and blistered hands of the people of this region. The ancient Romans began in this area with the cultivation of olive trees. Near the coast are the oldest olive trees in the region, around the remains of the" villa rustica". In the last century in Duba operated four mills and Duba field was numbered approximately 18000 olive trees. Of course, that time and a way of processing olives in old mills are far behind us. Now is the modern way of processing. Because native species of olives called "oblica", that prevails in the region of peninsula Pelješac, quality, taste and smell of olive oil are really superb.