Bartula My Olive Garden Camp is a parking-only campsite for tents.
Our campsite is located in the Stari Bar neighborhood of the city, which has been inhabited for more than 2500 years. One of the most significant regions in the Adriatic for the production of olives is the Stari Bar area.
This back-to-nature camping is made possible by nature and historic olive groves. After rising above the gorgeous peak Rumija, the sun awakens you. Although our campsite is situated in the mountainous Vruca Rijeka river valley, the camping area is terraced and has a variety of trees growing on it. Breakfast will be prepared by you in the guest kitchen (or you can place an order and we’ll cook it), and you’ll have it in the dining room, which is located on a terrace furnished with wooden benches and tables. You can visit a plethora of locations during the day, including historical sites and natural wonders.
Or, since you’re on vacation, just unwind under the shady olive and vine trees. Simply walk for up to 10 minutes and take a dip in the year-round mountain stream Vruca Rijeka if it becomes too hot (except in extremely dry summers when there is significantly less water, although still possible to take a bath). Take a hot shower in one of the bathrooms that are located near the toilets in the campsite or a cool shower in one of our outdoor showers. You can spend a wonderful evening in the olive grove while partaking in a taste of the regional foods we have available in our bar. Additionally, if you’re feeling fancy, try some regionally inspired grilled specialties. After a busy day, unwind at the Bartula campsite, which can accommodate roughly 25 tents. Your vehicle or bicycle can rest on the parking lot at the campground’s entrance (a capacity of the parking is limited). Wi-fi internet access is accessible in the campground, and if your phone’s battery is running low, you can charge it in the reception area. Use this to share your experiences with friends.
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Leo Lohmann6 months ago
Awesome spot to stay! Only 3-4 places for RVs and mainly for Vans so better call before you drive uphills. The hosts are super friendly and helpful! Facilities are clean and of solid quality. If you have enough time make sure to take the hike starting behind the campsite to go to Stari Bar.
A B2 months ago
Djoko is a great host! Very friendly and helpful. We had a great time there. Even if we planned staying only for one night we ended up staying over a week. Even a month after my visit I called him because I had struggle with my car and he helped me emediately and fixed everything. His garden and the surrounding is beautiful but very basic which we loved and prefer but that is def not for everyone. We harvested pees and grapes, got delicious domestic olives and oil and of course a lot of domestic Schnaps! Thanks for having us and thank you even more for making this trip and our stay more than beautiful! 🤍
Cth_0 Blank7 months ago
After reading the comments, expected too much. What didn't change is friendly and helpful stuff. The scenery is magnificent. The rest is causing the feeling "yes, but". Three main drawbacks that got me: - You are not allowed to keep drinks in the fridge (in favor of capacity which was fine to my taste). It is quite hot and I actually crave for something cold during this time - There is no stove to cook on, no microvawe, and the grill is, well, in satisfactory condition - The bar (the only place with cold drinks) had been very expensive. I would expect at least water to be at the market's price and not 3.5 times more expensive. Maybe big bottles of water would help, more variety of the other drinks. Cola/fanta 0.33 2.5 euro, seriously? The rest is not that important. The territory is not a big one and quite hilly. From the nearest shop 2 kilometers uphill, not a pleasant walk to have every day. The temperature for August is still too hot for me to enjoy camping, even at night I was sweating. Definitely NOT recommend without a mean of transportation during the summer. The river to bath in, was dry. There is drought now, so maybe it is not a rule for August. The road to the old town took us 1.5-2 hours in a very slow tempo (again, the heat and hills). The shower is ok, but the curtains are disgustingly dirty. Hot water was stable. To conclude on a high note, Montenegro sometimes looks like heaven: an unreal number of fruits and olive trees!
Alexander Daniel7 months ago
Absolutely recommended! Beautiful and quiet campsite with stunning sceneries. Only for tents creating a charming atmosphere. Djoko and Iggy were lovely even helping us out with a little car crash. The campsite provides a top notch breakfast and dinner as well! We’ll be back.
Stay Frosty10 months ago
Lovely little campsite away from the noise of the city. Best suited to tent camping, hot showers, free fruit from the trees, walking trail right outside, owner speaks some English, kitchen prep area with fridge and sink