Camping Mon Perin is located in the municipality of Bale, Istria Peninsula in Croatia, and is spread over 9 km of coastline, halfway between towns Rovinj and Pula. The whole area is protected as a valuable natural environment and also as an archaeological site. That resulted in very strict construction conditions that permitted reconstruction but within the existing spatial parameters. That condition has been an extremely aggravating circumstance knowing the standards that had to be met in terms of categorization.
The project task was to raise Camp categorization from 2 ** to 4 **** between two summer seasons by reconstructing the main facilities: reception, restaurant, and 8 toilets.
Sanitary facilities were particularly challenging precisely because of the need for a large number of sanitary facilities and supporting facilities to meet the categorization requirements. The goal was to design all toilets in a similar form. Four bathrooms located in San Polo are made with brushed stone precast while bathrooms at Camp Colone are finished with HPL boards. They consist of closed parts and a covered areas for washing dishes and clothes.