1. Matt - 52 years old - family - US - June 2017 - 7 days - posted on 05.07.2017Rating out of ten:
overall 10, welcome 8, cleanliness 9, security 9, activities 8, services 7, accommodation 8, nature 9, nudity 8, respect 9.Strengths:
Set on a gentle hill sloping down to multiple beaches as well as its own harbor. Valalta is beautiful, the views and sunset are magical!
It is a huge resort, it has a half dozen restaurants and it's own grocery store to support the thousands of guest, most of whom are German/Austrian. They have a free Kids Club during the day to drop the kids off to give the parents a rest... and Valalta has tons of kids this is a family resort with half the guest being going families.
All the food on site is good and the prices are very reasonable and the store more so, a bottle of good local Merlot for 5 euros, so a picnic on our patio was a very cheap option.
We had a mobile home lux, basically, a two bedroom cabin that was very comfortable with a nice patio that we lived on most of the time we were not at the beaches or water slide or pool bars...
Great location on the sea, with multiple swimming areas, a water slide, many swim platforms strung off shore so you can go from one to the other to the next...Weaknesses:
The only problem with Valalta is leaving!
2. Steve & Chris - 58 years old - couple - GB - July 2005 - 10 days - posted on 31.10.2005Rating out of ten:
overall 9, welcome 6, cleanliness 10, security 9, activities 10, services 8, accommodation 8, nature 10, nudity 10, respect 9.Strengths:
Lovely sea water pool. Nice walks from the camp and around. Campground is very packed though, apartments quite basic but clean. Total nudity on campsite. Quite a lot of smoothies on site. Nice FKK trips by boat really worth it.
Rovinji is close by, nice mini bus service to town.Weaknesses:
No atm. No visa card facility. Would be nice to have a Welcome night for nationalities to meet.