Senj (Latin Senia or Segnia, German Zengg, Hungarian Zeng and Italian Segna) is a town in the Lika-Senj County of Croatia, population 8,132 (2001). It is located on the Adriatic coast below the Vratnik mountain pass which separates the Velebit mountain from the mountains of Gorski kotar. Due to its geographic position, the strong northeastern wind bura is a very common occurrence in Senj.
The 45th paralell North is hitting the Croatian mainland just in the North of Senj. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/45th_parallel_north
Camp Skver is located in the centre of the city of Senj, right next to the coast. Since its coastal location, only sunny places are available. It comprises a traditional tavern, decorated in the old style of the littoral region, offering national fish specialities. There is a little harbour for small boats and powerboats besides the camp. Price: 2 person + 1 tent + 1 car: appr. 120Kn
* Plitvice_National_Park is about 100 km away, that is about 2 hours of driving.