This campsite, and resort, is an absolute gem. It's on the Opatija Riviera, which is on the other side of the Istrian peninsula from Pula, Rovinj and all the large, most popular Croatian sites. The scenery here is reminiscent of the Amalfi coast, or perhaps Lake Garda or Maggiore. Wooded hills plunge down into the sea and there is a spectacular corniche road linking a series of picturesque little resorts. Moscenicke Draga is the last and prettiest of these, with a white pebble beach and a huddle of Italianate houses above a little harbour. There is a seafront walk with plenty of restaurants, bars and ice cream parlours (70 kuna, or about 80p, for a one delicious scoop in a cone. )
The campsite is quite small, terraced and nicely landscaped with plenty of flowers, shrubs and trees for shade. There are a number of permanent pitches with the touring pitches dotted randomly about among them. The pitches are of various shapes and sizes but all are quite large with a gravelled area for the caravan/campervan, with ample grassed areas on either side for chairs, tables etc.
There are three sanitary blocks, a little dated but very clean and with ample hot water. Washing-up and laundry sinks are outdoors but covered, again with hot water. The reception staff are helpful and speak English. It's a 5-minute walk to a supermarket, a minute further to the seafront with bars, cafes etc. There's a post office and a couple of souvenir shops, and a bus service to other towns along the coast.
It's 17 euros with ACSI, and even in May most of the facilities were open, and the weather is lovely!