Hiske so urejene v okviru kampa in so brez elektrike. Skupne kopalnice se nahajajo 30 metrov stran. Gostje prejmejo ob prihodu lucke za razsvetljavo.
The interior of the small houses is decorated with authentic 19th Century/early 20th Century furniture. The interior in each of the houses also reveals the history of Slovenian Istria as well as the stories of the local Šavrinke women.
Šavrinke were our grandmothers who were selling and smuggling homemade products to the big market at Trieste.
It is a tribute to the female ancestors of this area that as proud Istrian women knew how to get past the trials and tribulations that came in their way.
Each house is an individual unit and can accommodate up to 3 persons.
Guests can choose from three houses, named after the local Šavrinke women:
EggLady (accommodates two persons),
BreadLady (accommodates two persons),
MilkLady (accommodates three persons)
The houses are set up on a camping ground, they do not have electricity or water, the appropriate facilities are set up separately 30 meters away.
The project Houses of Slovenian Istria received an award at the MOK Idea Development Competition 2011 and for the
best Innovative Project Idea Generator under the Slovenian Tourist Board called Snovalec.