An always eco, sometimes clothing optional, campsite located in acres of stunning natural beauty away from the crowds. Pre-erected, equipped tents can be hired on a B&B basis. Our facilities are high quality and SO green, the vibe relaxed & friendly
Our hideaway is unique. it's so peaceful & feels remote but we're still only 15 minutes drive from the nearest shops & beaches. Nature has provided a stunning backdrop of grassy terraces & oak trees, bordered by a stream. We have enhanced it with our living wall of flowers (made from recycled tyres) and our organic gardens, bearing yummy veg the season through. Be amazed by the colourful flora & fauna that we share our little piece of paradise with. Enjoy the view in comfort on our outdoor sofas or retreat to the shade & relax in a hammock. The accommodation is a comfy, cool space with everything you need for a good night's sleep.
From 16th June to 4th September, Camp Full Monte operates a clothing optional policy. Choose to be skyclad or opt for wearing clothes, it's entirely up to you - all we ask is that you don't make others around you feel uncomfortable if their choice is different to yours.
There's a purpose built communal building for your comfort & convenience. Here's where you'll find our spotlessly clean and impressive compost toilets, airflush urinals and sinks/ showers with solar-heated hot water. There's a 12v charging station for your mobile devices. The communal kitchen is well stocked with all the crockery, pots, pans, utensils & cutlery you might need. We have a range of spices, fresh herbs, oils & ingredients you can help yourself to as well as tea, coffee & juices and cold beer & wine. We operate an honesty system in the kitchen - use what you need and put some euros in our pot.
Underneath in the Cave, you'll find a well-stocked library, comfy chairs and plenty of games. Outside are sofas, hammocks, tables & chairs - all for guests. The only place that's out of bounds is the caravan where we (your hosts, Denise & Steve) live.
We are always available to share our local knowledge, answer your questions about our eco facilities and infrastructure and generally rave about life in Montenegro. We find guests really enjoy swapping travel plans with other guests too and the Camp Full Monte team often includes a volunteer or 2 (there's always an improvement project going on!) who'd be happy to answer your questions.
Camp Full Monte is off-grid. That means no connection to mains power, water or sewerage. We utilise solar PV to power LED lights in our communal building & the grounds are lit by solar fairy lights and spotlights. But please bring a torch! Unless the moon is full, it's best to have additional lights for finding your way around at night. Also, we can run a generator if necessary but we encourage you to leave hairdryers at home and other power-hungry devices at home.
There is wi-fi available, good enough for checking emails but not to upload big files or browse image-rich very easily.
During the height of summer, from mid June to end August, Camp Full Monte operates a clothing optional policy. Choose to be skyclad or opt for wearing clothes, it's entirely up to you - all we ask is that you don't make others around you feel uncomfortable if their choice is different to yours.
We have very few 'rules' at Camp Full Monte. Pets are allowed as is smoking - though only around the campsite and not in our tents, for obvious safety reasons. If pushed, we'd say the rules were to be respectful to the people and environment around you. So - cigarette butts in ashtrays, rubbish disposed of according to our system, clear up after yourself in the kitchen, minimise use of water at all times & be considerate of other campers at night (tents are not exactly soundproof!!).
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We are a relaxed couple from England who ditched our corporate high-stress lives in favour of spending more time together in the sun, living in the moment & keeping it real and green. We are passionate about DIY eco living and can't live without English tea & Marmite. Denise is crazy about books, Steve's motto in life is: How hard can it be? and Daisy the dog goes woof.