KAMPORSKA DRAGA - ISLAND OF RAB
KAMPORSKA DRAGA (44° 47'N; 14° 42'E), cove E of Kalifront point on the NW coast of island of Rab.
Approach: Maman islet, which separates the cove from the neighbouring Supetarska draga, can be easily identified.
Mooring: Because of the shoals fringing the NE and SW coast of the cove and off the islet of Maman, Kamporska draga does not afford good anchorage. It is exposed to the north-westerlies which cause a considerable sea; the bora and the sirocco are strong but do not create a sea. Smaller vessels can anchor S of Kastelina point securing stern to the bollards on the coast.
Facilities: Supermarket in the W part of the village of Ruzici (pop. 1,102 in 1981).
Sights: Sv Eufemija church (1237) with the Franciscan monastery (1446, library, historical collection, collection of stone monuments) and Sv Bernardin church (1458, later reconstructed in the Baroque style). Nearby the ruins there is a Roman villa rustica. Memorial cemetery, built in 195055 on the site of a former Nazi concentration camp (1942-43).