Wild camp

Holly Source | Wild Camping



Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: 51.605413, 33.571026
Altitude: 201.0 masl
Place Website:


Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Very nice Place in the Wood. Drinkable water from a holy source. One can hear the main road, but not too loud.


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We drove a little deeper into the forest. Go right at the spring, in front of benches keep right and you will find an open spot on the forest. Very private spot, nobody around. Could hear the road a little, but did not disturb us. Great place!

Very nice place, quiet, some fireplaces around and tables and benches also pit toilet.
Iveco 90-16

What a nice place. We were immediately invited by a family to join their picknick. Great atmosphere.

a beautiful quiet night place. different campsites present. bins and clean drinking water from the Holy source. near the border Russia. 40 kilometers

A very nice and quit place and perfect for put the tent.
Nobody more just a pair of cars has arrived and visit de place and have gone.

There are lots of tracks off of the main one from the road. We followed one until we found a spot we liked. Loads of places to camp here. A bit of noise from the main road, other than that it was very quiet. Lots of mosquitoes.

Super petit emplacement
Les gens passent dans la journée pour prier et prendre de l'eau à la source
Nuit très calme

Very nice Place in the Wood. Drinkable water from a holy source. One can hear the main road, but not too loud.