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93 campsites in Croatia

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2018

This 60-hectare site has excellent facilities and includes an area of 12 hectares to the left of the main site designated for naturist campers. Most...

Jezevac Premium Camping Resort is an excellent and well maintained seaside site within walking distance of the pretty town of Krk. It is a large...

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2020

This extensive site is very well planned in that just 60% of the 127 hectares is used for the pitches, resulting in lots of open...

Marina Camping Resort by Valamar is a tranquil site with a somewhat steep approach. It is overlooked by high, tree-clad hills and is adjacent to...

This is an excellent, attractive and well maintained site in a secluded hillside setting with views over the sea and close to the centre of...

Solitudo is located on the north side of Dubrovnik. There are 21 mobile homes, 17 cabins and 300 pitches for touring units, all with 10-16A...

CampingIN Stella Maris Umag is an extremely large, sprawling site of 4.5 hectares is split by the Umag/Savudrija road. The camping site and reception are...

This quiet site, which offers superb views over the sea to the nearby islands, is situated in a delightful strip of coast on the Istrian...

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2019

Situated almost on the Slovenian border, this could be said to be the first and last campsite in Croatia. Part of the Istraturist group, the...

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2021

Camping Mon Perin is located midway between Pula and Rovinj and has direct access to the sea. There are over 700 pitches, many close to...

Zaton Holiday Resort is a modern family holiday park with a 1.5 kilometre private sandy beach. It is close to the historic town of Nin...

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2018

Camping Valkanela is located in a beautiful green bay, right on the Adriatic Sea, between the villages of Vrsar and Funtana. It offers 1,771 touring...

Camping Bi-Village is a large holiday village in an attractive location close to Pula's historic town and opposite the Brioni National Park islands. From the...

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2021

Finida is a small, fairly quiet and friendly site with good sanitary facilities and with easy access from the Umag-Novigrad road. The sea runs the...

Camping Indije is on the beautiful Adriatic coast in Banjole (Medulin), only a few kilometres from the historic centre of Pula. This is a very...

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2019

Previously known as Camping Mareda, Aminess Maravea is in a quiet coastal location 4 km. North of the small picturesque town of Novigrad. Backed by...

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2023, 2019

Camping Poljana lies on the narrow strip of land in the southern part of Losinj island, just north of the pleasant town of Mali Losinj...

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2023

Camp Arcadia is located close to a sandy beach and small marina on the outskirts of Privlaka, near the town of Zadar. The attractive promenade...

Campsite & Holiday Resort Medveja is located close to a long pebble beach on the Opatija Riviera. Surrounded by Mediterranean greenery at the foot of...

Croatia

Croatia has, in recent years, become one of the most fashionable places to visit in Europe yet it has managed to retain its identity as an unspoilt location free from the large-scale development and commercialisation other destinations have suffered. As such, camping in Croatia is a very attractive option, with much to offer couples and families alike.

With its plethora of islands, Croatia has plenty of tranquil spots even during high season. Get off the beaten track and discover small fishing villages and the rich vegetation that’s home to a variety of wildlife. Nature lovers will find camping in Croatia irresistible thanks to its many national parks, which offer diverse environments teeming with flora and fauna. One of the most celebrated is Plitvice, which is set in the karst area of central Croatia and features lakes arranged in cascades which change colour depending on the balance of minerals and organisms in the water.

Although Croatia’s main attraction for many is Dubrovnik, the city of Split is not to be missed. It features Emperor Diocletian’s palace, an impressive building constructed in the fourth century AD and greatly significant as the world’s most complete remains of a Roman palace. The city is also home to several museums and galleries, as well as being a centre for sport.