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Camping in Central Croatia

4 campsites in Croatia, Central

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2023, 2018

This is the perfect site for a visit to the Plitvice Lakes National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site of over 100 sq. km), just...

Plitvice Holiday Resort is on the Zagreb - Split road, 125 km. South of Zagreb. It is well situated for visiting the beautiful Plitvice National...

This is very much a transit site or possibly one for a brief visit to the Croatian capital. This used to be the only campsite...

Included in our guides:

2023, 2019

Lying west of the capital of Zagreb, one of Central Europe's oldest cities, this is a useful location for those who want a short stopover...


Lying between the Sava, Drava and Mura rivers, Central Croatia is a region of oak and beech forests, rolling hills and sloping vineyards. Its thermal springs have given rise to a number of resorts where the pursuit of peace and tranquility is paramount.

At the heart of the region lies Zagreb, the country's capital and a vibrant city of around a million people. It has a charming medieval old city, with architecture and cobbled streets reminiscent of better-known Central-European capitals, albeit mixed with a strong Italian influence. There is an enthusiasm for the arts - the city is host to frequent exhibitions, summer festivals and live music performances, and the Museum of Contemporary Arts is the largest in the country.

One of Central Croatia's biggest appeals is its contrasting landscape of farmland, wetland and hills. Southwest of Zagreb are the Plitvice Lakes, a beautiful series of 16 lakes that interconnect via rushing cataracts and waterfalls, enclosed by forested hills. The area is home to a multitude of wildlife from fish and herons to bears and deer.