Camping in Dalmatia

31 in Croatia, Dalmatia

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Camp Krka
Croatia, Dalmatia, Lozovac

If you wish to experience genuine Croatian hospitality, you cannot afford to miss the opportunity to visit this small, rural site located just 2.5 km...

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2020, 2016, 2015, 2014

Zaton Holiday Resort
Croatia, Dalmatia, Zaton

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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2019, 2016, 2015, 2014

Camp Galeb
Croatia, Dalmatia, Omis

Galeb is an attractive, grassy, beachside site set beneath mature trees. The River Cetina is just to the north of the site and the pretty...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Kamp Dole
Croatia, Dalmatia, Zivogosce

Kamp Dole is a spacious site with a long beach frontage in southern Croatia, close to the beautiful island of Hvar. It has 500 pitches...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Camping Strasko
Croatia, Dalmatia, Novalja

Strasko is a very large and well managed site that can claim to be one of the best in Croatia. Positioned close to Novalja on...


Forming a large part of Croatia's coastline and incorporating hundreds of islands, Dalmatia extends from Zadar county in the north to the country's southernmost tip. Only 50km across at its widest point, it is best known as a haven for both water sports enthusiasts and those looking for Mediterranean sun with a central European vibe.   

The Dalmatian coastline is one of the most dramatic in Europe: hundreds of miles of steep limestone cliffs dropping into sapphire-blue waters, hidden coves, secluded beaches and sun-baked olive groves. Ports and marinas can be found at frequent intervals both along the mainland coast and on the islands, supporting the popular sailing and yachting scene, and the islands themselves each have their own charm, offering diverse landscapes, snady beaches and quaint harbour villages.

The walled city of Dubrovnik is a World Heritage Site and a masterpiece of medieval architecture that really comes to life in the spring and summer when the streets are lined with bustling café tables and the scent of jasmine wafts through the air. The best view of the city can be found by ascending nearby Mount Srd.