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31 campsites in Croatia, Dalmatia

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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...

This section of the Croatian coastline has been largely unaffected by tourism development and is widely considered to be amongst the most attractive. Little seaside...

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...

Camping Stobrec is ideally located for those visiting Croatia and travelling down the coastal road or visiting the old town of Split - a...

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...

Camping Vranjica Belvedere is 30 km. west of Split, on the beautiful Dalmatian coast. This large terraced site lies on a wooded hillside with magnificent...

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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2019

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

Camp Kozarica is situated directly by the sea. It has 442 well shaded touring pitches set on fairly level ground on the upper part of...

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2021

Camping Prapratno is beautifully located on a lagoon at the beginning of the Peljesac peninsula. It is surrounded on three sides by the Prapratno mountains...

Camping Rožac occupies a small, well-shaded peninsula on the island of Ciovo, which is connected to the 2,800-year-old town of Trogir by a bridge. There...

Solaris Camping is an extensive site situated on the coast some 90 km. South of Zadar and 6 km. from Sibenik. It forms part of...

This attractive, well designed, family run site fully optimises its quiet coastal location. Some of the 190 pitches are on the beach line, but most...

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2022

Camping Lupis can be found at the very tip of the unspoiled Peljesac peninsula, in the small fishing village of Lovište. This site has direct...

As we drove south down the Dalmatian coast road, we looked across a clear turquoise bay and saw a few tents, caravans and motorhomes camped...

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2019, 2018

Located at the foot of St. Elijah mountain Camping Lavanda opened in June 2017 after being lovingly created over a period of 5 years. Originally...

Camping Planik is situated close to the medieval town of Razanac, a small Dalmatian fishing village. The site is on a hill above the village...

Camping Biokovo is a new, small, family run site set peacefully away from the coast at the foot of the eponymous mountain and nature park...

Camping Simuni is landscaped on a gently sloping hillside with low rock walls alongside well maintained access roads. Many varieties of shrubs and flowers give...

Dalmatia

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.