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  • Camping Soline
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Biograd na Moru

    This section of the Croatian coastline has been largely unaffected by tourism...

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  • Solitudo Sunny Camping
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Dubrovnik

    Solitudo is located on the north side of Dubrovnik. There are 21 mobile homes and...

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    2018, 2016, 2015
  • Waterman Beach Village
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Supetar

  • Camp Adriatic
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Primosten

    As we drove south down the Dalmatian coast road, we looked across a clear turquoise...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Zaton Holiday Resort
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Zaton

    Zaton Holiday Resort is a modern family holiday park with a 1.5 kilometre private...

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    2020, 2016, 2015
  • Camping Vranjica Belvedere
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Seget Vranjica

    Camping Vranjica Belvedere is 30 km. west of Split, on the beautiful Dalmatian coast....

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    2019, 2016
  • Jezera Village
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Jezera Lovisca

    Jezera Lovisca is a family site of 75 acres with 400 informal pitches and would be a...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camp Krka
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Lozovac

    If you wish to experience genuine Croatian hospitality, you cannot afford to miss the...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camping Lupis
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Loviste

    Camping Lupis can be found at the very tip of the unspoiled Peljesac peninsula, in the...

  • Autocamp Kalac
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Korcula

    Close to the historical town of Korcula, Autocamp Kalac is a good choice for a...

  • Camping Simuni
    Croatia, Kvarner, Simuni

    Camping Simuni is landscaped on a gently sloping hillside with low rock walls...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camp Vira
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Hvar

    Situated at the western end of Hvar, Croatia’s longest and reputedly sunniest island,...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camping Miran
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Pirovac

    This rather basic campsite adjoins and is part of the Hotel Miran. One hundred of the...

  • Kamp Paklenica
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Paklenica

    This is a relatively small site and is part of the adjacent three star Alan Hotel in...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camping Strasko
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Novalja

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

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Autocamp Rio
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Sv. Filip i Jakov

    Autocamp Rio is a small, friendly, family run site easily accessed from coastal road 8...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camping Kozarica
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Pakostane

    Camp Kozarica is situated directly by the sea. It has 325 well shaded touring pitches...

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    2016, 2015
  • Camp Seget
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Trogir

    Camp Seget is a pleasant site from where there are superb views over the water to the...

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    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camping Rožac
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Trogir, Okrug Gornji

    Camping Rožac occupies a small, well-shaded peninsula on the island of Ciovo, which is...

  • Camping Stobrec Split
    Croatia, Dalmatia, Split, Stobrec

    Camping Stobrec is ideally located for those visiting Croatia and travelling down the...

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    2018, 2016, 2015
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Camping in Dalmatia

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.