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34 campsites in Croatia, Istria

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Situated on a small peninsula within sight of the Brijuni National Park (comprising 14 islands) and within easy reach of Pula, Brioni Sunny Camping is...

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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...

Zelena Laguna (green lagoon) is a well run and long established site with 540 touring pitches, all with 10A electricity, 42 being fully serviced. Access...

This is a well organised site and one of the largest in Croatia with high standards and an amazing selection of activities, and is part...

Camp Kazela is partly naturist and is situated close to Medulin, formerly a fishing port and now a busy tourist town. The site has around...

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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...

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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...

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...

Medulin has a fabulous setting near Pula on the tip of the Istrian peninsula, enjoying great views of the offshore island and the town’s twin...

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2020

The site slopes towards the seafront and has two areas for 280 touring units, one set on uneven gravel under pine tree shade, the other...

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

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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...

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2020

Camping Stoja in Pula is an attractive and well-maintained site on a small peninsula and, therefore, almost surrounded by the waters of the clear Adriatic...

This naturist site is well located, occupying a small peninsula of some 15 hectares. This means that there is only a short walk to the...

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2022

Situated 4 km. from the centre of the lovely old port town of Rovinj, this site has much to offer. The complex is part of...

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2018

Located near the pretty town of Vrsar and its charming marina, Porto Sole is a spacious and comfortable campsite with a long water frontage and...

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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...

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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...

This is a very attractive site with a 900 m. shoreline from which there are stunning views over the sea to the islands and very...

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2018

Camping Vestar is a quiet site just 5 km. from the historic harbour town of Rovinj and is one of the rare sites in Croatia...

Istria

A delightful peninsula bordered by Italy and Slovenia, Istria is the most popular destination for foreign visitors to Croatia. Umag and Porec continually top the annual poll of the country's best holiday resorts and some of the region’s finest campsites can be found all along this coast.

Scattered throughout Istria is an array of cultural and historic sites, from the Arena of Pula, a Roman amphitheatre turned concert venue, to the deserted medieval town of Dvigrad. The town of Rovinj with its cobbled streets and Venetian style houses captures the imagination, and an ascent of the clock tower rewards you with picturesque views. Inland Istria is dotted with hilltop villages that could be remnants from the past, the most famous of which is Motovun.

The peninsula's cuisine displays the numerous cultural influences that it has witnessed over its long history. Its main delicacy is the truffle, a tuber with an unappetising appearance that belies its exquisite taste. The local seafood is also worth trying, as is the olive oil which has been produced in the region since the Roman era.