Camping in Kvarner

21 in Croatia, Kvarner

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2019, 2016, 2015, 2014

Camping Poljana
Croatia, Kvarner, Mali Losinj

Autocamp Poljana lies on the narrow strip of land in the southern part of Losinj island, just north of the pleasant town of Mali Losinj...

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2018, 2016, 2015, 2014

Krk Premium Camping Resort
Croatia, Kvarner, Krk

This is an excellent, attractive and well maintained site in a secluded hillside setting with views over the sea and close to the centre of...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Naturist Camping Konobe
Croatia, Kvarner, Punat

Naturist Camping Konobe is situated south of the historic fishing port of Punat on the island of Krk in a remote and quiet location. Access...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Camping Slatina
Croatia, Kvarner, Cres

Camping Slatina is a well shaded terraced site, beside the fishing port of Martinscica, on a bay of the Adriatic Sea. It has 1600 pitches...

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2020, 2018, 2016, 2015

Camping Kovacine
Croatia, Kvarner, Cres

Camping Kovacine is located on a peninsula on the beautiful Kvarner island of Cres, just 2 km. from the town of the same name. The...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Autocamp Selce
Croatia, Kvarner, Selce

With easy access from the E65/8 road, this terraced site, which leads down to an attractive small harbour, is ideally situated not only as a...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Camping Pila
Croatia, Kvarner, Punat

Autocamping Pila is right beside the bustling seaside resort of Punat on the biggest Croatian island of Krk, which is connected to the mainland by...

Kvarner

Located between Istria and Dalmatia, Kvarner incorporates some of the Croatian coast's best features, from ragged coastal hills to bustling ports sheltering painted fishing boats. The port of Rijeka is the busiest on the Adriatic and was the centre of many power struggles between Italy, Hungary and Croatia throughout its history. 

Just along the coast from Rijeka is Opatija, the grand dame of Croatian tourism. It was the most fashionable seaside resort during the Austro-Hungarian Empire and many fine hotels, residences and houses were built there during that period. More recently it has taken off as a destination for top quality seafood, attracting foodies from far and wide. Across the water and accessible by an impressive bridge is the island of Krk, which offers a mix of popular historic towns, sandy beaches and quieter places such as the winery at Vrbnik.

More rural are the islands of Rab, Cres and Lošinj. The former is the smallest, a sharp contrast of barren, rocky ground and lush green country with pretty coves along the western coast. The latter two are said to be where Jason fled with the Golden Fleece and it's easy to imagine him hiding out in the deciduous forests of northern Cres.