Camping Croatia

With enticing azure blues waters of the Adriatic, striking natural landscapes and enchanting towns painted in rich daubs of history, Croatia is a sun-drenched destination that has it all. This brilliant Balkan country welcomes you warmly and invites you to enjoy a truly memorable holiday.

Our fantastic selection of campsites are scattered up and down the stunning Adriatic coastline, and feature cool swimming pool complexes, exciting clubs for children, first rate dining options and lively entertainment programmes. With modern mobile homes and tents providing the accommodation, you can embrace the outdoors while camping in Croatia.

Camping Holidays In Croatia

The sun-soaked regions of Istria and Dalmatia are the setting for idyllic camping holidays in Croatia. You have the choice of several campsites for a stay by the beach, so get ready to immerse yourself in the balmy ambience of our resorts.

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Our Best Campsites In Croatia

No matter where you book a stay, you’ll be treated to sunshine, serene waters of the sea and lively, action-packed days. Here’s a few of our best campsites in Croatia to help you decide.

Perfect for families with young children, Zaton on the Dalmatian coastline boasts a wonderful pool complex and direct access to a picturesque sand and pebble beach.

A four-star resort on the Istrian coast, Vestar is perched on an idyllic sweeping bay and makes the perfect base for exploring the Rovinj archipelago.

For a relaxing stay under the welcome shade of pine trees, you should consider a stay at Lanterna. Located just outside the charming town of Porec, this four-star resort is a firm favourite with all types of traveller.

Another notable site in the vicinity of Rovinj, Val Saline has extensive amenities, family centric entertainment and direct access to a gorgeous beach with stunning azure blue waters.

Things to do when camping in Croatia

You can fill your days with so many things on a camping holiday in Croatia. Take to the seas and sail from Fazana to the Brijuni Islands, where the beaches of Veil Brijun are ideal for snorkelling.

The roman commune of Poreč effortlessly mixes Baroque, Gothic and Romanesque architecture to form a captivating town that begs to be explored and appreciated. The most notable attraction is the Euphrasian Basilica, a UNESCO heritage site that dates back to the 6th century.

You can while away the hours in the Istrian capital Pula, which is home to long strands of beautiful beach and quaint streets featuring lovely architecture. Be sure to visit the Roman Amphitheatre.

The spectacular waterfalls that flows through Krka National Park are a truly breath-taking sight. Amble through the walkways before reaching the lower lakes where you can bathe. Remember to bring your camera as the park is perfect for capturing great snaps.

Spend the day perusing the antiques at the vibrant flea market in Zagreb. The capital also features many captivating museums and offers to chance for some shopping. The coastal town of Dubrovnik needs little introduction. You should definitely visit this famous walled city if time allows.

Popular Regions For Camping Holidays In Croatia

If you book a stay in a campsite on the Dalmatian Coast, you will benefit from stunning vistas of the Adriatic coast and the mountains that loom tall behind you. Travellers can spend the day either hiking through picturesque national parks or island hopping. Fans of Game Of Thrones will revel in the chance to walk through the settings of many famous scenes filmed in Dubrovnik or Spilt.

To the north, the peninsula of Istria features a strong influence from its neighbour Italy, and can be seen and felt in the architecture, cuisine and relaxed way of life. The beaches and waters of the Adriatic are impressive, affording you the chance to engage in active outdoor pursuits or relax under the baking hot sun. The region boasts many fine dishes and many nice varieties of red wine.