Camping holidays in Croatia
Spend an unforgettable camping holiday in Croatia, on one of our enchanting campsites in the middle of an beautiful island world with its picturesque bays and the many natural paradises such as the Plitvice Lakes, the Kornati or the Krka Waterfalls. Camping in Croatia is a true experience of beauty, hospitality and naturalness.
Camping in Croatia
Camping Park Umag
Family camping in Istria. The four star campsite has a lot to offer for young and old: Pirate ship in the pool, tennis courts, concrete and stone beach and pool facility. For four-legged friends there are separate zones and a separate beach section so that they can cool off and enjoy the sea.
Lanterna Premium Camping Resort
80 hectares of typical Mediterranean landscape. A large site, partly flat and partly hilly with tall pine trees and oak trees. Very family-friendly.
FKK Camping Solaris
A 49 hectare site solely reserved for nudists. Extensive grounds with many trees and bushes.
Istra Premium Camping Resort
The Istra Premium Camping Resort is a campsite of the extra class. Our great caravans are beautifully situated in the countryside and invite you to spend your holidays. On your doorstep - the breathtaking coastal ambience with views of the surrounding beautiful islands.
The Autocamp Valkanela is situated on 55 hectares of rolling hills and woodland. The narrow peninsula makes it an interesting site.
The former Turist Camping facility in Vrsar is characterised by 9 ha of extremely steep, yet unspoilt natural, partially terraced landscape with trees.
FKK Camping Naturist Park Koversada
85 hectares of extensive, grassy, hilly grounds for nudist campers. It has small trees and has direct access to the sea.
FKK & Textil Camping Polari
60 hectares of fairly steep, rolling grounds surrounded by pine trees. The nudist area is situated in idyllic, secluded surroundings.
Marina Camping Resort Labin
The pebble beach and the gentle access to the sea are not only suitable for children, but also for divers. They will find facilities specially adapted to their needs at the resort. For example, the infinity pool invites you to try out diving and the sanitary facilities are specially adapted to them.
FKK Camping Konobe
15 hectares of remote coastline and crystal- clear seawater are some of the main features of Nudist Camp Konobe. The outstretched, terraced grounds are situated on a slope in a shady wood.
The 9 hectare Baška Beach Camping Resort offers a flat grassy ground with scattered trees. Situated just outside Baška, this campsite snuggles into the wide curve of a bay.
FKK Autocamp Bunculuka
The campsite stretches across an area of 4,7 hectares and is surrounded by rugged mountains. This tranquil, secluded campsite is divided up by stone walls and has a variety of trees and shrubs.
Autocamp San Marino
The Autocamp San Marino is set in a fl at and sandy 12 hectare estate with poplars and pines going down towards the sea and culminating in a fantastic sandy beach and out-of-this-world panoramic views.
The site is located on the west coast of the island of Cres and, thanks to the terraced terrain, offers sea views from any site. Dogs are very welcome here and can be taken to the beach in designated areas. In order not to get bored with your holiday, there is the possibility to learn to dive, to go on a bicycle tour or to go for a nice walk.
Set in the natural unspoilt beauty of a dense, tall pine forest on Bijar bay, the 3,5 hectare campsite, which is partially located on terraced landscape, has a familiar atmosphere.
FKK & Textil Camping Baldarin
Situated in a pine forest on Cres island this campsite is directly next to the sparkling, clear water of the sea. Relax in the secluded 20 hectares of this large campsite.
A wide range of sports and entertainment for all generations is available at the campsite and in the immediate vicinity: Football, mini golf, a surfing and diving school. The rocky beach extends over the entire length of the complex with three pebble beaches. The campsite has its own aquapark with slides and pools filled with sea water, so that the kids get their money's worth.
The Straško campsite is located on the beautiful island of Pag and covers some 57 ha of land over an elongated and gently inclined landscape. Dalmatian oaks, pines and olive trees offer plenty of shade.
The Zaton Holiday Resort is located 15 kilometres north of the historical town of Zadar on a peninsula. The extensive grounds are landscaped with greenery and shady trees. From the very well-kept, long sandy beach it goes flat into the turquoise sea - ideal also for small children. The huge pool landscape is divided into several areas, so that swimmers, paddlers and sun worshippers get their money's worth.
Camping Park Soline
The site lies directly on the sandy and pebble beach and offers attractive plots for campers and caravans. Beach volleyball courts and table tennis tables are available right on the pitch - if this is not enough, there is a tennis centre, football fields and bicycle rental nearby.
The Adriatiq Auto Kamp is situated only 2.5 km from the charming town of Primosten, directly on the sea. The 1 km long beach offers variety between gravel and rocks, framed by crystal clear water. The Gebetsroither caravans stand in the first row, directly at the sea. The Gebetsroither mobile homes high on the cliff offer breathtaking views and dreamlike sunsets.
The campsite is located about 5 km from the town of Trogir and offers a pebble beach about 500 metres long. The newly built swimming pool is a real oasis and invites you to enjoy yourself. The animation programme provides variety for both children and adults.
The 5 ha campsite is located on the magnifi cent Central Dalmatian coast in Split. It is based in a predominantly fl at and natural area of woodland and surrounded by the sea on 2 sides.
For a relaxing and quiet holiday by the sea, you don't have to leave the campsite at all. The pebble beach invites you to linger and try out new water sports. If you prefer to chill at the pool, you can do the same. The mixture of camping and mobile homes results in a relaxed flair.
Camping Jezera Village
The campsite (15 ha) is situated up to a marvelleous bay, has a variety of trees and walled steps.
Camping Kazela Medulin
The partly forested campsite Kažela is situated 2 km. from the centre Medulin. The campsite stretches on an area of 110 hectare and it also has a 2 km. long pebble and rocky beach, from where you can enjoy an unbelievably beautiful view of the Medulin-Bay, the islands and the Kap Kamenjak.
Krk Premium Camping Resort
The spacious pitches directly by the sea offer relaxation for young and old. For the whole family there is a daily animation and sport offer, so that the vacation does not become boring. To the pebble beach and direct access to the sea, there are pools, an own children's pool and a water park.
The large 10 ha Dole campsite is located on the southern part of the Makarska Riviera, 25 km from Makarska (in the direction of Dubrovnik). With its natural shade, shingle beach and crystal-clear sea, this is the ideal campsite for some pleasant relaxation.
Camping Mon Perin
Like an insider tip, hidden amidst Istria’s beautiful nature and located alongside a 5km-long gravel beach, this campsite covers an area of around 6 hectares. It is the perfect destination for those who seek to spend time away from the main tourist hustle.
Camping Bijela Uvala
Far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the campsite Bijela Uvala near Poreč is perfect for those, seeking a camping destination close to nature where you can relax in complete freedom at the crystal clear sea.
FKK Camping Ulika
You will find the tranquility required for a relaxing holiday on an extensive space covering 26 hectares planted with trees and shrubs and exclusively reserved for naturists.
The Croatian national territory covers an area of 87,609 km2, more then a third belongs to the sea territory. Offshore, Croatia has 1,185 islands along its coastline. Krk, Cres - Losinj, Rab, Pag, Brac, Hvar and Korcula are the largest and most well-known of them. The Adriatic coast can be divided into following regions from the north to the south: Istria – the peninsula in the north-west of the Croatian coast, the Croatian coastal region with the islands of the Kvarner- Bay and Dalmatia – the rocky coastline of the Adriatic Sea including the off-shore islands with beautiful and historically signifi - cant cities such as Dubrovnik and Split. Croatia doesn’t only offer ist visitors clean, turquoise-blue sea water, but also the emerald green water of fresh-water lakes. The most well-known lakes are the Plitvitzer lakes, which have been declared as national parks. Although Croatia is a relatively small country in regards to the area of land it covers compared to other European countries, it has eight national parks and ten protected natural parks. The Croatian Adria- tic coast is, according to a survey done by ADAC (German Automobile Association), the cleanest part of the Mediterranean Sea. Every year many Croatian beaches receive the blue fl ag, which is awarded world-wide for clean water.
Croatia is one of the countries that features an especially highly developed biological diversity. 36.83 % of Croatia is covered in woods and forests. The land along the Croatiancoastline is forested or covered in the Macchia or Maquis shrub, the Mediterranean stone pine and pinewood. The Brown Bear, wolves, the lynx, eagles and other protected animal species still live in the wild of Croatia. Marine fauna and fl ora are characterised by a diversity of species. Croatia can also offer an enchanting underwater world.
Architecturally and culturally, the north and the north-east of Croatia were embossed with the style of the Baroque era due to its long and common history with Austria. On the other hand, in the south of the country, the coastal region of Istria, the Kvarner-Bay and Dalmatia were predominantly architecturally infl uenced by the style of the Renaissance due to the earlier naval power of Venice. That is why many sea-ports still have a pronounced Venetian fl air. The diversity of the countryside, the society and the culture are all refl ected in the national costumes of Croatia. The characteristic Tamburitza- Ensembles contribute to the Croatian music scene with their typical Croatian musical instruments.
The Croatian cuisine is distinctive due to its varied historical and geographical background. Meat dishes, fish specialities, hearty soups, smoked bacon, cheese, ham as well as wine or herb schnaps (travarica) make a part of it. Pakisir comes from the island of Pag. The Karst-regions bring forth the Dalmatian ham. In the region of Zagora (Hinterland of Dalmatia) simple meals like hotpots and stews dominate the cuisine. Croatia is the ideal holiday destination for someone who enjoys his food.