Camping Croatia Holidays - Camp Sites
Practically all of Croatia’s campsites are located in the coastal resorts, with ninety percent of them situated along the Adriatic Coast.
There are currently over five hundred campsites located on the mainland and islands, over a third of which boast a capacity of over one thousand pitches. You will find that the majority of sites have been awarded a three or four-star rating from the Croatian tourist board, however those with better, and worse, facilities can be found.
There are a small number of campsites that operate throughout the year, but due to the weather and lower tourist numbers, most campsites close for autumn and winter. Generally, the season starts at Easter and finishes in mid to late October, but to avoid disappointment, it is well worth checking with each individual site before leaving home if your itinerary is close to the beginning or end of the season.
Below is a small selection of some of our favourite campsites. If, however, we have not covered an area that you are hoping to visit, it is well worth contacting Croatia’s Camping Union, KUH (Kamping Udruzenje Hrvatske). The address is: KUH, Pionirska 1, HR – 52440, Porea, Croatia.
Great for kids: Camping Veli Joze, HR-52475, Savudrija
Located on beach between a wooded area and a meadow yet, the campsite offers sports activities and a good entertainment programme for children.
On a budget: Camping Marina, HR-52220 Sv. Marina
The campsite is situated on a tiny peninsula south east of Labin and overlooks the sea. Facilities are basic, but include a shop, bar and restaurant.
A bit of luxury: Camping Valalta, HR-52210, Rovinj
The campsite is right next to sea, set amongst unspoilt countryside. There is an excellent international restaurant on the site, as well as a seawater swimming pool, a beer hall and a range of shops. Please note, the campsite is a naturist site.
Great for kids: Camping San Marino, HR-51281, Lopar
Situated by a good sandy beach and close to the nearby entertainment park, San Marino has an onsite restaurant, shop and sports centre, which organises an excellent children’s activity programme.
On a budget: Camping Kozica, HR-Kozika, Janranska
This one-star camp is situated just off the Adriatic highway. Facilities include a beach, a shop, a bar and a restaurant, plus a weekly barbeque event for campers.
A bit of luxury: Camping Poljana, HR-51550, Mali Losinj, Polijana
Located right on the beach and under pine trees, this camp offers sports activities and massage treatments.
Great for kids: Camping Galeb, HR-21310 Omis, Vukovarska
Situated on a part-pebble, part-sandy beach, Camping Galeb has a shop and a varied activities programme for children and adults. It is located in the Split region of Croatia.
On a budget: Camping Planik, HR-23248 Razanac, Rtina
This campsite is located in the village of Razanac, on the border between Dalmatia and Kvarner. It is set in a tranquil pine forest, just 200 metres from the beach, and is ideal for larger groups.
A bit of luxury: Camping Palme, HR-20267 Kuciste
Not far from Dubrovnik, the campsite is surrounded by luscious vegetation, and is just across the road from the beach. There is a restaurant and a shop on site, and campers can take part in a variety of activities including cycling diving and sailing.