Croatia is known for the idyllic old towns and authentic mountain villages. The country has a diverse landcape of mountains, nature reserves and beautiful coastlines. From these coastlines you have a view on the many little islands Croatia has. Don't forget to enjoy the cozy harbours while you are there.
The climate in Croatia is excellent for a camping holiday. It is wonderfully warm and there is plenty of sun. The Adriatic coast is one of the cleanest in the Mediterranean. It is ideal for enjoying a refreshing dive or snorkeling. The clear blue water invites you to explore the underwater world.
The perfect destination for lots of sun and sea is Istria. Istria is a province of Croatia situated entirely on the Adriatic coast. It is a very popular destination because of the beautiful beaches and idyllic towns such as Rovinj. In the interior of Istria there are vast forests and vineyards. A great environment for walking or cycling. From Istria you can visit many towns or have excursions on the water. The best known area in Istria is around Porec. Porec is a nice town with a cozy harbour. It is highly recommended to admire the old city center.
Croatia has many beautiful campsites. These are the ideal places to enjoy the wonderful climate and the sun. Because of its location on the coast, the country is a suitable base for a beach holiday. Camping Lanterna and camping Valkanela have their own landscaped sandy beaches, which is unique in Croatia. For the ultimate water joy, the campsites also have beautiful swimming pools. Are you looking for a swimming pool where there is something to discover? Then you should definitely see the pirate ship at camping Park Umag or Santa Marina. The children will go on an adventure while you enjoy the sunbathing areas.
Campsites in Croatia - Istria
Besides the beautiful nature, Istria also has a lot to offer for history lovers. In many towns, the Italian influence is still clearly visible. The city Pula is full of Roman buildings and in Rovinj, you can almost imagine yourself in Italy.
Dalmatia is a region that has a lot of diversity. It is rich of sights and historical treasures. In Zadar you will find century old monuments and historical buildings, but also cities such as Makarska and Dubrovnik are worth it to visit.
Pag is an island in the Adriatic Sea, belonging to Croatia. It is the third largest island in Kvarner Bay. When driving on the Paski bridge you will experience what it is like to reach the island in the 90s. This was the only connection with the mainland for many years.