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Camping at campsites in Croatia

Campsites in Croatia

• Sailing off the coast of Croatia
• Dubrovnik
• Plitvice lakes
• Day trips to Zagreb from the campsites in Croatia

Imagine ... You are sung awake by the birds, you unzip the tent and the sun beams at you. The view is beautiful and it is not yet possible to take a dip in the clear blue seawater from the tent. That's camping on campsites in Croatia! A true paradise with an azure blue sea, rugged coasts and picturesque villages and towns. The diversity is great and almost everything exudes history.

Sun guarantee in Croatia

Sun Sea Beach! When on holiday, we like sun, it's that simple. Then you are in Croatia </ good. On the coast, the temperature rises nicely in the summer, but it doesn't get much warmer than thirty degrees: a gentle sea breeze provides welcome relief. No wonder the Croatian coast is well frequented by beach lovers. The northern peninsula of Istria is very popular, but there are also heavenly beaches further south. The sea is clear and bright blue, the many pebble beaches spacious and clean. The Croatian coastline of almost two thousand kilometers is rugged and rugged. The coastal road takes you past attractive harbor towns where you can enjoy fantastic food. From marinated anchovies to fresh crustaceans and shellfish, squid salads and a grilled sea bass.

History

History is in the street, in Croatia. Ancient cities and villages: you will find them on the coast and inland. Everywhere you see Italian influences, due to the centuries of domination by the Venetian empire. Even the street names are on the signs in Croatian and Italian. Beautiful old towns to stroll through are Rovinj, Porec, Split and Zadar. Also special is Dubrovnik, whose city center, which has been restored in detail, is on the Unesco list. In Pula you will find the amphitheater, where nowadays mainly concerts are given. Back in the day, under Emperor Augustus, just like that 23,000 people watched executions and gladiators fighting lions at the same time. Split is another gem along the Croatian coast. In any case, visit the palace of Diocletanius, the Roman emperor and be amazed at the details that have been preserved ....

Day trips to Zagreb from campsites in Croatia

The largest and also capital of Croatia is Zagreb. Take a day trip to Zagreb from the campsites in Croatia. Various festivals are organized during the camping season. Enjoy good food and drink during a culinary festival or take a journey through time in one of the festivals where the rich history is central.

Sailing off the coast of Croatia

The Croatian part of the Adriatic is ideally suited for enjoying a boat. Relax and float on the azure blue water and enjoy all the beauty that the area has to offer. Along the coast of Croatia and on the islands you can easily moor in large and smaller charming harbors. Here you will find numerous boulevards, restaurants and shops. Definitely recommended during your camping holiday at one of the Croatian campsites.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a port city in the region of Dalmatia and is surrounded by an almost two kilometer long city wall with bastions. The city has been placed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO. View the famous Regents Palace and the many well-known churches and monasteries. Stroll through the cozy Mediterranean streets and immerse yourself in the Croatian monument heritage. Camping near this impressive city? Which can! There are campsites just ten minutes by car from the city.

Plitvice lakes

A special natural phenomenon is the Plitvice lakes National Park. Over thousands of years, the flowing water of the Koran River has created travertine dams. Travertine is a type of limestone. These dams have formed a number of lakes, caves and waterfalls. In total there are 16 lakes with almost a hundred impressive waterfalls. Bears, wolves and many other rare plants and animals live in the forests around the park. The National Park has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. From the campsites in Croatia, visit the Plitvice lakes and be amazed.

Practical information

A valid passport or European identity card is required. Motor vehicle drivers must have a valid driver's license, vehicle registration certificate and green card. If you are driving a trailer or caravan, you must have the papers with you. Croatia has been a member of the EU since 2013, but is not participating in the Euro. You can pay with the Kuna in Croatia.

Campsites in Croatia by the sea

If you are looking for sun, sea and untouched nature, camping in Croatia is a perfect idea. Campingnavigator always selects the best campsites in Croatia by the sea in its range. The reason for this is that campsites by the sea offer the ideal combination between relaxation and activitiesto undertake. In this way, the offer on our website is interesting for every camper. Whether you go out with your children or alone with your partner. The Mediterranean climate also guarantees warm, radiant summers and a pleasant early and late season. It is therefore ideal for traveling with the family to campsites on the Croatian coast during the spring and autumn. Take a quick look and discover your perfect campsite in Croatia for yourself!

Pearl in the Adriatic - Relaxing on Rab

Enjoy the Mediterranean sun, hidden bays, fantastic gastronomy or simply stroll around the narrow streets of a two thousand year old town ... This is possible on the Croatian island of Rab, one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea. When you visit the island of Rab canoeing is an absolute must. Imagine calmly lowering your paddle into the crystal clear waters of the Adriatico. You canoe around the town of Rab, which is located on an elongated peninsula. The four medieval towers let you interact lazily. They are less than 360 meters apart, and give the town its very own look. The one of Saint Mary is the highest, at 26 meters. Then comes the oldest bell tower: Saint Andrew, from the eleventh century. The tower is part of the monastery of the same name in which six nuns are housed, two of them under the age of thirty. Their faith forbids them to go outside the monastery walls. The third bell tower is that of Saint Justina, with its uniquely shaped hood, and finally, the tower of Saint John, near the old city wall, from where you can perfectly photograph the four bell towers. The rocky bottom slides under your canoe, and in the sunlight you see small fish flash by in fright.

Lunar landscape on Rab

In the town you visit the pastry chef Vilma. She has 'Rabska Torta' as a specialty on the menu: pastries made of almonds, sugar, orange and lemon zest, marasquino (cherry) liqueur and some secret ingredients. An eight hundred year old recipe that is passed on from generation to generation. It results in a tasty, very sweet curl. It takes a while to get to the highest point of Rab: the Kamenjak, at 408 meters, the most beautiful viewpoint on the island. The north side is a kind of lunar landscape. Here the Bora has free rein: the relentless wind blows the mountain wall bare and nothing grows because of the salt whipped up from the sea. When you turn around, the green side of Rab unfolds. You have a view of the town, the bays around it and the Dolineiland that is only inhabited by sheep. And in the distance Kalifront, the dark wooded peninsula from which Rab owes its Roman name: Felix Arba, which means happy, dark and green ...

Endless beach

A completely different side of the island of Rab is the touristy town of Lopar, with its stretched sandy beach. Quite rare in Croatia, because most of the beaches are made of rocks and pebbles. Also special here are the bays, a little further away, which can be reached via unpaved hiking and cycling trails, such as the Sahara Bay. In the evening you eat absolutely delicious in the best restaurant in Rab: Labirint, run by young guests who - if you explain that you mainly want to photograph local specialties - put one delicacy after another on the table. Marinated anchovies, squid salad, shrimp risotto, squid ink 'blackened' risotto, scallops, grilled sea bass and of course Rabska Torta for dessert. Life is good, to Rab!

Campsites in Croatia

• Sailing off the coast of Croatia
• Dubrovnik
• Plitvice lakes
• Day trips to Zagreb from the campsites in Croatia

Imagine ... You are sung awake by the birds, you unzip the tent and the sun beams at you. The view is beautiful and it is not yet possible to take a dip in the clear blue seawater from the tent. That's camping on campsites in Croatia! A true paradise with an azure blue sea, rugged coasts and picturesque villages and towns. The diversity is great and almost everything exudes history.

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