Camping in Croatia

In Croatia, you can find a campsite to suit everyone. From family campsites with a multitude of facilities, to small intimate campsites, ideal for couple stays. In the majority campsites in Istria, you will find fun at the swimming pools, sports centres and with animation teams. Modern and well equipped campsites in the Kvarner region offer wide range of accommodation, while campsites in Dalmatia are ideal for a long summer holiday.

Experience camping in the best campsites in Istria, situated in excellent locations in the vicinity of the sea. The campsites of Istria offer fully equipped pitches, modern mobile homes as well as glamping tents. Water parks with attractions, sport facilities, animation activities and finest gourmet treats are the main features of campsites in Istria. Apart from the coast, in the Kvarner region your will find campsites on the islands – Krk, Lošinj and Rab are favorite islands for camping holiday.

Untouched nature, forest greenery, a multitude of rivers, creeks and lakes are main features of continental Croatia, where every year you can find a new campsite. Enjoy sea activities on pebble and sandy beaches during long summer days in campsites in Dalmatia. When staying in Croatia, don’t forget to visit some famous attractions – Roman amphitheater in Pula, Plitvice National Park in Lika, Diocletian's Palace in Split and Dubrovnik walls are only small part of Croatian tourist offer.

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    Camping Polari

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    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Rovinj

    Season: -

    Discounts:

    • Discount Avtokampi.si Camping Card
    • For family
    • Dogs welcome
    • By the sea
    • By the city

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - above 50 €

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    Camping Tunarica

    Location:

    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Labin

    Season: -

    Discounts:

    • Discount Avtokampi.si Camping Card
    • By the sea
    • Well shaded
    • For boat owners
    • Free wifi

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - between 30 - 40 €

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    Camping Solaris

    Location:

    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Poreč

    Season: -

    Discounts:

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    • FKK campsite
    • Dogs welcome
    • By the sea
    • Well shaded

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - between 40 - 50 €

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    Camping Veli Joze

    Location:

    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Savudrija

    Season: -

    Discounts:

    • Discount Avtokampi.si Camping Card
    • Dogs welcome
    • By the sea
    • For boat owners
    • For cyclists

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - between 40 - 50 €

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    Camping Arena Stupice

    Location:

    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Premantura

    Season: -

    Discounts:

    • Discount Avtokampi.si Camping Card
    • Dogs welcome
    • By the sea
    • Well shaded
    • For boat owners

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - between 40 - 50 €

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    Best camp Adria 2020
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    Camping Ulika

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    • Country: HR
    • Region: Istria
    • Town: Poreč

    Season: -

    Discounts:

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    • FKK campsite
    • Dogs welcome
    • By the sea
    • Well shaded

    Compared price: 2 people + pitch with electricity - between 40 - 50 €

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about camping in Croatia

  • Who are the main tourists in Croatian campsites?

    The Croatian campsites are most visited by the guests from Germany, followed than by guests from Slovenia, Austria and the Netherlands. Guests from Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary have made significant growth in the number of arrivals and overnight stays in the Croatian campsites in the last few years. Campers most often visit Croatia in the summer period, mostly in July and August. However, more and more campers visits Croatia in the pre- and post-season because of the smaller number of guests, but more precisely because of a more carefree and peaceful holiday.

  • Am I allowed to sleep in a campervan on the parking lot in Croatia?

    In Croatia, it is forbidden to sleep in a camper on a parking lot. Anticipated fines for illegal camping in Croatia range from €200 to €1,300. Camping is allowed only in registered campsites or camping rest.

  • How long can I camp in Croatia?

    European citizens who enter Croatia as tourists can stay in Croatia for a maximum of 90 days (up to three months). The stay is possible in any period of 180 days, with the fact that 90 days of stay can be used once or multiple times.

  • How safe is Croatia for camping?

    Vacationing in a camper in Croatia is no more dangerous than in other camping destinations in Europe. Like any other country, pitches are usually safer than a parking spot in a public parking lot. At the same time, it should be emphasized that it is not allowed to sleep in camper on a parking lot in Croatia.

  • What documents do I need to have to enter Croatia?

    It is important to note that from January 1, 2023. there are no border controls with Slovenia and Hungary - the Republic of Croatia has become part of Schengen. If you are entering Croatia from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, you still need to go through border control. To enter Croatia, you need an identity card or passport, a driver's license, a transport document and a valid vehicle insurance certificate. Although you do not need an identity card or passport to cross the border, you do need them to register at the campsite.

  • I am traveling with a camper/car to Croatia, what is the best way to get there?

    Guests from Western Europe mostly travel via Slovenia, however, due to the frequent traffic jams at the Karavanke tunnel, they often use a detour via Italy (Villach-Udine-Trieste-Koper). In the case of arrival via Italy, we have a detour described on our website, how to avoid paying the vignette in Slovenia. If you are traveling to the Croatian islands - you can check the timetable and the price of the ferries on the official websites of Rapska plovidba - http://www.rapska-plovidba.hr/plovni_en.html (if you are traveling to Rab) and Jadrolinija - https://www.jadrolinija.hr/en/sailing-schedule/local-lines-2023 (if you are traveling to other islands). Some ferries cannot be booked in advance, so it is necessary to arrive at the ferry terminal in time to ensure a place at the desired travel time.

  • What is the quality of Croatian highways?

    Highways in Croatia are always marked with the capital letter A. The road network in Croatia is generally of good quality, the highways themselves are modern and well maintained, and the routes are well marked. Unpaved roads exist only in the most remote areas and on the smallest islands. In Croatia, the speed limit is 50 km/h in within built-up areas, 90 km/h in outside built-up areas, 110 km/h on fast roads and 130 km/h on highways.

  • Do I have to buy a vignette for the highways in Croatia?

    Unlike Slovenia and Austria, which require the purchase of a vignette, in Croatia you pay the highways at the exit at the toll booths. Payment is possible in cash (€) or by card, as in Italy. Highway costs depend on the season, vehicle class and length of the section of highway.

  • Where in Croatia is less crowded?

    In the summer months, there is increased traffic on Croatian roads. Traffic congestion is greatest in July and August, and on weekends, due to increased arrivals/departures of tourists. For these reasons is recommended to camp in Croatia in pre- and post-season, and arrival and departure should be during the week, not over the weekend. To avoid prolonging the journey and waiting in queues, we advise you to inquire about the state of road and ferry traffic at the Croatian Auto Club (HAK) before your trip. - https://www.hak.hr/info/stanje-na-cestama/?lang=en#traffic-flow-and-road-conditions

  • What are the rules of behavior for pets in Croatian campsites?

    Pet owners are obliged to register their pets at the reception with the necessary veterinary documentation. They are also required to lead dogs on a leash and keep them tied up on their premises. The owners are also obliged to clean up the defecation made by their pets. Pets are not allowed in the restaurant, shop, reception, pool area and part of the beach. Pets can stay and swim only on the beach intended for them, and staying and swimming on other parts of the beach among other bathers is strictly prohibited.

  • Is it necessary to reserve accommodation in Croatian campsites in advance?

    Campers love to visit Croatia and often choose it as a destination for their next vacation. Precisely because of its popularity among camping guests, it is recommended to book accommodation on time. It should be noted that the better categories of pitches in family campsites during the high season (July and August) are already sold out at the end of March. The above also applies to mobile homes and glamping tents in campsites. It is recommended to book accommodation during Early Booking (November-February), in order to get a discount on early bookings and book your accommodation at the best price.

  • What are the reservation and cancellation conditions?

    From January 2023, the official currency in Croatia is the euro (€). At some campsites, an advance payment or the total amount is required when booking. The amount paid in advance or the total amount is deducted from the bill for the stay in the campsite. At certain campsites, you only need to fill in your credit card information. The credit card is valid as a guarantee for the trip and confirmation of the reservation. Most campsites allow free cancellation of reservations up to a few days before the trip. Certain campsites do not allow free cancellation and keep the advance payment or charge the credit card for a certain amount. You can find the exact reservation and cancellation conditions for the desired campsite in the first step of the booking process.

  • What facilities and activities are available to me in campsites in Croatia?

    All campsites in Croatia have equipped sanitary facilities, then restaurants, and most of them also have bars, small shops and bakeries. In addition to the listed facilities, the campsites by the sea have well-equipped beaches. Certain parts of the beaches are arranged for pets in the camps, or for the naturists. Most campsites in Croatia have an animation program for children and adults. The animation program itself is in a reduced form in the pre- and post-season. The complete animation program lasts from mid-June to mid-September, and it is usually free of charge. In addition to animation, the campsites offer a variety of sports. Most campsites have a large selection of sports fields (volleyball, football, tennis, basketball, etc.), outdoor gyms, mini golf, etc. If you want to try other attractive activities, we recommend a handful of water sports, such as kayaking, surfing, diving, sailing and etc.

  • I want to fish during my stay at the campsite, is that allowed?

    Fishing is prohibited in most campsites in Croatia, especially in swimming areas. Fishing is allowed in designated places. You can submit a request for a recreational fishing license via the following link https://ribarstvo.mps.hr/default.aspx?id=5010

  • What is the strength of electricity on pitches in Croatia?

    In the majority campsites in Croatia, the power sockets have a power of 10 A. It is very rare that in Croatian campsites the power is below 10 A. In a few camps, the power sockets are even up to 16 A. It is important to note that for the power connection is required a CEE adapter. In addition to electrical connections, pitches in Croatian campsites can also be equipped with water and drainage connections. This is included in the price of the pitch and is not charged additionally.

  • Croatian tap water: is it safe to drink?

    Croatia can boast of excellent quality of natural water. The water from the water mains supply is safe to drink throughout Croatia, so there’s no need to buy bottled water.

  • What are the most important Croatian telephone numbers?

    Just like in other countries of the world, in Croatia, too, there are telephone numbers which are useful to know during your stay there: • 112 (+385 112) is a unique number for emergency services which are used in Croatia. It is available free of charge from all public telephone networks, any time of day and night. This is the number which encompasses the services of urgent medical assistance, fire, police, mountain rescue services, urgent veterinary assistance and other services and operational forces of protection and rescue. • 192 (+385 192) Police • 193 (+385 193) Fire • 194 (+385 194) Ambulance services/urgent medical assistance • 1987 (+385 1 1987) Emergency road assistance • 195 (+385 1 195) National centre for sea search and rescue • 11888 (+385 1 11888) Information on local and inter-city telephone numbers • 11802 (+385 1 11802) Information on international telephone numbers • 060 520 520 (+385 60 520 520) Weather forecast and road conditions

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