The jewel of tourism in Istria, Rovinj stands out as one of the best places to stay on the Croatian coast. The picturesque city resembling Venice and other beautifully preserved medieval coastal cities of neighboring Italy has much to offer, even during less crowded months. The experience of Rovinj starts by taking a stroll through its famed Carera street, leading to the old town and its cobble-stoned alleys packed with local restaurants and cocktail bars.
The surroundings of Rovinj are equally charming - the forest park Golden Cape or Punta Corrente is ideal for running, cycling or walking, or simply enjoying a beach day in the deep shades of hundreds of years old Cedars and Pine trees. Not far from Rovinj, you can visit and explore Lim bay, a beautiful example of karst nature in Istria, where you can taste top-notch sea delicacies at two local restaurants.
Val Saline Camping
There, you can stay at Camping Val Saline Rovinj, a beautiful and vast campsite with camping and accommodation spots overlooking the sea. Camping Val Saline Rovinj offers many ways to have an active holiday and enjoy watersport activities.
FKK Naturist Camping Valalta
Another option close by is FKK Valalta, a naturist campsite with a long natural beach ideal for enjoying careless sea days with your family. With many amenities and a few accommodation options, FKK Valalta is an ideal choice for lovers of naturist camping.
Cres and Mali Lošinj islands
Don't miss the island life on Kvarner gems of Cres and Lošinj. Both have among the best camping resorts in Croatia, and the nature is quite impressive. Staying on Cres island, you can explore its many hiking trails that will award you with the most amazing views of the Kvarner region. If you want a calmer experience, you can opt for wine and food tasting tours. Make sure to try authentic Cres lamb delicacies.
As a quiet island, Cres offers many camping options, one of them Camping Kovačine. This campsite close to the city of Cres is tucked away in a natural oasis with a beautiful long pebble beach. As a top-ranked best eco campsite in Croatia, Kovačine will provide the most memorable camping experience.
Camping Village Poljana
Going southern, you can stay at Lošinj island, known as the island of vitality. This natural oasis is famous for over 230 species of aromatic and healing herbs and clean, high-quality air. A retreat from the outside world, Lošinj island is ideal if you want a rejuvenating camping holiday. Where to stay? Camping Village Poljana lies in a natural bay surrounded by pine trees. With many activities for children and adults, this campsite is all you need to enjoy a holiday in pristine nature.
Where to go on a camping adventure in Croatia? This blog sorts it out: check out some of the best camping resorts in Croatia and have an unforgettable time! Keep reading and find out which destination is your perfect match.
Say Yes! to Zadar Region
This year, say yes to the Zadar region ! This lively city on the Dalmatian coast is one of the best places to stay on the Croatian coast. Why so? The number of natural attractions in the area and the vibrant city is the reason to keep coming back.
If you choose Zadar as your camping destination, you are in for a very active holiday. The surrounding nature is stunning. Explore the hiking and mountaineering trails starting at the nearby Paklenica National Park - it is worth the effort. If you want a sea adventure, visit the islands - Dugi Otok, known for the incredible Telašćica Nature Park and its salt lake. Another great idea is to set on a sailing trip to the Kornati National park, a spectacular group of 89 islands, reefs, and islets.
Zaton Holiday Resort
In search of a campsite on the outskirts of Zadar ideal for avoiding city crowds, pick one of the best camping resorts in Croatia: Zaton Holiday Resort.
This spectacular camping resort has a few accommodation options: camping pitches, glamping tents, mobile homes, and caravan pitches. Even if you decide not to explore the region, you can have endless fun with your family within the resort, as it offers many water activities, diving and windsurfing.
Falkensteiner Premium Camping Resort
For a vibrant city experience of Zadar, choose Falkensteiner Premium Camping Resort, which is also among the best camping resorts in Croatia. As the only camping resort in Zadar, it's a spectacular option for a city-strolling vacation. This modernly designed and furbished resort is only 3.5km from the city center, and its mobile homes are settled within a pine forest just a few steps from the pebble beach!
What to explore in Zadar? Take a walk through the historical part of the city and visit the St. Donat church, and make sure to stop by the Sun Salutation and Sea Organ monuments during sunset hours because that's when it's the most magical!
Less crowded than Korčula or Hvar island, Brač island is an ideal option for a more private camping holiday. It only takes a day or two to explore the island, but it's an exciting destination with many things to do. You can go on a hiking exploration to reach the summit of Vidova Gora, the highest island peak in Croatia, or choose one of the many other hiking trails on the island. For a local experience, visit charming coastal places: Bol, Pučišća, Sutivan, or Milna. Combine your visit with a wine or olive oil tasting tour - you won't regret it.
Waterman Beach Village
Where to stay on Brač? Waterman Beach Village is a four-star campsite in Supetar. Located a short stroll from a certified White Flag beach and close to the city center, it is a fantastic option for a family camping holiday in Croatia. Experience the island life at Brač!
Welcome to the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik! Located in the southernmost part of the country, Dubrovnik will amaze you as one of the best places to stay on the Croatian coast. Explore the amazing nearby National Park Mljet, or embark on an island exploration of Elaphiti islands or Korčula and Lastovo. The nearby Pelješac peninsula is ideal for wine lovers who will enjoy some of the best Croatian wines.
Čiovo island lures you with its charming beaches and many local taverns where you can taste authentic Dalmatian cuisine - we recommend trying sea delicacies.
Where to stay in the Dubrovnik area? At Camping Nevio, a Mediterranean oasis where you can enjoy a private holiday. All accommodation options at the campsite share one common feature: a beautiful sea view. Camping Nevio lies in an idyllic location on the Pelješac peninsula, which is ideal for visiting Korčula, Mljet, and Lastovo.
With this selected list, it's easier to pick the one destination that's just your fit. Still, if you need more information or options, check out many other Top Camping Croatia campsites, or reach out to us at email@example.com.