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Top Croatian camping destinations

Often touted as being one of the best-kept secrets in Central Europe, Croatia offers travellers a truly unforgettable experience when visiting this unique land. Obviously, this is one of the primary reasons why so many holiday camping sites can be found here.

Top Croatian camping destinations
Often touted as being one of the best-kept secrets in Central Europe, Croatia offers travellers a truly unforgettable experience when visiting this unique land. Obviously, this is one of the primary reasons why so many holiday camping sites can be found here.
List of most popular destinations in Croatia (5)
Dalmatia
Dalmatia
The historic region of Dalmatia is found within Croatia and due to its many natural and man-made attractions, a number of quality luxury camping sites can be encountered. Dalmatia is actually quite varied in terms of geography. Beaches which embrace the Adriatic Sea are found near the shore (many holiday camping sites can be found here) while inland regions offer skiing and more mountainous terrain.
  • Visit Zadar and Spilt
  • Beautiful sandy beaches
  • Clear blue water
14 available campsites
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Istria
Istria
Istria is a large peninsula that is located upon the Adriatic Sea. Interestingly enough, this region is shared by the countries of Croatia, Italy and Slovenia. Not only does this provide an interesting multicultural aspect to the area, but its enviable environs have enabled countless luxury camping sites to flourish. For more information or to book a much-needed holiday, please contact Lux-Camp.
  • Istria exudes a true Italian taste
  • Beautiful historic towns
  • Beaches with clear blue water
23 available campsites
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Island PAG
Island PAG
Pag Island is a picturesque Croatian Island that can be found in the Adriatic Sea. People who book a mobile home at one of the leading LUX-camps on Pag Island are sure to find themselves perfectly situated to spend their days soaking up the sun on the beach, while these sites also offers guests an excellent range of onsite amenities to enjoy.
  • Surrounded by clear blue water
  • Excellent locally produced wine
  • Some of Croatia's best beaches
3 available campsites
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Island KRK
Island KRK
Krk Island, off the Croatian coast, has been a popular destination for tourism and camping holidays since after the Second World War. Find your luxury camping site with LUX-camp and discover the appeal for yourself.
  • Crystal clear sea
  • Mild Mediterranean climate
  • Beautiful and varied landscapes
2 available campsites
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Central Croatia
Central Croatia
With its wild natural beauty and rich culture, Central Croatia is just waiting to be discovered. While the capital city of Zagreb is the most popular attraction here, nature lovers will also be in their element. People who have a strong sense of adventure are sure to have a lot of fun staying in a luxury camping site when they book with LuxCamp.
  • Traditional towns and villages to explore
  • Easy access to Zagreb
  • Wild natural beauty
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Camping holiday & campsites Croatia

All about Croatia

From the azure blue waters of the Adriatic Sea to the countless historic cities located inland, millions of visitors flock to Croatia each and every year. To learn more about this exciting destination or to book an amazing luxury camping experience, please contact Lux Camp.

Why Should I Choose a Luxury Camping Site in Croatia?

  • Excellent water conditions across the coastline
  • A choice of high-class luxury camping sites
  • An extensive rail network which makes travelling easy
  • Cultural aspects unlike any other in Europe
  • Historic cities such as Zagreb, Split and Rijeka

A Camping Holiday in Croatia: Second-To-None Experiences

Boasting an area of over 56,000 square kilometres and a population of approximately 4,200,000 inhabitants, Croatia is as diverse as it is attractive for those who enjoy camping in luxury. Having been consistently inhabited since the prehistoric period, this region is now home to a handful of the most amazing (and lesser-known) attractions in the world.

Thankfully, the large number of holiday camping sites enables tourists to enjoy such features as luxury tents, mobile homes and classic bungalow tents. When we combine these amenities with some of the best beaches in Europe and a climate suited for a variety of tastes, it is easy to appreciate the allure of Croatia.

The Most Popular Regions in Croatia to Camp In

Istria

This large peninsula is located upon the tranquil waters of the Adriatic Sea and is home to some of the most well-known luxury camping sites. An amenable climate alongside such sites as the Lim Canal, the Praetorian Palace and the Port of Muggia have attracted people here for centuries.

Dalmatia

While this historic region is also found along the Adriatic Sea, much of its interior is covered by a mountain range known as the Dinaric Alps. Thus, those who enjoy a varied camping holiday can enjoy a great many activities. From skiing in the winter to bathing in the summer, Dalmatia is another popular destination.

Pag Island

Pag Island is quite well known for its clubs and nightlife. However, the interior is still very tranquil and reflects the agrarian roots of Croatia as a whole. Of particular note are the hectares of farmland which are punctuated by the bustling retail centres of nearby Zr?e beach.

Attractions in Croatia

While Pag Island is considered to be the centre of nightlife in southern Croatia, other spots are not to be missed. The seaport of Hjar and the peninsula of Brac are quite popular. Plitvice Natural Park displays stunning beauty while monuments such as the Diocletian Palace and the Cathedral of Saint Dominus (in Split) are also respected throughout the world.

Food, Drinks and Culture

The drinks here are very interesting; there is generally a mix between local wines and fiery spirits which should not be missed. Many who choose a luxury camping site will enjoy local cuisine such as pršut (cooked ham) and odrezak (fish fillets). These are only two examples of the numerous foods here. The culture is quite open and coastal regions are particularly keen on pleasing tourists.

Weather & History

Weather & Climate

The weather here is quite eclectic. The interior of Croatia displays a mainly continental climate (warm summers and cooler winters) while the Adriatic coasts offers conditions which are more moderate and reflect a Mediterranean allure; perfect for camping in luxury.

History

Croatia as it is known can be traced back to the 8th century. Since then, it has been under Roman, Hungarian and Italian rule. So, a multicultural experience is one of the defining features here. Many Roman ruins can be seen alongside examples of Gothic and Renaissance structures.

For more information, please feel free to speak with a representative at Lux-Camp.