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Experience History and Culture in 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.

Experience History and Culture in 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.

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Although Zagreb is away from the beaches, its close proximity to scenic beauty and impressive castles make it a good base from which to explore the area. In the nearby Velebit Mountains is the Kuterevo Brown Bear Orphanage. This sanctuary, which rests amid spectacular and remote scenic beauty, is a haven for orphaned bear cubs.

Why Choose a Camping Holiday in Central Croatia

Staying in a spacious mobile home is a great way to get a feel for Central Croatia. Impressive highlights here include:
  • Easy access to Zagreb
  • Wild natural beauty
  • Traditional towns and villages to explore

Sampling Central Croatian Cuisine

Central Croatian dishes are centred on the use of fresh seafood, and many of the country’s dishes have been influenced by its neighbours. There are plenty of pasta dishes as well as pastries and cheese-based meals. Mlinci is a particular Zagreb favourite and features a kind of pasta served with duck and turkey. 

Exploring Central Croatia

Luxury camping enthusiasts will want to allow plenty of time to explore the area around Zagreb. The picturesque rolling countryside to the north of the capital is known as the Hrvatsko Zagorje, and is home to castles, spas, farms, small villages and vineyards. Visit Kumrovec, the carefully restored village where former Yugoslavian Prime Minister Joseph Broz Tito was born, to get a glimpse of early peasant life in Croatia.