Our Best Campsites In Dalmatia
If you are looking for an outdoor holiday where your days are long and sunny, then a camping holiday in Dalmatia should be near the top of your list. With the opportunity to spend days by the beach, exploring beautiful nature or discover cultural towns, this sun-soaked region of Croatia has it all.
Our best campsites in Dalmatia feature extensive facilities and amenities including cool aqua complexes, recreational grounds and equipment, fun clubs for kids and inviting entertainment for the whole family. Your stay in one of our modern accommodation options will be comfortable and welcoming, whether you choose a spacious mobile home or rustic tent.
Things to do when camping in Dalmatia
The striking azure blue waters that gently lap the gorgeous coastline of Dalmatia invite you to enjoy blissful days on a pebble beach or sweeping arc bay. Explore the marine life with a snorkelling or Scuba diving trip, or stay above the waters to enjoy some paddle boarding, jet skiing or sea kayaking.
Beautiful islands emerge gracefully from the Adriatic Sea, luring you out to explore their striking shores. The lovely islands of Brac and its gorgeous beach draw day-trippers looking for a perfect day on the sands. The island town of Trogir boasts UNESCO World Heritage Site status, along with stunning beaches and a quaint old town centre. The island of Hvar is green and mountainous, and offers a fascinating glimpse of rural island life.
Whilst the coastline and islands are absolutely stunning, special mention should go to the breathtaking beauty found inland at the region’s national parks. The waterfalls and lagoons of Krka are a splendid trip to enjoy with the family, who will love walking the scenic trails along the meandering river.
The historic town of Dubrovnik lies at the very southern tip of Dalmatia, and needs little introduction. The gorgeous medieval city walls are home to a stunning old city within, and many attractions including the Rector’s Palace, Stradun esplanade, Sponza Palace and Banje beach.
The city of Split lies in the middle of the Dalmatian coast, and blends old town ambiance with modern city vibes. Take a day trip here and explore Diocletian's Palace, Mestrovic Gallery, Bacvice Beach, Riva Boardwalk and Marjan Forest Park.
Featuring roman remnants, Zadar perches itself at the northern end of the Dalmatian coast. Notable attractions in this lively coastal town include the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, People's Square, the Roman Forum and the Sea Organ.