Campsite Vranjica Belvedere
Relaxing campsite ideal for soaking up the Croatian sun and exploring the Dalmatian coast.
Situated in the quiet village of Seget Vranjica, this campsite is the perfect campsite to get away from it all and relax. Despite being a smaller campsite, there’s plenty to do including multiple tennis courts and a site-run children’s club. There is a fantastic variety of food and drink options on site, including a restaurant serving up authentic Dalmatian specialties, an Italian restaurant, a patisserie and a healthy juice bar.
The campsite features direct access to a beautiful pebbled beach, offering plenty of water sports including jet-skiing and a diving centre. If relaxing poolside is more your style, Vranjica Belvedere’s pool is great for cooling off after a day of exploring. Overlooking the beach it offers stunning views of the sparkling waters of the Adriatic Sea. It is especially spectacular at night when the pool lights up in a variety of changing colours.
There is no Canvas Holidays courier on site.
Please note that regulations require every departing tourist to pay a tourist tax on the day of departure. This is charged at €1 per day for adults and €0.50 per day for 12-18 year olds from June-October (€0.80 per day for adults and €0.40 per day for 12-18 year olds outside this period). Under 12s are free.
Set within medieval walls and linked by bridges to the mainland of Croatia and Čiovo Island, Trogir is a must visit. This beautiful old town, just over 3 miles away from Camping Vranjica Belvedere, has earned World Heritage status for its intact Venetian architecture. From here you can embark on a hike along the Path of Health, which heads along ‘Napoleon’s Path’, built during Napoleon’s brief rule of Dalmatia. The 3-hour walking tour starts and finishes at the Trogir wooden bridge and is the best way to take in the beautiful scenery of the Seget Riviera, including panoramic views over the surrounding islands.
Trogir has great ferry and bus links to Split (19 miles) for day trips. Split is Croatia’s second largest city and definitely one of its most lively. The Diocletian’s Palace is the heart of the city, step through stunning Roman ruins to find streets packed full of bars, shops and restaurants. If you’re looking for something a little quieter, there are several islands in the area ideal for excursions. Catch a boat from Trogir and set off for the unspoiled beauty of Krknjaši Blue Lagoon on the east coast of Drvenik Island.
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Kamp Belvedere Kralja Zvonimira 62 21218 Seget Vranjica
21218 Seget Vranjica
Dalmatia - CROATIA