Discover Charming Campsites in Croatia
Charming green campsites, luxurious seaside camping resorts, to campsites focused on kids—Croatia has something for everyone. We prefer staying at charming, green campsites, ideally not exceeding 200 spots, with good sanitary facilities (although not the top priority), set in a beautiful green environment, and preferably not too expensive. Yup, quite a list of requirements, but during our Croatia road trip, we discovered quite a few lovely campsites in Croatia. Are you searching for charming campsites in Croatia? Keep reading.
Val Vidal Camping, Rovinj
Our first destination in Croatia was the popular city of Rovinj, and here, we found a gem of a campsite right away: Val Vidal. The camping ground is small, green, and just a 5-minute walk from the beach. The historic city center is approximately 5 km from the campsite, easily accessible by scooter or bike. The owners of the campsite are super friendly, there’s a small restaurant where you can sometimes enjoy live music in the evening, and the sanitary facilities are super clean. We absolutely loved this place and would happily return.
Maslinik olive garden, Krk
Krk started slightly less positively for us. The bus wasn’t too keen on the mountains, and all campsites were full. So, the first night we ended up having to stay somewhere in a parking lot for 25 euros. Ridiculous. But fortunately, the next day we found the Maslinik olive garden camping ground. A small campsite on a steep hill. The climb up wasn’t the most fun, but once we arrived, we were sold. This was undoubtedly the most beautiful spot on the island. There’s a relaxed atmosphere, and you literally camp among the olive trees. You pay about 15 euros per night in the high season. Not bad at all. The facilities are a bit older, but who cares? The surroundings make up for everything.
Eco camp Rizvan City, Gospic
If you want to connect with nature, Eco camp Rizvan City in Gospic is the place to be. You’ll find this small campsite nestled between the mountains of Gospic. It’s the perfect base for exploring the undiscovered nature of Croatia. Even in the high season, it’s wonderfully peaceful here.
This is one of the most beautiful spots we’ve ever stayed at with the camper. Autocamp Sirena is located in one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia. From your camper, you can easily dive into the crystal-clear sea. That’s exactly what you should do at this campsite—laze by the sea and do as little as possible.
In the high season, you pay about 20 euros per night. For a seaside campsite in Croatia, this is dirt cheap.
Camp Borje, Plitvice National Park
Nestled in the woods just a 15-minute drive from the Plitvice National Park, you’ll find Camp Borje. If you’re planning to visit the lakes of Plitvice, this is a great place to stay. The spots are very spacious, and the sanitary facilities are very clean. There’s also a small supermarket and several restaurants in the vicinity.