Croatian campsites are generally situated close to the sea, in the nature far from noise, in quiet and peaceful areas and in clean surroundings.
In case you are camping with your own equipment (your camper or motor home, your caravan or your tent), you should firstly check how well a particular campsite is equipped to suit your needs.
Recently, campsites have been improving the quality of pitches to better suit campers' needs. However, there are a few things you have to bear in mind when choosing the camp and booking your pitch. Whilst almost all campsites have electricity connection, not all pitches within the campsite may have this feature. With regards to running water connection, more and more campsites also provide pitches with running water connection, especially handy if you are arriving with motor home. Hence when choosing a campsite and a particular pitch within a campsite, in most cases you can choose between pitches with electricity connection; pitches with water and electricity connection and on occasions, pitches that have water connection but no electricity. There are also pitches with no electricity nor water connection and these are mostly in areas of campsite where each pitch is not specifically marked.
The needs on necessary facilities within the camp will also vary on the time of the year you intend to go camping to Croatia. Whilst campsites are mainly open from May to October, there is also a number of camps open all year long. These camps have to be equipped with special facilities, such as heated washrooms, campsite living areas and so on.
Facilities provided also depend on the size of the campsite. Large campsites are like Holiday Parks, real towns with well developed infrastructural facilities and a rich sporting and free time content, whereas there is also a big number of small campsites, mostly in Dalmatia, which are often situated in privately owned gardens and courtyards and the level of available facilities in small camps is limited.
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