Camping Destinations in Dalmatia - Dubrovnik Region

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  • Babino polje

    Babino Polje is the largest and one of the oldest settlements on the island of Mljet. Located in the central part of the island, on a vast fertile area, it comprises of three hamlets.

    It is located close to the Odysseus cave where, according to the legend, the ancient Greek hero spent a few years before his return to Ithaca.

  • Banići

    Banići is located 4 km northwest of Slano, the center of the municipality of Dubrovačko primorje, and 24 km from the historic city of Dubrovnik.

    Situated along the southern part of the Croatian coast, it is located close to many popular tourist destinations, and offers a variety of activities, especially numerous cycling paths.

  • Blato

    Blato is situated in the central part of the island of Korčula. One of the oldest settlements on the island, it is surrounded by picturesque coves and islets.

    The history of the area can be learnt by visiting the ethnographical collection of the Barilo museum where guests can taste local products, while kilometers of hiking and biking trails are waiting for all those looking for an active holiday.

  • Brijesta

    The village of Brijesta is situated in the bay of Mali Ston, on the Pelješac peninsula, from where guests can visit the neighboring islands.

    It is known as an ideal place for a family holiday by offering a variety of attractive amenities. Sports fans can enjoy fishing as well as rowing along the coast or in the vicinity of the nearby four islets.

  • Drače

    Drače is situated in the northern part of the Pelješac peninsula, and it is known as a destination for family vacations.

    It is located in a small bay, well connected with the mainland, and it is characterized by an unusual archipelago that includes 13 islands. The sea temperature of this area is above the average, and therefore more suitable for the cultivation of fish and shellfish.

  • Dubrovnik

    Situated in the south of Croatia, the city of Dubrovnik is one of the most known tourist destinations in Croatia. With its rich cultural and historical heritage, Dubrovnik is annually visited by many tourists.

    Since 1979 Dubrovnik is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its walls surround the many riches and valuable cultural and historical sights of the Old Town. Mount Srđ and the nearby islands are popular destinations for those wanting to spend some relaxing time in nature.

  • Korčula

    Korčula is situated in the northeastern part of the homonymous island, located in the southern part of Dalmatia. It is an ideal starting point for visiting the neighboring islands.

    In the historical center, surrounded by walls, guests can find numerous monuments of historical and cultural importance, such as the Cathedral of St. Mark, where the artwork of Jacopo Tintoretto is exposed. The town is connected with the Pelješac peninsula by ferry.

  • Kućište

    As an ideal place for surfing lovers, the village of Kućište is situated on the peninsula of Pelješac. It is located 5 km from the main town of the peninsula, Orebić.

    Thanks to the winds that blow in this area throughout the year, Kućište is one of the best places on the Croatian Adriatic coast, not only for surfing, but also for sailing. The tourist offer also includes exploring of the seabed and visits to the nearby islands.

  • Lastovo

    Part of the homonymous island and archipelago, the small town of Lastovo is located on a slope on the northeastern part of the island, in the far south of Croatia.

    The locals are particularly proud of the family houses from the 15th and 16th centuries on whose rooftops chimneys from the Venetian era still stand. Because of its importance in the conservation of biodiversity on the Mediterranean, the archipelago was granted the status of a nature park.

  • Lastovo - Nature Park

    The Lastovo Island includes 46 Island and Islets. Lastovo is the biggest and Sušac is the farest. It is situated on 195 km square metres.

    Its mainland is full of various animals and plants specimen, ans its underwater is one of the richest and most various of the Croatian Adriatic.

  • Lovište

    Lovište is a small harbor on the western part of the Pelješac peninsula. It is located 17 km west of Orebić, and it has a view on the island of Hvar.

    The area of Lovište covers approximately 40 km of coastline with numerous bays and beaches, and thanks to Neptune grass, an endemic seaweed from the Mediterranean area, ecotourism has been developed.

  • Lumbarda

    Situated on the eastern side of the island of Korčula, Lumbarda stretches along its shoreline in front of which there are about twenty islets.

    In addition to pine forests and olive groves that surround this village, which is known for its sandy beaches, the local vineyards grow grapes which produce the wine variety of Grk. The sea in Lumbarda is suitable for sailing, while its hilly side can be explored on foot.

  • Mlini

    Situated 11 km from Dubrovnik, the village of Mlini offers the possibility for a quiet holiday in a typical Mediterranean atmosphere, near major tourist destinations.

    The local sandy beaches make this village a very popular destination for families with children. In addition to Dubrovnik, the Čilipi airport is also close, 12 km from Mlini. The nearby islands can be reached from the village.

  • Mljet - National Park

    Located in southern Dalmatia, the island of Mljet, except for being thought as the greenest one, is by its position is the southernmost, and at the same time the easternmost Croatian island. It is also a national park.

    Mljet National Park is made up by a couple of islands and two salt lakes where guests can try canoeing and kayaking. Jacques Cousteau considered this national park as one of the world's most beautiful diving destinations.

  • Molunat

    Molunat is a fishing village located in the extreme south of the Croatian coast, 40 km southeast of Dubrovnik and 20 km from the airport and the town of Cavtat.

    It covers an area rich in medicinal Mediterranean herbs while the local sea is abounds in fish. Local produce can be tasted in restaurants and the stores offer fruits and vegetables grown in the area.

  • Opuzen

    Opuzen is located in southern Dalmatia, in the valley of the Neretva river, 12 km from its mouth and along its left bank. It is located near the city of Dubrovnik with whom it has a road connection.

    Besides the fertile fields where fruits are grown, especially mandarins known for its quality, the city is known as a center of fishing. Among sporting events, the traditional Boat Marathon stands out.

  • Orašac

    Orašac is a village located about 15 km northwest of the city of Dubrovnik to whom it administratively belongs. The city of Split is situated 200 km north of Orašac.

    It is known for its votive church from the 15th century and the Arapovo palace from the 16th century, this place is recommended for nature lovers. Lovers of camping will find their place under the shade of olive trees.

  • Orebić

    Known as the town of captains, Orebić is a popular destination for families with children, located on the Pelješac peninsula.

    From Orebić, some of the southern Dalmatian islands are easily accessible, including the island of Korčula whose homonymous town is often associated with Marco Polo. In the wine cellars of Orebić visitors can taste the famous Pelješac wines.

  • Ploče

    As the last, southernmost point of the A1 motorway A1 Zagreb-Ploče, the town of Ploče is situated in the Neretva River valley surrounded by many fertile fields very suitable for agriculture.

    This location represents an extremely important transport point for travelers because it is located on the northwestern and southeastern boundary of Europe, but also because of its irreplaceable sea port which links Ploče to the peninsula of Pelješac, which greatly facilitates the traffic link of the southernmost part of Croatia with the rest of the country.

  • Potirna

    Potirna is part of the municipality of Blato, situated in the heart of the island of Korčula, in southern Croatia. It is possible to get to know the area along the many bike trails.

    In addition to the many attractions on offer for biking lovers, this part of the island offers dozens of kilometers of coastal promenades as well as demanding hiking trails. Part of the tourism offer in Blato is sailing.

  • Račišće

    Situated 12 km west of the town of Korčula, on the homonymous island, Račišće is one of the newest settlements on the island, but at the same time with a long maritime tradition.

    Thanks to its sheltered harbor, this tourist destination is visited by many sailors. Away from the big tourist centers, this place is also a favorite among campers and those looking for a quiet, family vacation.

  • Slano

    Slano is a small port located in the homonymous cove. It offers a peaceful holiday near the city of Dubrovnik, which is located 37 km from Slano.

    The remains of ancient fortresses on the nearby hills are proof that Slano was inhabited in prehistoric times, while traces of antiquity are visible on the remains of a Roman fort. The village offers a variety of sports activities.

  • Ston

    Ston is situated on the Pelješac peninsula, in southern Croatia. Except for the production of salt, it is also known for its medieval walls which are 5.5 km long.

    The town was known since Roman times for the cultivation of oysters and mussels, which are an aphrodisiac. Lovers of camping can spend their holidays in the shade of olive trees and taste the local wines.

  • Trpanj

    Healing mud in the bay of Blace, whose efficiency was confirmed by experts, is one of the benefits of Trpanj, located in the north of the Pelješac peninsula.

    Being one of the oldest settlements on the peninsula, it is rich in historical sites, including some from prehistoric times. Together with Orebić, Trpanj is a major tourist center on the peninsula which can be reached by ferry from Ploče.

  • Trsteno

    Located about 20 km northwest of Dubrovnik, Trsteno is a village known for its arboretum, the only and the oldest monument of garden architecture in Croatia.

    The Trsteno Arboretum is considered as the most beautiful Gothic-Renaissance park in the Adriatic and the oldest arboretum in the world. Especially valuable is its collection of Mediterranean and exotic plants whose seedlings were brought by seamen from their distant travels.

  • Ubli

    As the port of call for a ferryboat and catamaran from the mainland, Ubli is one of the most prominent spots on the island of Lastovo, part of the Lastovo archipelago Nature Park.

    The small port is home to the administrative office of the Nature park, a ferry ticket agency, several restaurants and shops a gas station and other services. Remains of the Old Christian Basilica of St Peter, from the 6th century, were found nearby.

  • Vela Luka

    Located in the western part of the island of Korčula, in a wide bay, Vela Luka is one of the most populated towns on the Adriatic islands. It is an ideal place for the safe mooring of boats.

    The islets of Proizd and Ošjak are among the more popular destinations of tourists, and they can be visited by ship excursions which are organized from Vela Luka. The British Daily Telegraph named the beach on the island of Proizd as one of the five most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic.

  • Zaton Mali

    Zaton Mali is known as a destination for adventurers. Zaton Veliki is located in the same bay. It is 8 km away from the city of Dubrovnik.

    In this area guests can enjoy various activities such as walking, water skiing, surfing or diving without the crowds of the large tourist centers. The Trsteno arboretum is located about 6 km to the west.

  • Žrnovo

    Located in the interior of the island of Korčula, Žrnovo is located 4 km west of the town of Korčula, north of the Žrnovska Banja bay, a favorite destination for lovers of windsurfing.

    In addition to favorable winds blowing in the channel between Korčula and Pelješac, Žrnovo is known for its long tradition in stone cutting. Like other old places on the island, it has kept the tradition of performing the dance with swords which is referred to as "moštra".

  • Žuljana

    Žuljana is situated in a cove on the southern coast of the Pelješac peninsula. Its long pebble beach is among the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic.

    The population of this area traditionally engaged in the production of organic food, which has become an important part of the local tourist offer. Dishes prepared with local products are perfect with well-known local wines.

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