Camping Destinations in Dalmatia - Split Region

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  • Baška Voda

    Located on the Makarska Riviera, at the foot of the Biokovo mountain, Baška Voda is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the central part of Dalmatia.

    Staying in one of the local campsites, guests can enjoy the crystal clear sea and visit some of the many restaurants located along the seafront promenade. A must is a visit to the Nature Park Biokovo, which lies only 15 km from Baška Voda.

  • Biokovo - Nature Park

    Biokovo is a mountain along the central part of the Dalmatian coast. Biokovo descends toward the sea in very steep and bare limestone rocks, under which is a narrow and green littoral belt.

    In recent times, beauties of the landscape under Biokovo and tameness of its littoral attract many foreign visitors, facilitating thus a more rapid development of tourism.

  • Bol

    Bol is located on the island of Brač, a popular tourist destination known for the Zlatni Rat pebble beach.

    Once a place of wine growers, fishermen and seafarers, Bol is today one of the symbols of Croatian tourism. Besides its natural beauty, which includes the mysterious Dragon Cave, it offers its visitors a variety of cultural events.

  • Drvenik

    Drvenik is part of the Makarska Riviera, and it is located about 30 km from the city of Makarska. It is connected by ferry with the island of Hvar.

    Drvenik is the second most important maritime link between the island of Hvar and the mainland. In addition to its pebbly beaches and a pleasant atmosphere, it offers its visitors a variety of sports and recreational facilities. It is located only 86 km from the city of Split.

  • Dugi Rat

    Dugi Rat is situated on the southern part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, on the road between Split and Dubrovnik. It is located 15 km from the historic city of Split.

    Only 5 km west of Omiš, the nearest urban center, this small part of Dalmatia offers visitors peace and tranquility. The area of Dugi Rat includes several eco-ethno villages, including Duća with its sandy beaches.

  • Hvar

    The well known tourist destination of Hvar is the largest settlement on the homonymous island, the sunniest and longest island on the Adriatic.

    The Mediterranean environment and rich cultural and historical heritage are just a part of the charm of this city, which is surrounded by an equally attractive surroundings. A set of islands, the Pakleni islands, are located along the southwestern coast of the island of Hvar. They are a very popular destination for diving enthusiasts.

  • Jelsa

    Jelsa is situated in the central part of the island of Hvar, on its indented coastline with many islets, bays and islands. Some of the attractive bays are reserved for campers.

    In addition to olive oil, the quality of which the inhabitants of Jelsa are particularly proud of, lavender oil can be tasted too. Part of the cultural heritage of Jelsa is the traditional procession "Za Križen" (of the Cross). This unique rite has been added to the list of intangible world heritage by UNESCO.

  • Kaštel Stari

    Kaštel Stari is one of the seven towns that together make up the city of Kaštela, situated on the Adriatic coast between Split and Trogir.

    Only a few steps from the sea, in the oldest part of Kaštela, which, together with the remaining six towns sprung up around seven fortresses, guests can find some pleasant places to camp. About 6 km of coastline can be explored by bike. Rafting on the river Cetina is on offer too.

  • Lokva Rogoznica

    Lokva Rogoznica is part of the Omiš Riviera and it is situated about 10 km from the town of Omiš. The town of Makarska is located 25 km away, and the city of Split 30 km.

    In the bays and beaches of Lokva Rogoznica guests can always find a shady spot thanks to the pine trees that grow in this area. In nearby Omiš guests can also learn more about the past of this region, while the nearby river Cetina is a popular rafting destination.

  • Makarska

    Makarska is one of the most popular tourist destinations in central Dalmatia. It is located 60 km south of Split and 140 km north of Dubrovnik, at the foot of the Biokovo mountain.

    Thanks to its geographical location, the city is well connected with neighboring islands that can be visited in a day trip. The rich tourist offer includes various sports and recreational activities, including hiking on the Biokovo mountain.

  • Okrug Gornji

    Okrug Gornji is located on the southwestern side of the island Čiovo, and the road that leads to the ancient city of Trogir connects it to the mainland.

    The nearby city of Trogir, which is under UNESCO protection, is one of the advantages of this part of Central Dalmatia. The offer includes pebbly beaches, ideal for families with children, as well as culinary specialties and a variety of sports activities.

  • Omiš

    As a central location of a 30 km long Riviera, the town of Omiš is situated in the heart of Dalmatia, at the mouth of the river Cetina. It is a popular destination for adventure tourism.

    Rafting on the river Cetina, free climbing on nearby rocks and ziplining are just some of the activities on offer for adrenaline seekers. In this town, once known as a stronghold of pirates, the traditional Festival of Dalmatian klape songs is organized each year.

  • Podaca

    Podaca is situated on the southern part of the Makarska Riviera, from whose center, the city of Makarska, it is about 35 km away. The beginnings of life in the village date back to the Stone Age.

    Here, at the foot of the Biokovo mountain, lovers of camping will find a place in the shade of pine trees, close to the beach. The village is located about 5 km from a ferry port from which the island of Hvar can be reached and about 20 km from another one going towards the peninsula of Pelješac.

  • Podgora

    Connected with Central Europe by air routes from airports in Split and Dubrovnik, Podgora is a tourist town located on the Makarska Riviera.

    The fishing tradition is longer than the tourist one and that is why in more recent times the village with numerous fishing houses was additionally filled with tourist facilities and amenities. In its oldest part, at the foot of the Biokovo mountain, many old olive groves and vineyards are located.

  • Podstrana

    Podstrana is a small village located 8 km from Split, the largest Dalmatian city and the second largest city in Croatia.

    Podstrana is known for its cultural heritage, olives, wines and peaches. Its visitors faithfully return thanks to the hospitality of the local population, cuisine and beautiful beaches located along the 9 km long coastline.

  • Seget Donji

    Located 2 km from the town of Trogir, one of the largest urban centers of Dalmatia, the town of Seget Donji has a favorable geographical position and it is the ideal place for young people and families.

    Visitors can walk along the coastal footpath, enjoy the 3 km long beach, visit the historical city center or engage in sports, with particular emphasis on tennis and surfing. There is also a naturist beach in the area.

  • Seget Vranjica

    Seget Vranjica is part of the Trogir Riviera, whose center, the city of Trogir, is located 5 km away. As a tourist destination it is a favorite among families looking for a quiet holiday.

    In this area, bays with sandy and pebble beaches can be found, and apart from a variety of sports and other forms of recreation, visitors are offered trips to nearby islands where they can experience the atmosphere of Robinson tourism.

  • Slatine

    Slatine, a small fishing village, is situated on the island of Čiovo, 8 km from Trogir, a city under UNESCO protection, and 35 km from the city of Split.

    During the summer months Slatine is connected with Split by ferry, and throughout the year the largest Dalmatian city can be reached by bus. From here visitors can experience a tour of the nearby islands.

  • Split

    The largest Dalmatian city, Split is a destination with many tourist attractions. Throughout the year, in various picturesque locations of the city, numerous cultural events are held.

    Diocletian's Palace, a monument under the protection of UNESCO, is only part of the rich historical and cultural heritage of the city. A beautiful view of Split can be experienced from the Marjan hill, a favorite destination for nature lovers. From Split it is possible to organize visits to the rest of Dalmatia.

  • Stari Grad (Hvar)

    Stari Grad is located on the northwest coast of the island of Hvar. The plain of Stari Grad, an example of ancient Greek landscape architecture, is located on UNESCO`s World Heritage List.

    The plain is famous for the cultivation of grapes and olives, and because of its stone walls it has been included in the list of special cultural significance. Villa Tvrdalj, owned by the Renaissance poet Petar Hektorović, is the most famous monument of Stari Grad.

  • Stobreč

    Stobreč is a small fishing village located only 7 km from Split, it offers a relaxing holiday on its rocky and sandy beaches.

    The magic of this place is in the possibility to enjoy a walk along the waterfront with a view of the blue sea on one side and the greenery on the other. Guests have many amenities on offer in the nearby city of Split.

  • Stomorska

    Despite the development of modern tourism, Stomorska, a village on the island of Šolta, has kept the charm of an old fishing village.

    What characterizes this village, situated in the northeastern part of the island of Šolta, 12 km from the island's port Rogač, are the beaches and its colorful waterfront, with many anchored yachts and boats, where fishermen sell their freshly caught fish.

  • Sućuraj

    Located on the eastern tip of the island of Hvar, Sućuraj is geographically closest to the mainland. It is one of the warmest places of the island, known as the island of sun.

    With plenty of sunshine, almost 2700 hours of sunshine a year, this area abounds in numerous plant species. Thanks to the ferry lines, many tourist attractions in Dalmatia and across Croatia are easy to reach.

  • Supetar

    From Supetar, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Dalmatia, situated in the north of the island of Brač, many attractive sites of this part of Croatia are easily accessible.

    The ferry service connects this town with the city of Split, the historical center of Dalmatia, while the city of Šibenik, with its numerous historical monuments, is also close. The beauties of the Cetina and Krka rivers can be seen too.

  • Sutivan

    Sutivan is a village on the island of Brač, located 7 km west of the town of Supetar. Guests can find an authentic Dalmatian environment here.

    This village is an oasis of peace and tranquility, where two dozen local beaches can be found, including those located further away, which can be reached on foot, by bike or boat. Many of them are suitable for children as well as for water sports enthusiasts.

  • Trogir

    Located in central Dalmatia, 25 km west from Split, Trogir is, with its cultural and historical sites, listed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

    Known as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town of Central Europe, it offers its visitors many attractions such as the Cathedral of St. Lovro and the church of St. Nikola, which holds a Greek relief with the image of the god Kairos.

  • Vrboska

    Known for its long tradition of naturism in the nearby hidden coves, Vrboska is the smallest village on the island of Hvar, dating back to the 15th century.

    Vrboska is situated in a deep bay, and because of the many bridges crossing it, Vrboska is often called the "Little Venice". It is considered as one of the most beautiful tourist destinations on the island, with the old town houses built in the Gothic, neo-Renaissance and Baroque style.

  • Zadvarje

    Located in the central part of Dalmatia, Zadvarje is located near the towns of Omiš, Brela, Šestanovac and Selca on the island of Brač.

    Situated at the edge of the Cetina river canyon, it offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy many activities such as rafting, biking, climbing and hiking, as well as swimming under the waterfalls of the river. There are numerous rocky and sandy beaches in the area.

  • Zagvozd

    The small town of Zagvozd is situated on the eastern side of the Biokovo Nature Park, which makes it an ideal starting point for hiking trips and attractive destination for experiencing a variety of sport activities filled with adrenaline.

    Numerous cultural and entertainment events are held in Zagvozd during which tourists can see the traditional songs and dances, while theater lovers can visit the popular event "Actors in Zagvozd" where, during the summer months, many Croatian theater actors and companies gather.

  • Zaostrog

    Situated in the south of the Makarska Riviera, from whose center, the city of Makarska, it is 30 km away, the village of Zaostrog is located halfway between Dubrovnik and Split.

    The most important monument of this village is the Franciscan monastery of St. Mary, built in the 15th century. Within the monastery there is a library with over 30.000 historical volumes and a botanical garden with more than 250 species of plants.

  • Živogošće

    Živogošće is located in the south of the Makarska Riviera, at the foot of the Biokovo mountain, an ideal destination for lovers of adventure, mountaineering and active holidays in nature.

    It is possible to go towards the Biokovo Nature Park along a 6 km long coastline with numerous pebbly beaches. In addition to hiking trails, there are also sports facilities, including bowling and tennis.

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