Dubrovnik is a real pearl of the Adriatic and one of the symbols by which most people recognize Croatia. This picturesque town in the very south of Croatia will delight you with its appearance, hospitality of the locals and excellent Mediterranean cuisine.
Along the coast, which alternates between typical Mediterranean towns and bays with beaches, you will find mostly small family-owned campsites. Their size is also one of their biggest advantages, because the owners will host you in person, and they will be happy to give you local tips about the best beaches, restaurants, and wineries. Campsites in Dubrovnik and its surroundings stretch from the Pelješac peninsula and the island of Korčula in the north towards the city of Dubrovnik and small towns in its immediate vicinity. Pelješac stands out as a location where the best small campsites in Croatia are located.
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Whether you are traveling by camper or caravan and looking for a nice pitch, or you prefer the comfort of a mobile home, campsites in Dubrovnik will certainly satisfy all your desires in choosing the perfect accommodation for you and your loved ones.
If you love swimming in the sea, you will be especially pleased to learn that most campsites are located along the coast and with direct access to the beach. Here you can relax and swim in small secluded bays with crystal clear sea, and your pitch or mobile home will often be located on a terraced terrain overlooking the sea, such as those in campsites Lavanda or Nevio on the Pelješac peninsula, which are also members of the Croatia`s Best Campsites selection.
If you intend to visit this region primarily to explore the city of Dubrovnik, you have several options for accommodation in campsites, but the closest one to the city is the Solitudo Sunny Camping, located just four kilometres from the entrance to the old town. When you find yourself in the city, our first tip is a walk along the city walls and the main city street - Stradun. For a complete experience, you can take the cable car to the nearby Srđ hill, which offers a spectacular view of the city and its surroundings.
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