The city of Zadar and its surroundings are located in the north of Dalmatia, a Croatian region known for its crystal-clear sea and unique coastline with countless bays and islets. It is well connected with the north of Croatia and other Central European countries, and thanks to the large number of sunny days, the bathing season lasts from the beginning of June until the end of September.
As this part of Croatia is very diverse, campsites in Zadar and its surroundings will provide you with a wide range of accommodation options. Whether your choice are small family-run campsites, where the owners will personally take care of your camping holiday and advise you the best restaurants and local attractions, or on the other hand you prefer larger resorts where you will find everything you need for a carefree vacation.
The nature here is extremely diverse, which will allow you to camp near the Paklenica National Park, a favourite destination for climbers or the river Zrmanja, where you can embark on a rafting adventure. On the other hand, from Zadar you can take a ferry to one of the surrounding islands where you will find your peace, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. We recommend the islands of Ugljan and Pašman, interconnected by a bridge, and Dugi otok, known for its Saharun beach, Veli rat lighthouse and Telašćica nature park.
To find all the information about campsites in Zadar and its surrounding area, check the list below, and if one of them particularly impresses you, you can immediately book it directly on this page, without any additional fees.
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Find your ideal campsite in Zadar and its surroundings, whether you are looking for a large pitch in the shade of pine trees, a mobile home with sea view or glamping accommodation, here everyone will find something for themselves!
A special feature of the Zadar region are the sandy beaches that stretch north of the city of Zadar and almost all the way to the island of Pag. You can also find a sandy beach in one of the best campsites in Croatia - Zaton Holiday Resort, and a very beautiful pebble beach along the entire coast of campsite Šimuni, on the island of Pag. In addition to larger campsites, the Zadar region is known for its many small family-run campsites. You can find some of the best ones among the OK mini camps selection, which are selected for you annually by the Croatian Camping Association.
And when you desire a beach holiday, but still want to be close to the centre of Zadar, one of the best options is the Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar, located not far from the city itself and the perfect starting point for exploring local attractions such as the famous urban installations, Sea Organ and Greetings to the Sun, located on the Zadar waterfront.
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