Camping in Croatia

At Spottocamp you can find 297 fantastic campsites in Croatia. Whether you go by tent, camper or caravan, we find the best places to give you a great holiday.

What is the best period for camping in Croatia?
The best time to camp in Croatia is the months June to August. This is when there is less rain and the most hours of sunshine per day. With a maximum temperature of 26 degrees, July is the hottest month in Croatia.

What does camping cost in Croatia?
The average price of a campsite in Croatia is per night. This is an average price based on a car and two persons with a tent, caravan or camper.

On holiday in Croatia.

Croatia is a beautiful destination that has a lot to offer tourists. The country is known for its breathtaking coastline, historic cities and beautiful nature. The capital Zagreb is rich in culture and history, while the coastal cities of Dubrovnik and Split are known for their beautiful architecture and crystal clear waters. Croatia is also home to eight national parks, including the famous Plitvice Lakes National Park, known for its stunning waterfalls and turquoise lakes. Whether you are a lover of history, nature or just want to soak up the sun on a beautiful beach, Croatia has something for everyone.

The climate in Croatia

Croatia can be climatically divided into three parts. The lower-lying coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate, with mild, rather wet winters and drier, warmer summers. On the mainland, directly behind the coast, the Dinaric Alps emerge, a mountain range that runs from north to south along the entire coastal area of Croatia. According to many sources and maps, a Mediterranean climate would prevail here as well, but this is not correct. In the higher areas, there is a continental climate or a temperate maritime climate, according to the Köppen-Geiger system a Dfb climate. The winters are colder and wetter here, and the temperatures in the summer are not as high as those along the water's edge in the lower-lying areas. The eastern part of Croatia, which borders Hungary, is much flatter and lower than the western part of the interior. The climate here is decidedly temperate continental and the influence of the sea is almost negligible as the area lies behind a mountain ridge.

Top rated

Discover our top rated campsites in Croatia.

Camp Lupis


Camp Stine

Starigrad- Paklenica

Camping Krka


Camping Valdaliso


Camping Bor


Camping Skrila


Camping Pod Maslinom


Autocamp Matija