Looking for the best places to visit in Croatia? White pebbled beaches, sun bouncing off glittering water, magnificent buildings, fascinating history and mouthwateringly delicious food — a trip along the Croatian coastline encompasses everything you're looking for. We’ve rounded up the best motorhome campsites in Croatia for your road trip. All of these camping sites are dotted along the coast, offering the perfect blend of a beach holiday and a city trip. So hop on a flight to Croatia, follow the gorgeous blue sea and stop at each of these campsites along the Croatian coast.
Ul. Vatroslava Lisinskog 60, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 42.661998, 18.070515
When creating your list of the best places to visit in Croatia, the city of Dubrovnik is likely to be at the top of it. After a day spent exploring the bustling town and gorgeous weather in Dubrovnik, travel ten minutes to Kamp Solitudo. Out of all the campsites along the Croatian coast, this is one of the best options for exploring the beloved historic city of Dubrovnik.
Not only is it close to the city, but Kamp Solitudo is also a mere five-minute stroll to the beach. So you can immediately wash away the grime of your day, or be the first there the next morning. This campsite is also dog-friendly and even has a ‘Wow Wow’ treat lined up for furry friends. Its location on the quiet Babin Kuk peninsula also ensures you’ll get a restful night’s sleep, ideal for a full day of exploring tomorrow.
Camping Stobreč Split
Put Svetog Lovre 6, 21311, Stobreč, Croatia, 43.504135, 16.526505
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and has plenty of campsites to choose from, but our favourite is Camping Stobreč Split. This family-friendly camping site is only fifteen minutes from the bustling centre of Split and yet is peaceful enough that it feels much further away. From your pitch, you can literally listen to the gentle waves of the Adriatic Sea as you fall asleep — heavenly!
We’ve chosen Camping Stobreč Split due to the large number of amenities on-site, including a supermarket, bar and restaurant. If it weren’t for the gorgeous beaches nearby, you’d have absolutely no reason to leave the campground at all!
Amadria Park Camping Trogir
Kralja Zvonimira 62, 21218, Seget Vranjica, Croatia, 43.511584, 16.194372
Are you ready for a glamping site like no other? Amadria Park Camping Trogir has plenty to offer, including two restaurants, four bars, a bakery, a pool and a shuttle service. You can even take a water taxi to nearby islands.
If you’re looking to leave your motorhome for the day, you can rent bikes to explore the local area, or simply walk down to the nearby beach. If staying active is what you had in mind, get your sweat on in the tennis courts, while the little ones roam about the two playgrounds on-site.
Dionis Camping Zaton
Pastirski put 14, 23232, Zaton, Croatia, 44.215461, 15.179626
It’s hard to stand out on this list of the best Croatia coast camping sites, but Dionis Camping Zaton has the secret ingredient to do exactly that: its own vineyard. You might not immediately think of wine when you think of Croatia, but trust us, this is worth trying. You can sample this wine at the campsite’s own restaurant.
Dionis Camping Zaton is a fifteen-minute drive to Nin and a twenty-minute drive to Zadar, making it the perfect stop between the two cities. It features an outdoor pool that will be the perfect backdrop for your holiday photos.
If you feel like leaving the campsite for a meal or stroll, you can walk directly to the nearby village of Zaton and visit local businesses.
Maslinica 1, 52221, Rabac, Croatia, 45.078998, 14.149639
On our list of the best motorhome campsites in Croatia, we’ve got one situated in a vineyard, and now one located in an olive grove! Camping Oliva is nestled among olive trees, which not only provides delicious homemade produce to purchase but also shade for your motorhome pitch.
Set on a sheltered inlet of the Adriatic Sea, you can see all the way to the Kvarner Islands from this campsite. After a day spent at this private beach, you could play a round of mini golf, try your hand at volleyball, or simply relax at one of their multiple swimming pools. The campsite offers options for boat hire, paddleboarding and dinghy sailing.
Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar
Ul. Majstora Radovana 7, 23000, Zadar, Croatia, 44.135060, 15.215467
Too often, Zadar is left off of people’s itineraries for Croatia. But this is one of the best places to learn more about the history of Croatia, and it’s a wonderful blend of urban and seaside. After exploring Zadar, you can head to Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar, which is only five minutes away.
This campsite is within walking distance from the beach, so you can fully set up your motorhome and then be done with driving for the day. There’s something for the whole family at this campsite, including swimming pools, a sea-view restaurant, a sauna and even waterslides! So make sure to plan enough time here to enjoy it all and still explore nearby Zadar.
Poljanska cesta 16, 51414, Ičići, Croatia, 45.310548, 14.284592
Last, but certainly not least, it’s time to turn our attention to Camping Opatija. It definitely earns its spot on our list of the best campsites on the Croatian coast, as it’s set in a stunning location. Don’t let the woodland fool you, as Camping Opatija is only sixty-five steps away from the beach. You’ll find a sense of peace like no other here, and it’s perfect for those looking to truly relax on holiday.
This campsite is thirty-five minutes away from Rijeka, and offers both smaller and larger pitches depending on the size of your motorhome. The surrounding foliage allows you to take your pick out of shaded and sunny pitches, to truly personalise your experience here.
Now you've added these beautiful motorhome campsites to your itinerary of the best places to visit in Croatia, all that’s left to do is pack your bags and let the adventure begin! Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries to explore by motorhome, and you’ll be treated to some incredible views along the way. We recommend trying more than one of these campsites along the Croatian coast, or even combining them for the ultimate holiday.