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Travelling to Croatia by motorhome

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Through Croatia
by motorhome

Croatia has special historical cities, relaxing islands, beautiful nature and is especially known for its wonderful beaches. Here, during your campervan trip, you can take a nice dip in the sea or stroll along the many picturesque harbours. The many places to stay overnight make the country ideal for motorhomes. The fine alternation between relaxing at the bay and active excursions in the interior also makes Croatia a perfect destination for motorhomes for both young and old!

Ugodno putovanje!

Capital                              Zagreb
Population                      4.47 million (2019)
Official language           Croatian
Surface                             56,594 km2
Currency                          Kuna (KN)
Total motorhomes        unknown

Motorhome stopovers in Croatia

Croatia is seen by many people as one of Europe's most beautiful countries! The country is increasingly visited by tourists with campers.

Enjoy the Croatian hospitality.

Click here to explore Croatia

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Camperstops in Croatia

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motorhome journey through Croatia

Motorhome-trip through Croatia

In Croatia, there are several regions worth exploring by motorhome. Think for example of Dalmatia, with its Mediterranean capital Split or the popular Krka waterfalls. In addition, there is the rest of the country's splendid coastline with a number of bustling towns and villages. Just driving with a motorhome along the coastline of Croatia is a must in itself! The Istrian region is also loved by many motorhomers from all over Europe. Here, you will find various Roman constructions and you can easily visit the bright blue Plitvice Lakes. Don't forget to visit one of the many mountain villages in this region during your campervan trip. We can say that with a lot of different activities you will not get bored easily during your campervan trip in Croatia!

A reflective safety vest, first aid kit, warning triangle, set of spare bulbs and tow rope are compulsory items to take along on your motorhome tour of Croatia.

motorhome journey through Croatia

Motorhome stopovers in Croatia

The bustling capital Zagreb should certainly not be missed on your motorhome tour of beautiful Croatia! The smaller, but very characteristic cities such as Pula, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik are also worth visiting by campervan. All these cities have several motorhome sites from which you can explore the city and the rest of the surroundings. If you want to be in the middle of Croatian nature, we recommend the Heart of Nature Camp in Ribnik. You can hike, cycle, visit castles and explore the beautiful nature in the area. You can also spend the night with your campervan on various islands in Croatia, such as Cres, which you can reach by ferry. There are hundreds of RV parks all over the country, both around the cities and in the heart of nature. So you will never have to search long for your next overnight destination.

Check out the full range of camperstops in Croatia here.

motorhome journey through Croatia

Motorhome routes through Croatia

Croatia has plenty of locations that you can visit on your next road trip through the country. Along the coast you'll find several beautiful seaside towns like Rovinj, Rijeka, Zadar and Split. All these places have several nice beaches where you can spend a whole day swimming and sunbathing during your motorhome trip. These coastal towns are very good to combine during a campervan trip. Or discover the inland of Croatia and take your motorhome via Zagreb to one of the various nature reserves. The country is also perfect for a motorhome journey combining city and nature. For example, you can combine the famous bright blue Plitvice lakes with a city trip to the port city of Zadar. Or go for the lesser-known nature reserve of Žumberak, where you will find plenty of waterfalls and steep mountains. You can easily combine a visit with a city trip to the Croatian capital, Zagreb. Read all about these cities and nature reserves here.