Camper Van Travel In Croatia

Travel in Croatia with Spicy campervan rental and discover one of the favorite European destinations since the 1960's! The Istrian Peninsula, Kvarner Islands on the north coast and southern Dalmatia are attracting tourists and sun seeking travelers from early spring till late fall every year.

Travel in Croatia with Spicy campervan hire and visit amazing places like Pelješac peninsula.

With the Velebit and Biokovo limestone mountains descending into the crystal blue Adriatic Sea with more than a thousand islands and reefs, the 1800km of this rocky coast line is by far the most spectacular in the Mediterranean. So don't even think about taking the highway or at least, take it on your way back....

Top that off with pine and fig trees, olive groves, pebble beaches, excellent Mediterranean cuisine and Venetian style architecture from centuries ago and you're off for a great adventure!

Unlike the oceans, the Adriatic sea has temperatures well above 20°C most of the season, therefore dive in and enjoy with our Spicy cheap camper van rentals. And Croatia beaches are definitely one of the finest and most picturesque in Europe!

A steady travel in Croatia will allow you to visit a few of the seven National parks, with four being on the mainland (Risnjak, Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica and Krka), while the other three are actually islands (Brijuni, Kornati and Mljet).

Omiš on the Adriatic Coast of Croatia.

The Venetian style architecture of the coastline is not the only history this country has. The Roman and Austro-Hungarian Empires left a large number of historical settlements such as Opatija, in fact, you will rarely find so much history on such a small piece of land in southeast Europe.

The Pula Arena is among the best preserved Roman amphitheaters in the world and well worth a visit. If you're lucky, you might even catch a concert here!

Camping And Naturism

There are more then 300 camping sites, and nearly 90% of them are on the coast with direct access to the beach, near most attractions and on larger islands. You have a choice of small family operated sites and larger camping villages or resorts with all the comfort you'll ever need.

Paradise beaches on the secluded Pelješac peninsula in Croatia.

Croatia has a long naturist tradition dating back to the early 1930's and plays a leading role in European naturism. There are around 30 official naturist resorts or camping sites and a large number of, so called free beaches throughout the coast and the beautiful Croatian islands. So don't be surprised if you run into a camping site, where a part of it is clothing optional at free will!

Active Travel In Croatia

The great variety of landscape with it's dynamic terrain offer more than enough possibilities for an active vacation. Over a thousand islands of various sizes in the warm and crystal clear Adriatic sea, plenty of wind and , put Croatia on the map of most desired sailing destinations.

Kayaking and exploring the smaller islands in the Adriatic sea.

Sunken ships and archaeological reminders from the past form a unique underwater museum and a divers heaven. You will find many diving centers that will safely introduce you to the rich underwater world of the Adriatic Sea.

Sea kayaking will allow you to explore numerous secluded Croatian beaches and islands at your own pace. You can paddle for days, but never underestimate the weather forecast!

When you travel in Croatia, you will find yourself in a world immersed between the mountains and the sea. Therefore it is only natural that countless trekking trails and footpaths will take you to the most pristine corners of the islands and the mainland.

Šibenik on the coast of Croatia.

If you have a high level of adrenaline in your blood, Paklenica National Park is the most visited climbing center in Croatia and well known throughout Europe. The close proximity of the sea, gives this climbing site a special charm, making Paklenica Riviera a great place to combine climbing and water sports.

You don't have to be in top condition to travel in Croatia by foot or on your bicycle. The mainland and the islands offer more than enough paths for this type of activities, even if this means only a casual walk to the nearest town.

If you wish to learn more about Croatia, please visit the  official Croatian Travel Guide and check out the short video below to grasp the beauty of this country. Have fun watching!

Other Useful Info

  • Discover Porec and enjoy the heart of the beautiful Istrian coastline!
  • Use the online a map of Croatia to check out what's where!


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