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6 best campsites in the Split region

Split, Croatia’s second biggest city, is the center of Dalmatia and one of the country’s most important places throughout the history ever since the Roman times. The most vivid proof of the city’s significance is the Diocletian’s palace, listed on UNESCO’s heritage list, which is a must-see for every visitor. But the region has much more to offer: You can also visit some of Croatia’s most beautiful islands, Hvar, Brač and Šolta, and the town of Trogir, also called the open-air museum.

Campsites in this region are smaller than in the northern parts but their offer is at the same level and they are just as well maintained, providing pitches and mobile homes for all types of guests. Their beaches and facilities offer more than enough to keep you and your family entertained throughout the holidays. The amazing nature and the crystal-clear sea have an undeniable appeal in every season, which is why some campsites stay open throughout the year. There’s also a seemingly endless list of interesting sites and activities nearby for you to discover, so visit the Split region and enjoy the perfect mixture of relaxation and exploration.

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Morenia Beach Resort

Podaca, Dalmatia - Split region (Croatia)

Tent Pitches: 41 Mobile homes: 28
  • Capacity: 310
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  • Type: Textile
  • Season: IV - X
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Baško Polje

Makarska, Dalmatia - Split region (Croatia)

3.6

Good

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Tent Pitches: 104 Mobile homes: 84
  • Capacity: 2214
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: V - IX

Campsite Amadria Park Trogir

Trogir, Dalmatia - Split region (Croatia)

4.2

Very good

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Tent Pitches: 451 Mobile homes: 94
  • Capacity: 1353
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: I - XII
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Stobreč Split

Split, Dalmatia - Split region (Croatia)

3.7

Good

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Tent Pitches: 215 Mobile homes: 52
  • Capacity: 1200
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: I - XII
  • WiFi free of charge

Boutique Campsite Bunja

Brač, Dalmatia - Split region (Croatia)

4.6

Great

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Tent Pitches: 36 Mobile homes: 14
  • Capacity: 200
  • Surface:
  • Type: Mini
  • Season: IV - X
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Galeb

Omiš, Dalmatia - Split region (Croatia)

3.6

Good

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Tent Pitches: 231 Mobile homes: 68
  • Capacity: 1473
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: III - XI
  • WiFi free of charge
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Campsites with sandy beaches

Sandy beach fans don’t have many opportunities to enjoy their favorite type of beach in the Adriatic, but the Split region provides some. As you stroll along the sea, watching the sun go down, you’ll agree that nothing beats the feeling of soft warm sand beneath your feet or the paws of your pet: Dogs are also welcome in many campsites which even offer dedicated beaches for them. No need to worry about how to get your furry friend clean as those campsites often provide special dog showers. Combine that with other campsite facilities, such as a swimming pool with a sun deck and the natural shade of pine trees and you get the perfect set-up for an unforgettable and relaxing vacation.

Family campsites

You only get a few weeks each year to spend with your family so making sure you choose the right campsite for your family holidays is crucial. Keeping children entertained is simple in family-oriented campsites with pools, playgrounds, animation teams and other fun facilities. And it’s not just children who get to have fun: These campsites also provide group workouts for adults (aqua aerobics, morning stretching) and sports courts and you can also learn how to windsurf. Since not everyone enjoys cooking while on vacation, these campsites also offer at least one on-site restaurant and several bars with snacks, drinks and of course: ice cream!

Mobile homes in Split region

The definition of camping varies. While some claim that real camping can only be done in a tent, others believe it’s all about that special feeling of staying at a campsite with other campers, regardless of the accommodation type. People unburdened by definitions often prefer a bit more space and comfort and therefore choose a mobile home, a glamping unit or even an apartment within the campsite. In the Split region there is a wide range of options for these, in campsite on islands as well as along the continental coast. You can enjoy air conditioning, several bedrooms, up to 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a private terrace without giving up the primal appeal of campsite holidays.

Popular camping destinations in the Split region

Makarska

Set at the foot of the mighty Biokovo mountain range and next to the beautiful deep blue sea with Island Brač on the horizon, Makarska is a perfect holiday destination. The campsites in Makarska are mostly small in size but definitely not in terms of what they have to offer: From luxurious mobile homes, some even with a private pool, to genuine back-to-nature campsites, filled with greenery and natural shade. A visit to the astronomical observatory is a must for all space enthusiasts. Hikers will enjoy climbing on top of Sveti Jure Mountain and stopping at the Biokovo Skywalk as the view from there is nothing short of spectacular.

Trogir

We’ve mentioned that Trogir is also called an open-air museum and we’ll say it again because it’s near impossible to find so many historic sites in such a small space – no wonder that the town’s center made it to UNESCO’s World Heritage list. History buffs will easily fill their days exploring the Kamerlengo Fortress, the duke’s palace or the town’s cathedral. But on holidays there should always be time for some relaxation and the amazing nature and lovely beaches in Trogir and the nearby Island Čiovo are perfect for that.

Omiš

The town of Omiš is split in two parts by the beautiful Cetina Canyon, which offers amazing views and is also popular for swimming, kayaking, and there’s even a zipline. The newly built bridge that crosses the canyon is a sight to see on its own but, focusing on the town itself, there really is a lot to visit: churches, monasteries, fortresses and you cannot leave town without learning about the history of Corsairs of Almissa and their ships called sagittas. There are a lot of options for campers nearby and the wide range of mobile homes in Omiš will fit everyone’s needs since it also includes some real luxury units.

Split

There is not much that hasn’t been said about Split, so let’s just go over the must-see list once more: explore the Diocletian’s palace, walk along the Riva, get lost in the labyrinth of ancient cobblestone streets, find some inner peace in the Saint Domnius Cathedral, experience the amazing Ultra Festival, take a speedboat trip to one of the neighboring islands, or just simply enjoy your stay in the heart of Dalmatia the way you prefer, since opportunities are virtually endless. To properly recharge your batteries after a long day of activities, there is a campsite nearby with a variety of accommodation options.

Popular campsites in the Split region

Campsite Stobreč Split

Located in the south of Split near the Žrnovnica River, campsite Stobreč offers pitches, mobile homes and even bungalows. Some units are also adapted for disabled persons. The campsite features two pebble beaches, one of them is also suitable for dogs since all of the units are pet-friendly. There is an on-site restaurant and several bars. The swimming pool complex right next to the beach consists of 3 different sized pools– one of them is actually designed as a pool bar. And next to the complex there is a spa and wellness center to ensure you get the top level of pampering.

Campsite Galeb

This mid-size campsite with a unique sandy beach in Omiš is close to the town’s center and features several zones for campers, some of them completely equipped with water, electricity and drainage hookups. The mobile homes there vary in size and amenities: Premium level units even include a private whirlpool. They are all fully equipped but if you don’t want to bother yourself with cooking, the on-site Brguja restaurant will help you avoid that. The layout of the beach is ideal for families with young children, and the winds along the coast are prefect for everyone who wants to enjoy windsurfing – it’s even suitable for beginners.

Campsite Amadria Park Trogir

Mobile homes, glamping tents, apartments and camping pitches: This campsite has it all with different options to choose from in each category! Large 100m2 pitches are divided into several zones and they all provide electricity hookups, many of them also offering water and drainage. All of the accommodation types are scattered throughout the pine forest by the sea which ensures lots of natural shade but also unobstructed sea view. With some distance to the town of Trogir and the main road the location of the camp ensures peace and quiet yet still offers lots of activities including an illuminated swimming pool. The campsite provides 2 restaurants and several bars with refreshments, among them the Sports club with plenty of TVs so that you won’t have to miss a single match or race during your holidays.

Campsite Baško Polje

This classic campsite is located beneath the Biokovo mountain range, which in its own offers plenty of things to do, but there are also courts for basketball and volleyball inside the campsite. Accommodation options include over 600 camping pitches, equipped with water and electricity, scattered in the breezy shade of the pine tree forest, and also mobile homes and bungalows. There are two restaurants: restaurant Alem offers a half-board service while Club Plaža is perfect for a drink in the evening.

Other interesting sites and activities in the Split region

We’ve mentioned that Biokovo mountain range is perfect for hikers but the scenic road to the peak of Sveti Jure is also a well-known and highly respected challenge among the cyclists: overcoming the 1727m ascent with the average gradient of 6% is no joke.

Another popular tour from Split is the day trip to the magical Blue cave on Island Biševo which never fails to amaze the participants.

And of course, we cannot ignore the fact that the famous Game of Thrones series was filmed in Split, too. Find a tour that fits your interest and explore the nearby filming locations to experience first-hand how the legendary stories by George R. R. Martin came to life.

Frequently asked questions

Where is the camping region of Split located?
The Split region is located in central Dalmatia. This region has 3 different faces: mountain, coastal and island. The islands belonging to this region are Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Vis. Famous tourist destinations of this region are Split, Trogir, Omiš, Makarska...
How to get to the Split region by camper - travel tips
You can reach the camping region of Split by car from European countries through border crossings, through Slovenia or Hungary or Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is important to note that as of January 1, 2023, there are no border controls with Slovenia and Hungary (Schengen), while border crossings with Bosnia and Herzegovina are still carried out controls. In the summer months, expect crowds on Croatian highways, especially on weekends due to increased arrivals/departures. Payment for the highway is made at toll booths, and you can pay by credit card or cash. If you book your accommodation through our website, you will receive detailed information about the best routes, weather forecast in our pre-stay mail. You can reach the islands by ferry. Piers, departures/departures and price lists can be found on the official website of Jadrolinija https://www.jadrolinija.hr/en/home . The distance between the Split camping region and European metropolises: Munich - 874km. approx. 9 hours Düsseldorf - 1,535 km. approx. 15 hours Frankfurt - 1,286 km. approx. 13 hours Berlin - 1,466 km. approx. 14 hours Amsterdam - 1,715 km. approx. 17 hours Zurich - 1,169 km. approx. 12 hours Vienna - 765 km. approx. 7:30 hours Warszawa -1,426 km. approx. 14 hours Prague - 1,088 km. approx. 10 hours Budapest - 741 km. approx. 7 hours Ljubljana - 469 km. approx. 5 hours
What is the easiest way to move around the Split region while staying in a campsite?
The easiest way to get around is definitely by car. If you have a large camper, it is possible to rent a car or scooter in all major cities. Some of the larger cities are connected by bus lines that operate more frequently in the summer months, the same applies to the cities on the islands. Transfers to the cities are charged additionally and can be booked on the spot, without prepayment. Campsites located near cities are most often connected by a promenade along the sea or by bicycle paths - most campsites offer the possibility of renting bicycles. In some campsites it is possible to rent a boat, this is the best way to explore the island and hidden coves and beaches.
When is the best time for camping in the Split region?
The climate in the Split region is Mediterranean, with hot and dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The warmest months are June, July and August, and the coldest are December, January and February. The swimming season lasts from May to October, and the sea is warmest in July and August. If you decide to travel in those months, prepare for extreme heat and crowds. We recommend staying in the pre- and post-season, when the air and sea temperatures are very pleasant for swimming, and the crowds are significantly reduced.
What kind of beaches can you find in campsites in the Split region?
The beaches in the campsites in the Split region are mostly pebbly and rocky. It is rarer to find sandy and naturist beaches that are not directly in the campsites. only Campsite Galeb has a sandy beach. There are designated dog beaches in most campsites or nearby, and exact information can be found on separate campsite pages. On many beaches, it is possible to enjoy various water sports for an additional fee. Many beaches in the Split region have the Blue Flag, which indicates a particularly high quality and cleanliness of the sea. Sunbeds and umbrellas on the beaches in the camps are charged separately according to the valid price list for the current year.
What does the Split region have to offer to its camping guests?
In addition to numerous beaches in this region, be sure to visit the city of Split and Diocletian's Palace, which is under the protection of UNESCO, as well as the historical center of the city of Split as well as the Marjan Park-Forest. Other well-known destinations in this region are the cities of Trogir, Omiš, Makarska and the Biokovo and Dinara nature parks, as well as numerous cycling, walking and hiking trails, find more information at https://visitsplit.com/en/1/welcome-to-split . Enjoy numerous gastronomic and cultural events and manifestations, the most famous of which is the Ultra Europe festival, which is organized in Split every year at the beginning of July.
What is the average price of pitches in the Split region and is it necessary to make a reservation in advance?
The average price of a pitch for a family of four in a four-star campsite is €50-70 in pre- and post-season, while in high season the price varies from €90 to €120. Pitch prices are affected by: the number of people, the period of stay, the percentage of occupancy of the campsite, holidays, the level of equipment of the pitch and the location of each pitch (closeness to the sea). The tourist tax is included in the price at certain campsites, while at some it is calculated additionally at the reception of the campsite. An environmental tax is also charged on the islands. Pitches that have connections for electricity, water and drainage do not charge extra for the connections, they are included in the price of the pitch itself. Some pitches in the high season (July and August) are often sold out already at the end of March. For this reason, timely booking is recommended during Early Booking, in the period from November to February.
What are the conditions of the booking and cancellation?
At some campsites, an advance payment or the total amount is required when booking. The amount paid in advance or the total amount is deducted from the bill for the stay in the campsite. At certain campsites, you only need to fill in your credit card information. The credit card is valid as a guarantee for the trip and confirmation of the reservation. Most campsites allow free cancellation of reservations up to a few days before the trip. Certain campsites do not allow free cancellation and keep the advance payment or charge the credit card for a certain amount. You can find the exact reservation and cancellation conditions for the desired campsite in the first step of the booking process.
What kind of campsites can you find in the Split region?
In the Split region, the campsites are of much smaller capacity. Family campsites predominate, most of which have smaller swimming pools and an animation program, and there are also campsites for couples. The campsites in the Split camping region are pet friendly - pets are allowed for an extra charge according to the current price list, and the better campsites have showers for pets as part of the sanitary facilities.
What type of facilities are available at the campsites?
In most campsites, an animation program is organized for children and adults. In the pre- and post-season, the animation is in a somewhat more modest form. The complete animation program runs from mid-June to mid-September and is usually free. In the campsites you can find a really diverse sports and recreational offer. The campsites have multipurpose playgrounds, volleyball, soccer, tennis and basketball courts, as well as outdoor gyms. From water sports, you can try surfing, diving, pedal boats, and rent a kayak or SUP, and there are often inflatable water parks in the campsites. You can rent bicycles and scooters in most campsites, and you can find detailed information on the page of the particular campsites you are interested in. Sports fields are not charged in most cases, while other activities are most often charged additionally.
What are the most famous camping destinations in the Split region?
The most visited and famous camping destinations in the Split region are the cities of Split, Trogir and Omiš. In this region you will mostly find smaller campsites and one camping resort. The Split region is an ideal destination for families with children, dog owners, but also for couples.
Which campsites have a marina or the possibility of mooring a boat?
Campsites in this region don't have launch for boats. Some campsites offer guests buoys for rent in the campsite. Buoys cannot be booked in advance and we are unable to guarantee a place in advance. Buoys are arranged with the reception on the day of arrival or with the harbor master, depending on the campsite where you are staying. Prices for buoys are in accordance with the price list for the current season and differ from campsite to campsite. Boats must be up to 5 or 6 m long (depending on the campsite ), for larger boats you need to reserve a place in the marina. You will find detailed information about the desired campsite on the separate pages of the campsites.
Are there electric charging stations for cars at campsites in the Split region?
You can find electric car chargers in most of the larger campsites and there is a charge for them. If the campsites do not contain electric charging stations, they can be found in nearby larger cities in the region. You can check the exact data on the separate pages of the campsites or here https://chargemap.com/map.

Fully flexible booking

Due to the uncertain travel situation, it is important to book flexibly. At AdriaCamps you can cancel this accommodation free of charge up to a few days before your arrival.