Embraced by nature, campsites in Makarska offer true camping charms.
With its unique look, Makarska charms every visitor. The background that rises above the cobbled streets of the city fascinates its guests. Makarska Riviera hides some of the most famous and most visited beaches on the Adriatic and the offer of accommodation should not disappoint either.
That is why the campsites in Makarska are richly equipped with functional mobile homes of various capacities and apartments in the middle of nature. Pine-shaded plots offer electricity and water connections and are located close to the sea. Pebble beaches, due to the gentle entrance, are popular among families with small children and in combination with dense pine forests form an ideal escape from the summer heat.
What is the easiest way to get to the campsites in Makarska with a camper or camper trailer?
Guests from Germany and western Austria, as well as Liechtenstein and eastern Switzerland, usually travel through Slovenia, but because of the traffic jams at the Karavanke tunnel, they often detour through Italy (Villach - Udine - Trieste - Rijeka - Makarska). Guests from the eastern part of Austria travel through Slovenia (Graz - Maribor - Ljubljana - Rijeka - Makarska), while those from the central and western part of Switzerland travel through Italy (Lugano - Milan - Venice - Trieste - Rijeka - Makarska). Guests from the Czech Republic and Slovakia travel through Austria and Slovenia (Vienna - Graz - Maribor - Ljubljana - Rijeka - Makarska), and guests from Italy travel through Slovenia (Trieste - Rijeka - Makarska). Central Dalmatia can also be reached by ferry from Italy, which departs from the port of Ancona and docks at the port of Split. Once in Split, it is an hour's drive to the campsites in Makarska. If you are coming from Italy, we have described a detour that will allow you to avoid paying the vignette in Slovenia: https://adriacamps.com/en/news/how-to-avoid-slovenian-vignette-your-way-to-croatia/.
What is the best way to move in and around the campsites?
Inside the campsites, guests usually get around by bike, e-scooter or on foot. If you don't have your own bike, you can rent one at most campsites. There is a city bus that runs through Makarska, connecting different parts of the city. A suburban bus connects it with the surrounding coastal towns. The easiest way to get around Makarska is by car.
Do the campsites in Makarska offer activities throughout the season?
Yes, campsite guests can enjoy various entertainment programs in the summer months. There is also a handful of fun activities at sea, such as renting pedal boats or SUPs, but also the possibility of surfing, diving, sailing, etc. Please note that the activities organized as part of the animation program are free, but all other activities are subject to additional fees. For more information about the activities available at each campsite, check out the individual campsite pages. You can enjoy various activities outside the campsites as well, for example:
• Swimming on the beaches of the Makarska Riviera
• Skywalk Biokovo
• Trip to Split
• Trip to the surrounding islands - Brač, Šolta
Which are the best pet-friendly campsites in Makarska?
Pets are allowed in all our campsites in Makarska, but be sure to check the pages of the individual campsites to see if pets are allowed without further inquiry or upon request.
What are the facilities for pets at the campsites in Makarska?
All our campsites in Makarska have pet-friendly beaches, and some have pet-friendly showers. There is also a veterinary clinic in Makarska.
What are the pitches in the campsites in Makarska equipped with?
Pitches in the campsites are equipped with electricity, water and sewerage hook-ups. Most pitches have electricity and water hook-ups, while drainage hook-ups are less common. These services are included in the price of the campsite. Please note that you will need a CEE adapter to connect to electricity, and that the power of the connection is usually 10A. Only a few campsites have connections up to 16A. You will find all the necessary information about the availability of hook-ups on the pages of the individual campsites.
Is barbecuing allowed in the campsites in Makarska?
Barbecuing is allowed in designated barbecue areas. Some campsites allow barbecuing on the pitches, so please check the campsite pages for details.
What shops can I find nearby?
Each campsite has a supermarket and a mini-market. In addition, you will find other grocery stores in the area:
• Tommy - Europske zajednice 1, 21300, Makarska
• Lidl - Europske zajednice 2, 21300, Makarska
• Kaufland - Stjepana Ivičevića 66, 21300, Makarska
Stores selling camping equipment:
• Iglu Šport - Bana Josipa Jelačića 11, 21000, Split
What kind of restaurants can I find in and around the campsites in Makarska?
In the campsites in Makarska you will find à la carte restaurants. At the campsite Baško polje you can also book a breakfast or half board service (reservations are made at the reception upon arrival). In the town of Makarska you will find restaurants serving traditional dishes as well as international specialties. Some of the most famous restaurants are "Bounty", "Gastro Diva", "Papar Grill", tavern "Kalalarga". Before visiting a particular restaurant, be sure to check the menu and prices so that you can choose what suits your taste.
What are the beaches like in and around the campsites in Makarska?
At the campsites in Makarska you will find pebble and rocky beaches. On most of the beaches it is possible to practice various water sports (for an additional fee). Numerous beaches along the Makarska Riviera have been awarded the Blue Flag. Sunbeds and umbrellas in the campsites are charged according to the campsite price list valid for the current year.
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.