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10+ best mobile homes in the Dubrovnik region

The south of Croatia has always been one of the most popular tourist destinations. Maybe it’s the location. We all know that good things take time, and that the most beautiful places are the ones that take the longest to get to. And maybe it’s because of the incredible beauty that encircles the whole area. From the Pelješac peninsula, through the coastal towns and all the way to the islands. Either way, your stay in the Dubrovnik region will not disappoint you.

Korčula, Mljet and Lastovo are three islands that adorn the Dubrovnik region. If we had to tell you which one is the most special, we wouldn’t be able to decide. So it’s best to visit all three. On each of them you will be welcomed by a clear sea in at least 5 shades of blue, an incredible richness of the underwater world, a dense pine forest and a night sky filled with millions of stars. And we must not forget to mention the city of Dubrovnik as the center of the region. The unique features of this city are difficult to summarize in one or two sentences, so we invite you to visit the Dubrovnik region today and discover all its charms.

So that you can visit all of the above (and believe us, it is by no means all), we recommend that you rent a mobile home, which will be the starting point of your exploration. In the Dubrovnik region there are fully equipped mobile homes by the sea, as well as glamping tents that will provide you with a special camping experience.

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Superior partial seaview

Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

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  • Surface: 32m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view15-25m from the beach
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed

Standard partial seaview

Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

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  • Surface: 24m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+1
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view15-25m from the beach
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed

Marko Polo

Campsite Port 9 by Aminess, Dubrovnik region, Korčula (Croatia)

  • Surface: 35m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view250-300m from the beach
  • Pets allowedPets allowed

Premium 1. row

Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

  • Surface: 32m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view20-50m from the beach
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed
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Port 9

Campsite Port 9 by Aminess, Dubrovnik region, Korčula (Croatia)

  • Surface: 32m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view250-300m from the beach
  • Pets allowedPets allowed

Glamping Tent

Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

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  • Surface: 18m2
  • Rooms: 1
  • Capacity: 2+2
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed
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Premium

Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

  • Surface: 24m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view150-200m from the beach
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed

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Superior

Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

  • Surface: 32m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view250-300m from the beach
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed
4.4

Excellent

Standard

Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

  • Surface: 24m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view200-250m from the beach
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed

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Campsite Perna, Dubrovnik region, Pelješac (Croatia)

  • Surface: 32m2
  • Rooms: 2
  • Capacity: 4+2
  • Air conditioningAir conditioning
  • Sea view150-200m from the beach
  • WiFiWiFi
  • Pets allowedPets allowed
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Mobile homes by the sea in breathtaking surroundings

It would be a real shame to stay in the Dubrovnik area and miss out on staying in a mobile home with a sea view. Whether it’s in the first, second or third row to the sea, with a full or partial view, it doesn’t matter. What matters is the view, however it may be. In the campsites of the Dubrovnik region, you will be welcomed by mobile homes that are up to 300 meters from the sea. On Pelješac you will find Superior, Standard and Premium mobile homes, equipped to make your stay completely carefree. If you want, you can quickly cook something, and the rest of the time you can relax on the spacious outdoor terrace. With a view of the sea, of course. Some of the houses are only 15 meters from the sea. All mobile homes can accommodate a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 6 people, making them ideal for families or groups of friends. If you plan to bring your pet, don’t worry. All mobile homes will be happy to accommodate your four-legged friend.

For a more robinson-like camping experience with a touch of luxury, choose a glamping tent at the campsite Perna. Tucked away in the shade of Mediterranean trees, just a few steps from the sea, you will have your own oasis of peace. The spacious terrace is ideal for evening drinks under the stars, and the boho interior will ensure a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere. Staying in a glamping tent is a great way to experience the magic of camping with a high level of comfort. From freshly brewed coffee in the morning to comfortable beds at night, you will feel like you are staying in a luxury hotel. So hurry up and book your dream glamping vacation today!

Favorite destinations for a mobile home vacation in Dubrovnik region

Pelješac

Pelješac is the second largest Croatian peninsula and is a favorite destination for gourmands and lovers of active vacation. In the Bay of Mali Ston there is an oyster and mussel farm, delicacies that you can taste all over the peninsula – freshly caught, of course. This can be accompanied by a glass of Plavac wine, whose grapes ripened in the sunny vineyards of Pelješac. Along the southern side of the peninsula lies the Pelješac channel, which is considered a paradise for surfers due to the favorable winds. You may or may not try kite surfing and windsurfing, but you can certainly enjoy the view. From the terrace of your own mobile home, preferably in the first row to the sea. And you can find such accommodation in the campsites on Pelješac.

Island of Korčula

The island of Korčula can be called the pearl of the southern Adriatic for several reasons. The first is certainly the sea. Clean, dense, blue sea that invites you to plunge into its depths and swim across its expanse. Another is the perfectly preserved historical towns, the most prominent of which is Korčula. In addition to the impressive walls that surround the old town, there are also ideally arranged alleys that once protected the town from invaders and now protect it from the wind. The third is the environment. In the immediate vicinity of Korčula there are numerous islands and islets whose charms you can discover on one of the many hop-on hop-off boat tours. To the north lies Pelješac, to the south the island of Lastovo and to the east the island of Mljet. Can it possibly be better? Maybe it can, if you decide to complete your arrival on the island with a stay in a mobile home. Fully equipped, with a Mediterranean touch, in the silence of a pine forest – they are waiting just for you.

Dubrovnik

What can be written about Dubrovnik that hasn’t already been said and written countless times? There are really no words to describe the uniqueness and greatness of this historic city. We will mention the imposing city walls, which offer a spectacular view of the entire city and the endless blue sea. Then Stradun, the main street of the old town, which connects the two city gates. Duke’s Palace, Sponza Palace, Orlando’s Column, Lazaret. The breakwater on Porporela, which has several roles – the main meeting place for young and old, a swimming place and a place with the most beautiful view of the island of Lokrum. And of the midday sun that flashes on the surface of the sea. And how can you not want to stay in this wonderful environment? In the comfort of your own mobile home, with a spacious terrace for all-day enjoyment. Come and see for yourself – Dubrovnik is a truly special place.

Favorite campsites with mobile homes in Dubrovnik region

Campsite Perna

Campsite Perna is located in the shade of a pine forest on the southern side of the Pelješac peninsula. Bathed in the afternoon sun, with access to a pebble beach, this campsite is the ideal place for the most relaxing vacation on the Adriatic. Enjoy the view of the island of Korčula or be one of the spectators cheering on the brave surfers. All this from the terrace of your mobile home. Sounds too good to be true? Believe us, everything on Pelješac is just that. The campsite is a great choice for a vacation with family or friends, and even better for lovers of active vacation. If you have never surfed before, you will have a chance. During breaks from swimming, sunbathing and surfing, you can explore the island on two wheels or go hiking. And when you return, Premium, Standard and Superior ocean view mobile homes will be waiting for you.

Port 9 by Aminess

Campsite Port 9 by Aminess is located not far from the town of Korčula, in a quiet bay that hides a sandy beach. You will certainly not be bored in the campsite. In addition to organized animations for children and adults, there is an outdoor pool, a children’s playground and numerous opportunities to practice various sports. If you have never tried tennis or mini golf, you will have the opportunity to do so. Inside the campsite there is a Marco Polo themed village inspired by the island and the life of this famous explorer. The mobile homes exude a Mediterranean flair, and what makes them special are the details in a rustic style. All mobile homes have a private terrace with a relaxation area.

Tradition and customs of Dubrovnik area

The Dubrovnik region is not only famous for its unbelievably beautiful landscape, but also for its well-preserved folk customs and traditions. If you come to this region, in addition to nature, you will be able to enjoy the scenes that will take you back a few centuries, to simpler times.

If you visit the city of Dubrovnik, you should not miss a performance of “linđo” dance, which has been the most popular dance of the region for 2 centuries. It is danced in pairs, accompanied by an ancient musical instrument called “lijerica”. Apart from Dubrovnik, it is also danced on Mljet, Lastovo, Pelješac and in eastern Herzegovina. However, the most special experience is the performance of “linđo” on Dubrovnik’s Stradun, which in itself exudes a special atmosphere. Which becomes even more special when the dance steps echo through the street.

The island of Korčula is specific for the knightly dance “Moreška, which dates back to the 12th century. This romantic dance with swords is performed only in the town of Korčula during the summer months.

Pelješac and Lastovo cherish customs related to the season of Easter and carnival. There is a folk custom established on Pelješac, which is practiced not only during the carnival season, but also at weddings. It is called “bijeli maškari”, and it consists of a procession in which the participants cover their faces with white scarves. This procession is also characterized by a dance with swords, and one of its essential parts is a rich meal. However, one of the most exceptional carnival customs, which has been declared an intangible cultural asset, is the Lastovo “Poklad”. It is held every year in the town of Lastovo and is known for its rich program that lasts for a month. It usually begins either on the feast of the Three Kings or on the feast of St. Anthony and ends on Ash Wednesday. This spectacle is best experienced in person, and in order to prepare well, study the official pages of “Lastovo carnival”.

There are many reasons to visit the Dubrovnik region, so don’t wait too long. Head to this truly special region today and experience all its beauty. Book a stay at one of our campsites in the Dubrovnik region and spend the best vacation in the comfort of your own mobile home.

Frequently asked questions

Where is the tourist region of Dubrovnik located?
The Dubrovnik Tourist Region is located in the far south of Croatia. The region consists of a karst area with a relatively small amount of arable land and consists of low mountains in the interior and divorced coast. It belongs to her islands Korcula, Mljet, Lastovo and Peljesac Peninsula. Here is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Croatia, the City of Dubrovnik, but it is certainly worth mentioning smaller places such as Cavtat, Orebic and Hvar as well.
How can I get to Dubrovnik in the easiest way possible?
You can reach the Dubrovnik region by car from European countries via border crossings in Slovenia, Hungary and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is important to note that as of 1.1.2023 Croatia is part of Schengen Area and there are no more border controls. They are still active with countries that are not part of the EU. Also, please keep in mind that there might be temporary controls on Schengen borders due to increased risks. During summer months traffic is intensified on Croatian motorways, especially on weekends due to the higher number of arrivals/departures. Payment for highway usage is done at toll stations and you can use your credit card to pay or you can pay in cash. If you book your accommodation via our websites, we will send you detailed information regarding the best routes and the weather forecast in our pre-stay e-mail. There is no vignette system on Croatian highways so you will pay according to the distance you have traveled. Islands can be reached via ferry. The stations, departures as well as the price list can be found on the official Jadrolinija website: https://www.jadrolinija.hr/. Distance of the Split region to European destinations: Munich - 1069 km, ca. 11:30 hours Düsseldorf - 1.700 km, ca. 17:30 hours Frankfurt - 1.481 km, ca. 15 hours Berlin - 1.631 km, ca. 16:30 hours Amsterdam - 1.910 km, ca. 19:30 hours Zürich - 1.364 km, ca. 14:30 hours Beč - 960 km, ca. 9:30 hours Varšava -1.621 km, ca. 16 hours Prag - 1.283 km, ca. 13 hours Budimpešta - 946 km, ca. 9:30 hours Ljubljana - 664 km, ca. 7:30 hours If you are traveling via airplane, these are the airports closest to the Dubrovnik region: Dubrovnik Airport, Dubrovnik Split Airport, Split Zadar Airport, Zadar In this case we recommend you to rent a car directly at the airport or in one of the bigger cities. This will make it easier for you to get around and get to know as much of the region as possible.
I am staying in a mobile home - how can I best explore the region of Dubrovnik?
The easiest way to get around and explore the region of Dubrovnik during your stay in a mobile home is a car. In larger cities, we recommend that you take advantage of a rental of a car. Some of the larger cities in the Dubrovnik region are connected by bus lines and they ride more frequently in the sommer months than during the rest of the year. Transfer services to cities are charged extra and can be reserved on the spot. Advance payment is not needed. Mobile homes located near cities are most often connected to the cities via a seaside promenade or cycling paths - most campsites offer bike rental options. In some campsites, there is a possibility of renting a boat, which is also the best way to explore the islands and hidden bays and beaches.
What is the best time for a stay in a mobile home in Dubrovnik?
The climate in the Dubrovnik region is Mediterranean, with warm and dry summers and mild, rainy winter periods. The average temperature during the coldest period of the year is around 9°C and it reaches 29°C in the warmest period. The warmest months are June, July and August, and the coldest December, January and February. The bathing season runs from May to October, and the sea is the warmest in July and August. If you decide to stay in a mobile home in those months, get ready for high temperatures and more crowds than usual. We recommend that you decide to stay in the pre- and postseason. Then the air temperatures and the sea are very comfortable to swim, and the crowds are much less.
What types of beaches are available to guests of mobile homes in campsites in Dubrovnik?
The beaches that are available to guests of mobile homes in the Dubrovnik region are mostly pebble and rocky beaches. You can also find sandy and naturist beaches, but not so many. They are not located within the campsites, but are spread across the region. In most campsites or near mobile homes, there are designated dog beaches, and you can find more detailed information on the page of the campsite you are interested in. The deck chairs and umbrellas on the beaches in the campsites are charged extra according to the currently valid price list.
What activities are available to me during my stay in Dubrovnik?
Apart from the beaches available throughout the region, guests staying in mobile homes in the Dubrovnik region can visit the City of Dubrovnik, known for the city walls that are part of UNESCO's World Heritage List due to its historical importance. Stradun and the Srđ mountain are also worth mentioning, the latter offering a unique view of the whole city and the coast. In addition to Dubrovnik, the region abounds in smaller cities scattered across the coast and inland. This part of Croatia is also known for its beautiful nature – Mljet National Park and Lastovo Nature Park can be found here and the coast is very indented. Don't miss visiting one of the many islands, of which the Elaphite Islands and Lokrum stand out. More information about individual destinations can be found here: https://tzdubrovnik.hr. You can enjoy a number of events during the season, and for those who love an active holiday, a large number of pedestrian and bicycle trails are available. Gastronomy lovers will also be delighted if staying here. Make sure to try some authentic rožata cake, oysters on Pelješac and some of the many types of wine that are widely known in this area.
What is the average price of mobile homes in Dubrovnik and is it necessary to make a reservation in advance?
The average price of a mobile home (for a week stay) in a mobile home in Dubrovnik and the sorrounding area is between 900 and 1.500 € during pre- and postseason, while in the high season the price is between 1.600 and 2.500 €. The aforementioned accommodation prices are affected by numerous factors, especially the number of persons (or the size of a mobile home or glamping tent), the period of stay, holidays, the facilities, the availability and location (how close it is to the sea). For some mobile homes towels and final cleaning are included in the price, while some of these items are subject to extra charges. You can find the detailed information about this in the booking process. In order to get the best prices, we recommend that you book your mobile home on time (ideally during the Early Booking period) and secure the best available prices.
What are the booking and cancellation policies for mobile homes in Dubrovnik?
If you want to book a mobile home in the Dubrovnik region, keep in mind that in some campsites it is necessary to pay a deposit or the total amount (depending on which price list you have selected) and the rest is paid at the campsite reception upon arrival. In certain cases, it is necessary to enter your credit card details, which will serve as a booking guarantee. The final calculation of the service cost will be made at the campsite reception. After you make a reservation, you can cancel it in some campsites until a few days before your trip, and in some campsites the booking cannot be cancelled for free (this will also depend on the price list you have chosen). In this case, the paid advance payment/total amount or your credit card is charged in accordance with the booking policy. You can check the details of the reservation conditions in the first step of the booking process.
What kind of mobile homes can I find in campsites in Dubrovnik?
You can find various types of mobile homes in the Dubrovnik region, and the campsites are significantly smaller i.e. the capacity of the campsites is smaller. As a rule, mobile homes differ in size, capacity, equipment level and the location of the mobile home itself. Mobile homes usually have a capacity of 4+2. In some campsites, you can also find mobile homes (chalet) with one bedroom that are ideal for couples looking for a quiet and romantic vacation. In most mobile homes pets are allowed (for an extra charge in accordance with the currently valid price list).
What are mobile homes in campites in Dubrovnik usually equipped with?
Most mobile homes in the Dubrovnik region contain a well-equipped kitchen, a bathroom with shower, air conditioning, and a spacious and covered terrace. Mobile homes with one, two or three bedrooms and one or two bathrooms are available. The kitchens in all mobile homes are equipped with dishes and cutlery. The terraces are covered in most cases, and they can be completely fenced and deck chairs and chairs are available. Most glamping tents in the Dubrovnik area are equipped with a private bathroom, a fully furnished kitchen, a comfortable living room and a spacious terrace. You can find all information related to mobile home equipment and glamping tents on the page of your desired campsite by clicking on 'Show all the features' with the accommodation unit you are interested in.
Can guest of mobile homes use the facilities in the campsite for free?
All mobile home guests in the Dubrovnik region have access to free use of beaches and pools inside the campsites. Also, most campsites in and around Split offer free animation programs for all ages during most of the year, with a special emphasis on summer, from mid-June to mid-September. In addition, the guests can use various sport facilities, including volleyball, football, tennis and basketball courts, as well as children's playgrounds, outdoor gyms, golf courses and many other activities. For those who love marine adventures, most campsites offer a chance to enjoy water sports such as diving, surfing, kayak, parasailing, rowing and other similar activities. Keep in mind that some of these activities are available at an extra charge, while the use of sport courts in some campsites is free.
What destinations in Dubrovnik are most popular among guests of mobile homes?
The most popular and well-known destinations in the Dubrovnik region are Dubrovnik, Peljesac and the island of Korcula. In these destinations you can find various mobile homes which differ in capacity, size, location and level of equipment, but are mainly located in the smaller camping areas of the region. The area is ideal for visitors with children, owners of mobile homes or couples.
I am traveling with an electric car – can I charge it on-site in my mobile home?
Electric vehicles cannot be recharged at the mobile home itself, but there are charging stations in the car parks of most campsites. You can find out which campsites have charging stations for electric cars on the pages of the individual campsites. If a particular campsite does not have a charging station, you can find them in the larger towns in Dubrovnik. A detailed overview of all available locations can be found here: https://chargemap.com/map

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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.