Croatia motorhome country guide

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Believed to be one of the most unspoilt countries in the Mediterranean, tourist information can be found at Croatia joined the EU in 2013.

Campsites, Motorhome Stopovers and Offsite-Parking in Croatia (free wild camping)
There are 526 campsites, over 100 having 1,000 pitches or more, and most campsites are open from the beginning of April to mid October, with a few open all year. The Camping and Caravanning Guide available from the tourist office gives an overall view of what to expect and contains details of 131 large campsites and lists 365 mini camps with 30 pitches maximum. There are 17 naturist beaches and 12 naturist sites. Further naturist information is available in the tourist office publication Naturist Campsite Catalogue.

The Croatian guide to Camping and Caravanning states ‘any form of camping in free areas outside registered camping sites, or parking areas for caravans and motorised campers is forbidden and is punishable by law.’

Driving your motorhome or campervan in Croatia
The Croatian Tourist Map, available from the tourist office, on one side details tourist information the other details roads, including town maps and campsite identification. Road conditions in and around large towns are generally good. Dipped headlights must be used at all times. If you have an accident this must be reported to the police and the police can provide a certificate of damage which will be required at the border. LPG is occasionally available at fuel stations.