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The surface of the Republic of Croatia is 56 594 km2, and the number of inhabitants is around 4,4 million, with the average population density of 77,8 inhabitants per km2.

Despite being the youngest member of the European Union, Croatia has been a favorite coast camping destination for a long time. This fact does not come as a surprise considering its beauty and natural richness, as well as the great offer of campsites in Croatia.

Croatia's nature is exceptionally well preserved, with 8 National Park and 11 Nature Parks, as well as 1.777 km of coastline with countless hidden coves and beautiful beaches and as many as 1.185 islands and sea rocks. Similar to nature, cultural heritage is also extremely well preserved: Croatia has 7 UNESCO protected spots, including the cities of Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik. Another Croatia’s quality that our guests are in love with is the gastro offer enriched with many healthy traditional meals.

Campsites in Croatia

Almost one third of all guests in Croatia choose accommodation in campsites, and an ideal camping vacation is guaranteed by the safety and friendly atmosphere in the campsites, situated on the most attractive locations along the entire coastline as well as in the inland. A large number of guests that visit Croatia stop in Istria, because it is closer to the rest of the Europe and over the years it has acquired the reputation of the best tourist region in Croatia. However, visiting Dalmatia our guests discover a special world where the natural beauties and the traditional way of life are intertwined, especially in the smaller towns.

Campsites in Croatia follow European trends in equipment and service offer. This is reflected in their membership and high rating by distinguished European camping clubs, such as ADAC, ANWB, ACSI and It is important to point out that every year there are more campings in Croatia which are open all year round, and camping Galeb is one of them.