- Period: August 2011
- Weather: Sunny en very hot (40 degrees)
Internet: Available. Many campings also have wifi
ATM's: Available widely
Creditcards: Accepted everywhere
Safety: nothing special
Prices (August 2011)
Value Money: €1 = 7,5 HRK (Kuna)
Fuel: diesel is HRK 9,24 per liter
Camping: between 95 HRK - 290 HRK per night for 2 persons
Visa and border crossing
Entry and Exit, quick easy and free of costs.
For EU citizens no visa needed. Passport should be valid for at least 3 months.
Highlights or not
Rastoke: HRk 20 per person (creditcards accepted). Small old village built on top of a waterfall. Water is running right through the village.
Plitvice Lakes: HRK 110 per person (including train and boot inside the park). Parking HRK 70 per day or HRK 7 per hour. Beautiful park with blue lakes and many waterfalls. Definitely worth a visit. We parked at Parking 1 and walked from lowest lakes to the top. This way you always look up to the waterfalls which is a nicer view than walking the other way.
- Imotski Crater Lakes: there are two lakes. The Blue lake has a nice walk to a view point. Entry is for free.
- Dubrovnik: Very beautiful city. We loved the old city center.
- Dubrovnik City Walls: Although
expensive (70 HRK per person) a walk over the old city walls is great.
Escpecially just before sunset. The views are great and you get a nice
glimps on city life behind the walls.
Zadar Sea Organ: Nice city to visit. Relax at sea listening to the souds of the sea organ.
Toll: A1 Exit 13 - 19 = HRK 32
- Toll: A1 Split to Dubrovnik Exit 25-28 = HRK 14
- Toll: A1 Dubrovnik to Sibenik (exit 22) = HRK 57
Dubrovnik public transport: From Autocamp Solitudo you can get to the old city easy by bus. 12 HRK per person (one way). Bus leave only a few minutes walk from the campsite.
- Camp Z Peter: See
waypoints - No luxury but for us so far the best place in Croatia
- all roads we drove were good tarmac
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Grid: Lat/Lon hddd°mm.mmm"
used during Balkan trip in 2011
N43°25.355 E17°16.355 Gorica
Border Croatia - Bosnia
N43°26.899 E17°12.612 Imotski
Blue Lake. There a nice walk to a viewpoint
N45°37.637 E15°19.221 Mitlika
Border Slovenia - Croatia
N45°23.276 E15°36.814 A1 Karlovac-Plitvice
Autocamp. HRK 95 for 2 persons and car. Nice place, friendly owner, river to swim in, fire place and great outdoor shower
N44°42.724 E15°44.624 A1 Karlovac-Plitvice
Camping Licka Kapa. HRK 120 for 2 persons and a car (no electricity) Basic campsite, friendly owner and hot shower. In the restaurant you can buy delicious Baklava
N43°28.407 E17°10.714 Imotski
Bushcamp in a field near crater lakes
N42°39.727 E18°04.254 Dubrovik
Autocamp Solitudo. Expensive campsite, but the only one near the city center. Easy public transport connections. 288 HRK for 2 persons and a car. Campsite has wifi, laundry and much more facilities.
N43°50.664 E15°37.239 Pirovac
Camp Z Peter. Basic but great campsite. No power and sweet water must be pumped up by hand. You can camp on sea level only a few meters from the sea. HRK 100 per night for 2 persons and a car
N43°27.187 E17°11.865 Imotski
N44°54.370 E15°36.768 Plitvicka
Parking 1. If you park here you will walk the lakes upstream.
N44°11.542 E15°25.527 Posadarje
Camping Posadarje. We did not stay here, but in this small village should be a very basic but great campsite
N45°07.312 E15°35.246 Rastoke
Village built on a waterfall
N44°07.009 E15°15.913 Zadar
N43°26.563 E17°11.994 Imotski
Kunzum Mall. Free wireless internet inside the mall
N44°06.926 E15°13.715 Zadar
Old town + parking
N45°46.442 E15°52.673 Zagreb
Camping Plitvice Zagreb. Old place and OK for transit otherwise do not go here. Off season we could shower in a room