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Dalmatia is a beautiful coastal region that borders the southern half of Croatia, bordering the Adriatic Sea. There are 53 campsites in Dalmatia and you should count on an average of 1401€ in high season for the rental of a mobile home. What makes Dalmatian campsites so successful is their location by the sea in beautiful natural areas. The coast is full of beautiful islands, so use the map to see the campsites that allow you to easily escape on one of them. We recommend Solaris campsite in Sibenik, Zaton campsite in Zadar and Soline campsite 4 stars in Biograd, all with beautiful swimming pools and water slides. You can also stay at campsite Simuni in Pag or at the imperial campsite in Vodice.
One of the sights not to be missed is Split, Dalmatia's largest coastal town, which dates back to antiquity. The main tourist attraction is the sumptuous Diocletian Palace, built almost 1700 years ago by a Roman emperor, located in the center of the city. From split you have the opportunity to visit the islands of Brac, the island of Hvar known as a party island that attracts thousands of young people from all over the world, and the island of Korcula, better known as the birthplace of the explorer Marco Polo.
We advise you to escape from your campsite for a few hours to visit the city of Zadar, with its varied historical heritage, the most important of which is the beautiful church of Saint Donat, which is easily recognizable by its very high tower. You will have access to the islands of Ugljan and Pasman and the Kornati archipelago, a natural park that is preserved by taking the ferry.
After your campsites visit Sibenik, it is a medieval city from the 10th century. Its main attraction is St. James' Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you want to go on an adventure, you can go to the Krka Natural Park not far from the city in the interior or you have the opportunity to admire the beautiful waterfalls.
Dubrovnik is a medieval town in Southern Dalmatia, whose medieval walls are the most important place to visit, and from Dubrovnik you can visit Mljet, half of which is a nature reserve known for its two lakes connected by the sea.
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