Holidays with children in Dalmatia - sun, beach, culture and more
Do you want dream beaches, pools and spectacular rock and lake landscapes during your holidays? Or do you love water sports, hiking and cycling or a stroll through historic city centres that are part of the world cultural heritage? Do you like grilled seafood, ham and cheese specialities, ice cream and other sweet delicacies? Do you look forward to meeting warm, hospitable people during your holidays? Then a 3- or 4-star campsite in Dalmatia is the right place for you.
Beaches, diving bays and a diverse island world on holiday in Dalmatia
Many holiday accommodations in Dalmatia can be found on the Makarska Riviera, which stretches between Split and Dubrovnik. The Kornati islands and around 100 other islands line the Adriatic coast of Dalmatia. Hundreds of species of fish cavort here. The often very clear water is ideal for divers and snorkellers.
Diverse natural wonders under and above water
If you prefer to enjoy the view of shining turquoise water on dry land, explore the coastal cycling or hiking trails. Or you can visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park and the Krka waterfalls. At the Veliki Slap Falls, the water rushes down almost 80 metres from the rocks that shine brightly in the sun!
Pool fun, Mediterranean lifestyle and proximity to the beach - campsites in Dalmatia by the sea
The large, modern campsites and holiday parks of Dalmatia are mostly located directly on the Adriatic Sea. Sandy, pebble and stone beaches alternate. In many places you can also romp in the pool with your loved ones. The little ones, for example, will love the slides or have water fights in the pool castle or on the pirate ship. You can also rent pedal boats and water sports equipment at many campsites in Dalmatia. You can also book sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing or diving courses.
Pure culture on your Croatian holiday in Dalmatia
Visit Dubrovnik, the medieval World Heritage city. The centre of the island town of Trogir is also a World Heritage Site. It can be reached via a bridge. From the church hill you can enjoy a magnificent view of Trogir and the blue Adriatic Sea. Dalmatia's history has been shaped by numerous peoples. In Split, marvel at the Diocletian Palace built by the Romans and the Temple of Jupiter, stroll along the lively Riva Boulevard and relax in a street café.
On Zadar's promenade, culture is also audible for children
Listen to the sounds of the sea organ on the promenade in Zadar, "played" by the waves of the Adriatic. Makarska with its historic monasteries and the church of St. Mark is also worth a visit. Also recommended on a holiday in Dalmatia: A boat trip to the island of Mljet, also called Odysseus Island.
Wellness and active recreation on holiday on the Dalmatian coast
The mild climate also invites you to spend Easter, Whitsun or autumn holidays in Dalmatia. In addition, many holiday resorts offer wellness and spa facilities - and of course football, basketball and beach volleyball courts. Get an overview here at CampGo and find your favourite campsite in Dalmatia.