The Average Camping Prices and TOP Quality Camps in Croatia
According to German ADAC, the average quality of Croatian camps in 2019 increased by 3% with the biggest individual growth of 14.3% seen in wider Šibenik region. How does this increase in the overall quality affect the average camping prices in Croatia?
Honestly, not that much.
Top quality camps are in Istria
Accordingly, the average price per service is somewhat spicier.
However, we deliberately excluded the prices of the most expensive camps because, well, why the hell not? The fact that you are searching for the price list, tells us that you want a more balanced experience. A great camp at affordable prices, not some cheap dump, isn’t that right?
Therefore, what we’re gonna do here to present you with the average camping prices in Croatia using the average of several camps along the coastline to get the more precise results. Super small camps and the ones that didn’t impress us in any way, regardless of the prices, were also excluded.
The average camping prices in Croatia, prime time (July, August), adults
A non-parceled lot without electricity goes for €10 a day, plus €12 per person per night.
A non-parceled with electricity is €14 plus that per person per night fee.
A standard lot with electricity is €16 plus that, well, you know.
A comfort lot with electricity and water is €20, plus blah, blah.
A premium lot with electricity and water will go for the average of €25.
If it’s in the sea zone, the price jumps to €30+.
Now, some camps have a special thing for dogs, for example, so they don’t charge any extra. However, there are camps, especially those up-scaled, that will charge you an extra of €5-6 EUR per dog. So do check that out during the selection process.
You will also have to pay a one-time fee of €1.20 plus sojourn tax that’s on average €1.15 per adult per night. Kids up to the age of twelve are excluded. From 12 to 17(99), 50% discount applies.
If you are interested in mobile homes...
On average, a 6-person accommodation mobile home, during prime season, goes anywhere from €100 to €250 per day. It depends on the location. Closer it is to the sea zone, spicier it gets. More stars on the camp’s entrance, well, you can guess how that affects the price.
Hope our days in daunting calculations and like gazillion phone calls and web swipes paid off. However, if we missed something or you want to find out the prices and other useful information about some specific camp, don’t just google it. Instead, give us a call and we’ll get back to you A.S.A.P. After all, you want insider information.
For example, maybe some camp attracted your attention. The visuals they are using on the website are simply breathtaking. Is it really like that down there or is someone simply fabricating or overhauling things a bit? We are here to tell you the truth.
Your CTC Team, I.K.