Camping in Croatia brings you closer to its fascinating wilderness, with eight national parks, numerous protected areas and natures reserves. Enjoy the mild and pleasant climate, both upcountry and along the Mediterranean coast, with small islands, reefs, bays and romantic beaches. Sleep tight under the stars and revive your wild side...
Salt has played a crucial economic role in the history of the Adriatic coast, and continues to do so today. It is an intriguing story, and just one more additional attraction to investigate when taking a break from the beach.
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The art of dry stone walling, know-how and techniques in Croatia were globally recognised in November 2018, when this form of art was added to the Representative List of Intangible UNESCO Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The Via Dinarica trail consists of three main corridors. The blue line follows the Adriatic coast ; the white line covers the high Dinarides; and the green line refers to the continental Dinarides. In Croatia, Via Dinarica passes next to six national parks (Risnjak, Northern Velebit, Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Krka, Mljet) and four nature parks (Učka, Velebit, Vransko Lake, Biokovo).
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