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This user friendly internet guide contains information about beautiful Croatia.
 

Croatian Camping

Those who wish to get in closer contact with nature will prefer camping to the hotels. Gorgeous Croatian landscapes, over thousand islands, clean and well-kept beaches, beautiful bays and peninsulas, all making Croatia magnificent and idyllic place to enjoy. Croatia has 226 large camps and 278 small private camps. The total accommodation capacity of the camps is 223,900 persons, 9.991 in small private camps with up to 7 accommodation camping units.

Some of the numerous campsites are for naturists. There are 12 naturist camps altogether, 6 in Istria, 4 in Kvarner and 2 in Dalmatia.They are well equipped with all modern conveniences and many of them are visited every year by their regular customers. Few campsites in Europe attract as many guests.

Camping in Croatia

Croatia is a country where camps are incorporated in the preserved and exceptionally beautiful nature and most of them are situated right by the sea. The camps account for 23.7% of the overall accommodation capacities in Croatia. In the year 2008, the camps had 13,721,359 overnights, which is 3.39% more as compared to the year 2007.

GENERAL INFO

Water: Tap water is drinkable in all parts of Croatia!

Croatian Electricity: 220 V, 50 Hz

Croatian Money: Kuna (1 kuna = 100 lipa).

Phone: International dialling code for Croatia is 385. Phone cards, which are sold at post offices and newspaper kiosks, are used for all public telephones. Calls to foreign countries can be made directly from any telephone. CLICK HERE to access important phone numbers.

Money: Foreign currency is exchanged in the banks, exchange offices, travel agencies, hotels, camps, marinas. Cheques are cashed in the banks.

Customs: Professional and technical equipment of a high value should be reported at the border. To access important custom info for travelers to Croatia CLICK HERE

Shopping: Most of the shops are open from 8a.m till 8.p.m on workdays, and till 2p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays; during the season, even longer.

Post Offices: Post offices are open 7a.m. to 7.p.m. on working days; from 7a.m. to 4.p.m. in smaller towns and villages, and some are working split shifts. In major cities and in tourist resorts, post offices on duty are open till 9p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Public Services & Related Offices: Public services and offices work from 8a.m. to 4p.m from Monday to Friday.

Croatian Environment Protection: Protection of biodiversity is in accordance with the valid EU regulations. As regards bathing, the  sea at the Croatian Adriatic is of high quality according to EU criteria. In case of an accident or pollution of the sea, please advise the National Centre for Search and Rescue at Sea to the telephone 9155 (toll-free phone) which is included in the network of international institutions of the same level. In case of an extraordinary pollution of the environment on the mainland, please inform the National Centre for Notification,  the telephone number 985 or the Police the telephone number 92. 
Additional information about environment and health care:Tel: 0800 200 037  Web site: www.mzopu.hr

More Info: For more useful info and links about Croatia CLICK HERE

MEDICAL SERVICE

Foreign tourists do not pay for medical services if the Health Care Convention was signed between Croatia and the country they come from. 

Expenses of health services provided to persons coming from the countries with which the Health Care Convention was not signed are charged directly to users according to the price list.

There are hospitals and clinics in all the major towns, and health centres, as well as pharmacies, in all smaller places. For patients whose lives are in danger, there is emergency transport by air (helicopter) or sea (speedboat).

Emergency Medical Assistance: Phone number 94


MEDICAL SERVICE FOR ANIMALS: There is a network of veterinary clinics and centres in Croatia.
E-mail: veterinarstvo@zg.tel.hr; Web site: www.veterinarstvo.hr

Accompanied dogs and cats must have an International Certificate issued by an authorized veterinarian evidencing that at least 15 days, but not more than six months, passed since the vaccination against rabies.
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Camping Info - From Tourist Information Service

Croatian Camping Union - For those who love the sun, sea and Mediteranean climate and want to get away from life's daily routine, Croatian campgrounds are ideal.
Discover Beautiful Croatia - Visit Croatia and you will never forget the unforgettable natural beauty of the place where the Mediterranean, the Alps and the Pannonian plain come together.
Croatian National Parks - Of the eight national parks, four are in the mountain regions (Risnjak, Paklenica, Velebit and the Plitvice Lakes) and four are in the coastal area (Kornati, Mljet, Brijuni and Krka).
Croatian Nature Parks & Strict Reserves - Croatia can pride itself on its unpolluted environment and abundant plant and animal life outside the areas under protection.

Croatian Adriatic Coast - The Jewel of the Mediterranean - Long beaches, the rocks reflected in the sea, a pleasant rest away from the pressure of a business, the bustle of the big city and a total escape from the drudgery of everyday life. The rugged coast of the Croatian Adriatic is perfect for nautical tourism. Croatia has been described as the vacation and a sailing boat paradise.
Croatian City Guide - The other dimension of Croatia is the urban culture: towns are more numerous here than in any other part of Southeastern Europe.
Croatian Accommodations Info - Croatia offers great accommodations for business and pleasure. After all, tourism in the modern sense began in Croatia in the 19th century.
Croatian Government - Croatia is a multiparty parliamentary republic. Capital city is Zagreb, the economic, traffic, cultural and academic centre.
Visit Zagreb - Croatian gorgeous capital city has been a focal point of culture and science, and now this charming city is the hub of the business, academic, cultural, artistic and sporting worlds in Croatia.
Croatian Islands - Croatia has an impressive number of over 1000 islands, reefs and cliffs. A vast majority of the Adriatic sea islands are located near the northeastern, Croatian coast.
Croatian Gastronomy & Related Info - Traditional Croatian cuisine is represented by a full table of high quality specialties. Variety of quality food is huge and every town, not to mention that every region has it's own local specialties.
Useful Info About Croatia - Important info for travelers to Croatia.
Croatia Phone Numbers - Important phone numbers in Croatia.
Croatia - Photo Gallery - Click here to see images and virtual tours of Croatia.
Croatia Naturally - Guide to naturism in Croatia.
Camping in Kvarner - Camping in the Kvarner Bay. List of campgrounds with addresses, phones, map.
Pula - Camping Sites - Pula represents a very fine combination of the old and modern city where many famous writers and composers have found inspiration for their masterpieces. 

 
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