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Camping Holidays in Croatia

Croatia boasts miles of immaculate coastline and countless remote islands in crystal waters. Enjoy the unique tastes and traditions of an amazing unspoilt, undiscovered corner of Europe.

Our mobile home and camping holidays in Croatia are at a beautiful Istrian holiday park, Bi Village, located on the Northern tip of Croatia, where the unspoilt coastline meets the Ucka mountains.


A third of the way down Istria's handsome coastline, projecting like a jewel-encrusted finger into the glistening, turquoise Adriatic Sea, Rovinj is a perfectly symmetrical peninsula complete with `ready-made' natural harbour, protected by St Nicholas island.
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Croatia is still Europe's best kept secret. Immaculate beaches, countless islands set in a crystal sea, against a backdrop of majestic mountains. An unforgettable experience for the whole family. Just around the corner from Italy, directly opposite the calf of its high-heeled `leg', lies the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia.
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St Donat’s Church is one of the best preserved pre-Romanesque buildings in the world. Today this is no longer used for religious ceremonies and is now a museum and holds a number of classical concerts - A great way to revive a piece of history.
Pula - The small Roman theatre on the north slopes of the central slop of the city is the remains of the small roman theatre. This is just one of three 3 small Roman theatre’s left in the city of Pula. 


Birikin - Said to offer ‘The best pizza in Porec’ with their wood fire stove and over 30 different pizza choices, this is a real family restaurant with something for everyone. A quirky little restaurant with lovely atmosphere.
What to eat & drink in Croatia


Al Fresco camping holidays in Croatia are based on mobile home accommodation giving you a real home from home feel and a place to barbecue with family and friends.
With 6000 kms of coastline and over 1000 islands (only 50 populated) seafood's the big attraction so whilst camping in Croatia why not try the scampi, prstaci (shellfish) and Dalmatian Brodet, a scrummy stew made with mixed fish and served with rice.
Croatians are crazy about Cevapcic - a dish of sausage shaped meatballs. Wine wise, go for the Istrian wines Malvasia and Teran.
What to see & do in Croatia


With over 300 years of history, ancient Pula, just 5 miles from Bi Village campsite, is home to the sixth largest Roman amphitheatre in the world and is arguably the most beautiful and elegant in Croatia.
Pack your camera for your family holiday in Croatia because it is home to eight stunning national parks, mostly dotted along the Adriatic coast. Porec is a charming historic town in Croatia and tourist haven with a heavenly coastline to explore during your mobile home holiday with Al Fresco.