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These campervans are available at our local depots in Croatia. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Rent a campervan in any of our popular cities in Croatia. Check local campervan availability, popular routes and get expert tips.
The capital of a country that has its roots in a lot of different cultures could only be Zagreb: a captivating city where a bit of something easily multiplies into plenty of everything. With Roman, Jesuit, German, and Italian influences, Zagreb displays old charismatic landmarks, infinite war statues, and at the same time modern, off-beat buildings.
Split is an old city with a young heart and heaps of activities to pump it up. Striking the sweet spot between tradition and novelty, Croatia’s second biggest city and Dalmatia’s first is a revelation.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Croatia
The price of a litre of diesel for your campervan hire in Croatia is average when compared with other European countries, which is great for extended road trips.
Speeding limits when driving your motorhome rental in Croatia are 130km/h (81mph) on freeways, 110km/h (68mph) on express roads, and regional roads have speeding limits of 90km/h (56mph).
Highways in the country are well maintained and are the main transport network for your van hire in Croatia.
Croatia has tolls on motorways, where you need to follow a ticket system.
Although possible, wild camping is not well accepted in the country. However, you have proper parking spots, paid or free to use, to spend a good night’s sleep in your RV rental in Croatia.
Croatia is an accessible country when we talk about the cost of living. A mid-range three-course meal for two costs about 220.00kn (€29.70).
Croatia can be divided into three different climatic regions: the north, with cold winters and hot summers; central Croatia with an alpine climate; and the Adriatic coast characterized by its cool, rainy winters, and hot, dry summers. Winter temperatures can go as low as -5°C, and summer temperatures go as high as 30°C.
Explore the flavours of Croatia with traditional dishes such as Meso z tiblice, Lobster from Dalmatia, Pogača bread, or even the popular and unmissable Goulash. Vegetarian food is widely available; just ask.
From crystal coastlines and sparkling islands, along the hills of tasty truffles and prized wines, to breathtaking parks and venetian sites, Croatia is made up of the finer things in life.
The Adriatic glisters ethereal shades of green and blue, miniature waves wash over golden shores, and you’re baking in the glowing sun, daydreaming of life in Split as a Roman emperor. Croatia is the stuff dreams are made of. Not just its 1,800-km-long coastline, dotted with idyllic beaches and ancient towns, but the whole country. Covered in dense forests, pristine lakes, and rolling hills, Croatia is a road trip paradise. It’s also the perfect doorway to the vast and untapped treasures of Central and Eastern Europe. Or the icing on the cake that is your odyssey along the Mediterranean coast. Whichever way your adventure goes, it starts off right when you hire a campervan in Croatia!
Rent a motorhome in Croatia and dive headfirst in a sea of pleasures––an endless ocean where nature sets the pace, delicate tastes colour your palette, the nightlife rules out sleep all together, and history becomes art in ruins and monuments. For a strikingly-modern twist, visit the country’s capital and core of contemporary art, Zagreb, with huge museums and galleries, like the Mimara Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Museum of Broken Relationships. Yes, the last one actually exists––and it’s a poetic testimony to the frailty of the human heart. Next, go wild and explore a thousand islands with names like Brač, Pág, Mjet, Vis, Krk, Rab, and Cres. Say that out loud a few times; can you feel the sun warming your skin already? Make extended stops in Croatia’s national parks to find out how many hues of green you didn’t know exist. Krka National Park with its gorgeous falls, and Plitvice Lakes National Park with its terraced lakes, are just two examples out of a list of many breathtaking parks. Lastly, treat yourself to the spoils of the Adriatic––fresh lobster, clams, scallops––straight from the ocean’s depths, right on top of your plate. The final ingredients to your campervan hire road trip in Croatia are the earthy flavours of locally-sourced olive oil, wine, and truffle!
*IMPORTANT: Our protection plans do not allow you to take our campervans into Montenegro, Bosnia or Serbia. If you want to get from Split or Zagreb to Dubrovnik by road, you would need to go through Bosnia, which is not allowed. Therefore, the best option will be to use a ferry for that part of the trip.