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Croatia Motorhome Hire Locations

Croatia Motorhome Hire and Wohnmobile hire is a fantastic way to get off the beaten track and there is an ample supply of campgrounds in Croatia.Croatia is an amazing country to visit, with fantastic scenery and welcoming locals. Croatia has a long and interesting coastline from Slovenia in the north to Montenegro in the south so a long coastline with a wonderful Mediterranean climate in the summer.
It’s beautiful islands deserve plenty of time for a nice relaxing holiday. The north of the country you may visit the Istria peninsula which has beautiful towns like Porec, Rovinj,Pula, Opatija and the port city of Rijeka. Brijuni island is worth a visit from Pula this was Marshal Titos private island with a Zoo.
The island of Krk is joined by a bridge and the airport servicing Rijeka is located on Krk and all these location especially in the north of Croatia are very Italian and were governed by Italy up to the end of the second world war. The island of Cres lies between Krk and the port of Pula with the town of Mali Losinj at the tip of it. It is possible to take a ferry from Pula to Zadar or from Rijeka to Dubrovnik and it is a lovely way to travel and see the coastline with it mountains in the background.
Pag is another island with it’s beautiful Pag cheese.
Zadar is a great city to visit and has great access with it’s airport serviced in the summer months by many of the budget airline’s.
A motorway now exists between Zagreb to Dubrovnik which make travel much easier as the old coastal road was too busy in the peak summer months. These new roads have a toll but they are well worth the cost if you are in a hurry to get to some locations.
You should take a boat or rent a rib and make a visit to the Kornati island a good place is Murter with it nice restaurants and motorhome and Wohnmobile campgrounds.
Primosten and Trogir are very pretty town and well worth a visit.
Split is basically in the centre of the country with a beautiful city promenade and all the ferries run from here to Hvar and out to Vis.
South of Split is the Makarska coastline and on to Korcula where you may travel via Ston and a short ferry trip to Orebic.
All roads then lead to Dubrovnik and Cavtat and Montenegro and Kotor and on to Albania.

Croatia Motorhome Hire have arranged for motorhome rentals to be available in the following locations:

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Croatia Locations

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How rent a RV in Croatia

Where can I hire in Croatia?

The cheapest location to hire a campervan in Croatia is from Zagreb the capital. Campervans are transferred to other locations like Pula,Zadar,Split and Dubrovnik on request.Kroatien wohnmobilvermietung

If I hire in Croatia can I travel to other countries?

Yes as Croatia is a member of the European Union you may travel to other countries 28 in total. You may also travel to some countries like Montenegro.

Can you pick me up with a Motorhome from an incoming flight in Split airport?

The answer is yes we can meet you at several airports in Croatia.
Split, Dubrovnik,Zadar,Pula,Rijeki and Zagreb are all covered.

Can I do a one way trip in a Motorhome in Croatia?

Yes we can arrange one way trips within Croatia between rental centres eg Dubrovnik to Zagreb or even to Vienna or Budapest. We specialize in one way trips in Europe.

Do I need a visa to travel to Croatia?

A valid passport is required for travel to Croatia. All EU tourist just require a valid passport or ID Card A visa is not required for U.S. passport holders for temporary tourist and business trips up to 90 days (during a six-month period, starting from the day of the first entry). All foreign citizens must register with local police within 24 hours of

Is Croatia considered a safe country to visit?

Yes Croatia is a very friendly and safe country to visit. Violent crime in Croatia is rare, and overall crime levels are quite low, making it extremely safe to travel to Croatia.

Is English spoken in Croatia?

Most Croatians speak another language in fact some are multilingual.
English, German and Italian are the most popular languages spoken.

How safe is it to walk around cities at night in Croatia?

Tourists to Croatia should have no fears about safety in Croatia both at daytime and at night. just use common sense at all time and do not go looking for trouble.Split Waterfront

What currency should I bring on a holiday to Croatia?

I would suggest that the Us Dollar or the Euro are very easily converted. In fact any currency will be exchanged in Croatia.
You may convert to the local currency Kuna on arrival. Many restaurants will gladly take Euro.

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