Croatia – Camp Viter
Before coming to Makarska, a camping place in Zaostrog, surrounded by greenery. It’s partly in a town that’s more within the city, with a church, market, a few pubs and restaurants. The sea is right in front of you.
|Distance to City Center||Near|
|Guest Car Parking||YES|
|Guest Caravan Parking||YES|
|Near Super Market||NO|
|Gas Station Near||YES|
|Bar / Mini Bar Nearby||NO|
|Item Shop for Caravans||YES|
|Electric for Caravans||YES|
|Bath / Hot Water||YES|
|Accommodation Point / Room||YES|
|Caravan Loading and Unloading Point||YES|
|Fuel Filling Area||YES|
|Caravan Maintenance Point||YES|
|Caravan Washing Area||YES|
|Requirements for Fire||YES|
|View||Sea View , Forest View|
|by the sea||YES|
|Private Hiking Trail||YES|
|Forest / Greenery||YES|
I am quoting for you the statement they made on their website (you can view it here).
If you drive from Split to Dubrovnik, you’ll come across a small, picturesque place called Zaostrog, almost in between, south of the Makarska riviera. Its favorable geographical and transport location makes Zaostrog and Camp Viter an ideal starting point for one-day excursions not only to the beautiful UNESCO-listed cities, but also to Mostar and Medjugorje, the islands of Hvar and Korcula, and the Peljesac peninsula, which is 90 in all. minutes away from us.
The 1.2-hectare campsite has 122 caravans, campervans and tent sites among olive, laurel and oak trees, offering a choice of shade or sun.