Analysis of the camping market in Croatia

Organized by the Croatian Camping Union (KUH), from November 12-14.11.2018, 4. in Terme Tuhelj (Tuheljske Toplice), hotel Well XNUMX *, the largest annual gathering of Croatian camping is held, which will gather more than ...

Organized by the Croatian Camping Union (KUH), from November 12-14.11.2018, 4. in Terme Tuhelj (Tuheljske Toplice), hotel Well XNUMX *, is held the largest annual gathering of Croatian camping, which will bring together more than 300 representatives of Croatian camping, related institutions and activities as well as related industries.

From the beginning, Croatian Camping Congress, organized by KUH, has established itself as a central gathering of knowledge and experience, education and meetings of representatives of the Croatian camping sector and related activities.

On this occasion, we bring a brief analysis of the camping market in Croatia.

As a rule, camping covers about 20% of the accommodation capacity of the Republic of Croatia, and in 2018, 872 campsites operated in Croatia, with a total accommodation capacity of 250.154 people.

Most overnight stays in camps are realized in the County of Istria, 52% of overnight stays in camps in the Republic of Croatia, followed by the County of Primorje-Gorski Kotar with 19% and the County of Zadar with 11% of overnight stays in camps in the Republic of Croatia. Unfortunately, the segment of continental camps needs to be further strengthened, and today continental camps account for only about 2% of total camping nights.

In 2018, a total of 19,1 million overnight stays and 2,9 million departures were realized in campsites (an increase in overnight stays by 1,1% and arrivals by 2,7% compared to last year), while the main markets are Germany, Slovenia and Austria. , The Netherlands and Italy.

Observing the prices in the camps, according to the analysis of the prices of the camps of Europe by the German ADAC, two adults with a ten-year-old child pay 40,92 euros per night in Croatia, and thus Croatia is in 5th place in terms of camping. Italy is more expensive, at 46,35 euros, but Spain (39,94 euros) and France (36,55 euros) are cheaper.

At the same time, Croatia is today at the top of Europe when we talk about the average quality of camps, and 2018 is especially significant because 2 new camps with 5 * were opened (in Istria camp Santa Marina and on Krk camp Omišalj), and the first Croatian The 100% glamping camp, Arena One 99 Glamping camp in Pula, is pointed out by the Croatian Camping Association (KUH) and added that the investment cycle continues.

"In 2018, our camping offer was enriched with the first tree houses (camp Plitvice Holiday Resort near the Plitvice Lakes National Park). However, the investment process continues so that in 2019 we can announce the opening of a new camp with 5 *, Istria Premium Camping Resort in Istria, and many other camps will continue to invest in increasing quality.”They conclude from KUH.

The largest annual gathering of Croatian camping will be an opportunity to summarize this year's results, but the most important thing is to discuss new trends and products that improve the service in campsites. Find out more about the Croatian Camping Congress in the attachment.

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