Fancy a family trip to Croatia? So here is our guide to organize your trip to Croatia with a child. All the practical information, visits and activities adapted to your children but especially with our feedback on site and the opinions of other traveling parents. This will allow you to have a great time there!
The Croatia family , a trip between turquoise blue coasts of islands and islets, extraordinary lakes and Roman ruins and a destination not too expensive for a holiday with your children ! You can just as easily relax on the few fine sandy beaches, discover the Roman remains, or go on beautiful hikes in magnificent scenery! For the Croatia Family Vacation this is the most important part.
Find in this section all our information to go to Croatia, in the form of text or articles to consult for different opinions and information.
How to get there?
For Parisians and provincials far from the Italian border, prefer the plane. For the inhabitants of Rhone-Alpes and Paca, if there are more than 4 of you to pay for the plane, the car will be more economical. A bit long but with great stages to do in Italy.
- Budget idea used by ourselves or by our traveling parents.
- Around 165 € per day for a family of 4 by renting apartments.
- Night in a 4 campsite in a motorhome for 3 people: € 50
- Baby food: infant milk, potty and diapers
- For infant milk, it is found in pharmacies and supermarkets in large cities. On the other hand, it is difficult to find 2nd age milk.
- For small jars, it’s a bit like in Italy, there are a few small jars but the flavors are not very varied. There are many more small fruit jars but often for the youngest of our babies. Then you have to cook: you can easily find many fruits and vegetables.
- Very few high chairs are in restaurants, so plan a nomad fabric seat or travel booster.
- Very few changing tables except in some high-end campsites in sanitary blocks.
- Bring beach shoes as soon as your child walks to avoid sharp rocks and sea urchins when swimming.
When to go to Croatia?
Croatia can be visited in spring and summer to take advantage of its pleasant temperatures. Be careful, however, the months of July and August are the months of record influx of tourists! If you opt for a more inland trip that isn’t that drawn to the beaches, then fall is also a good time to explore the Croatian countryside.