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Suitable for people with disabilities
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Beach suitable for nudists
Dog friendly beach
Main Road Before Beach
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By The Beach
Beach accessShort shoal
Apartment 1299 Vrsar is situated in Vrsar (Region Istria). Apartment 1299 Vrsar has 3 accommodation units: Studio apartment for 2 persons (ID 12342), Apartment for 2 persons with extra bed (ID 12345), Apartment for 4 persons with 2 extra beds and 2 bedrooms (ID 12346).
Apartment 1299 Vrsar is located 500m from the center and 300m from the beach. Apartment 1299 Vrsar is suitable for: Budget accommodation. Check your appartment availability and find out the price, discounts and special offers. We Guarantee you the best possible price. Book online!
Studio apartment for 2 persons (ID 12342) has 2 beds (basic beds: 2 and extra beds: 0). The area of the apartment is 36m2 and is situated on the 0 floor. Studio apartment for 2 persons (ID 12342) has: Internet, Tv. More info about equippment here. Price Studio apartment for 2 persons (ID 12342) is from € 44.40 to € 81.60.
Apartment for 2 persons with extra bed (ID 12345) has 3 beds (basic beds: 2 and extra beds: 1). The area of the apartment is 32m2 and is situated on the 0 floor. Apartment for 2 persons with extra bed (ID 12345) has: Internet, Tv. More info about equippment here. Price Apartment for 2 persons with extra bed (ID 12345) is from € 49.20 to € 81.60.
Apartment for 4 persons with 2 extra beds and 2 bedrooms (ID 12346) has 6 beds (basic beds: 4 and extra beds: 2). The area of the apartment is 60m2 and is situated on the 0 floor. Apartment for 4 persons with 2 extra beds and 2 bedrooms (ID 12346) has: Internet, Tv. More info about equippment here. Price Apartment for 4 persons with 2 extra beds and 2 bedrooms (ID 12346) is from € 74.40 to € 138.00.
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Post office500 m
Emergency room500 m
Hotel swimming pool850 m
Other sports grounds500 m
Gas station500 m
Vrsar is a small fishing village at the western part of Istria coast. It is situated on the hill, which by the development of tourism started to go lower to the sea. The coastline contains the archipelago with 18th small islands, whereas the north part of the port is closed by the peninsula Montraker which became the art workshop of stonemason. This small town has grown into a tourist destination which is full of natural resources, beautiful beaches, coast, hinterland and rich accommodation offers. The long history had started in the Pre- History. In the 1st century BC when the Romans had come, Vrsar had been an important market centre. From the 5th till the end of 8th century Istria was under the Byzantine Rule, and Slavenians had come in the beginning of 7th century and expelling the population and destroying everything what came on their way, including the Antique Vrsar. At the end of 8th century the Feudal Rule of France has started so Istria had come under the Rule of French invader Charles the Great. In the time of 10th till 18th century Vrsar was the administrative centre of the Bishop of Poreč. In 1778 the Venetian senate abolished the church shire at the area of Vrsar and Vrsar came under the Rule of Venetian Doge, and the former properties of Poreč bishops in 19th century became the property of patrician families from Poreč. After the Venetian Rule Vrsar had been under the Rule of Austria- Hungarians till 1805, when it came under the French Rule. After 1813 started the century of Austrian- Hungarian Ruleand lasted till the First World War, after what followed the Italian and German occupation and in 1947 Vrsar became a part of Yugoslavia till the 1991 when it became part of independent Republic of Croatia. More...
Riviera Vrsar - 10 things you can do and see
Koversada is a popular camping site and a tourist resort placed at the entrance to a Limski channel, southern from Vrsar. For many years it has been visited by many naturists from all over the world, families or singles. Within the settlement there are shops, ambulance, restaurants, post office, sport center, terraces with night music and a 5km long beaches. The beaches are rocky and paved, and the main is a sandy beach awarded with a Blue flag. On this beach you can find many extra facilities for kids and adults as well as a large offer of sport activities. You can rent different sports equipments like parasols and deck chairs. Koversada is a small naturist town, connected by a bridge with the same named islet which is reserved for tents. If you are a naturist lover, this is a perfect place that you must visit.
The Lim valley (Limska draga or Limska dolina) is the 35 km long valley of the river Pazinčica, which transforms into the Lim bay (Limski zaljev), a 10 kilometer long estuary. Lim Bay got its name from the Latin word limes meaning border because the bay was a natural border between the two Roman provinces. The Croats sometimes call it Limski kanal (Lim Channel), due to its narrow width. The estuary is sometimes called a fjord, even if it is not in fact a fjord but a ria, because it was not carved by a glacier but by the river eroding the ground on its way to the Adriatic Sea, when the sea level was lower.
Such shapes have been created, some of which are exceptional, such as the 10 meter long and high curtains, a very realistic sculpture of Our Lady, the body of a milkmaid called Milka, the leaning tower of Pisa and snowman the torchbearer-who has become the trade mark of our cave. In one of the atriums you will pass a crater that is 4m wide and 66 m deep which goes down to the underground lakes. And so through five halls, five galleries of abstract and realistic sculptures, a pleasant 40 minute walk, accompanied by our guide and custodian. The excitement of this adventure is also meeting the animals of the underworld. You will see the human fish an endemic animal that lives only in this environment. At the cave's entrance there is a museum showcase where pottery of prehistoric man has been exhibited. Our far ancestors would probably leave the pots during the hot, dry, summer day to collect the precious water, drop by drop.
Visitors' tours are possible everyday except during religious rituals. It is possible to climb up to the steeple and view Porec and its surroundings. The complex of the Euphrasian Basilica represents a significant global monument acknowledged by UNESCO organisation in the year 1997.
Dino Park Funtana
In the 21 century the word extinct does not necessarily mean that one can not become "alive" again. Thanks to the latest computer technology, the dinosaurs are even able to move. Some of the exhibits are designed and made by the companies that participated in the film and documentary production. When you walk through the wooden pedestrian paths in the beautiful karst forest with rocky gorge landscape, you'll see the magnificent giants of the past, and have an unforgettable experience. In addition to this Dinopark can provide a wide range of a different kind of entertainment. The park offers a show where are 800 seats available and variete, circus and magic shows are performed daily. In the Arena there are the internet café, self-service restaurant, dino cinema, children's playground, a museum with dinosaur fossil remains. In the open air there are kids train, trampolines, air castles, carousels. You are invited to see the daily performance of the motorcycle ride on 25m high wire performed by a group of "Flying Devils". Dinopark Funtana offers exciting tracks in the beautiful countryside and a rich entertainment program for the visitors of all ages. One thing is certain, the era of dinosaurs in Istria is just beginning. We would be delighted to welcome you in our park.
Adrenalin on the water slides, relaxation on the Lazy River, or simply enjoying sports – all this and more at the new Aquacolors water park in Poreč. Bring your children or friends and you’ll see that there’s more to Istria than just the sea. Enjoy the best day of your holiday at Aquacolors! You’ll be amazed by the colours, extraordinary shapes and effects. Adrenalin on the water slides, relaxation on the Lazy River, or simply enjoying sports – all this and more at the new Aquacolors water park in Poreč. Bring your children or friends and you’ll see that there’s more to Istria than just the sea. Enjoy the best day of your holiday at Aquacolors!
Parenzana, the route of the former railroad has been turned into a real attraction for hikers and bycicle riders. If you walk or cycle at least over a part of its 78 km route, you will be touched by its tunnels, bridges and viaducts, as well as by its fascinating woodlands and picturesque small towns at the top of the hills among whose town walls you can taste some most delicious regional specialties.
Along the coast between the village of Funtana and the Lim Channel the archaeological zone is stretching containing finds from the Antiquity and Roman times. On several locations remains of Roman country villas (villae rusticae) have been discovered. Abundant traces of Roman private and public buildings have also been found around the bay. Pietro Coppo. an Italian geographer from Isola was the first who. in his book "Del sitto dell Istria" dating from the first half of the 16th century ("On the position of Istria", Venice. 1540), drew attention to the remains of the Roman architecture in the harbour of Vrsar. Referring to them, he wrote: "Along the most part of the coast... there are remains of ancient buildings, what gives evidence that once a number of houses were standing here".At the beginning of the 20th century the Czech archaeologist Anton Gnirs (1875-1933) wrote about some Roman remains in the harbour of Vrsar which had come under the sea due to soil depression.
Harbour equipment from the Roman period shows the existence of brisk trading at that time. In the past the remains of the Roman embankment could also be seen in the harbour. On the southern side of the promontory Montraker. which is bordering the harbour from the north, remains of the Roman necropolis (graveyard) have been discovered, together with a modest sepulchral inventory. The ashes of burned dead bodies used to be put into the urns and then buried. Some ten years ago a Roman cipus (tombstone) from the 2nd century was excavated in the harbour. The tombstone was erected by a husband to his beloved wife. On the cipus the following text is engraved: DIES MANIBUS SECURAE CON1UGI DULCISSIMAE AURELIUS CRAESCES FECIT. (To the house-gods. To the sweet wife Secura. raised by Aurelius Crasces). This is the only Roman epigraphic monument discovered in Vrsar. At present it is kept in the Regional Museum in Poreč". Fragments of late antique sarcophagi have also been found in Vrsar.
Beach Gradska plaža Vrsar
The beach is 500 m away from the old town. It is partly gravel, partly rocky, with paved plateaus. There are various services : two fast food restaurants, two beach bars, a children's park, a sports center, a lift for the disabled.
Beach chairs and umbrellas