Camping in Vrsar
Camping in Vrsar
You’re surrounded by stunning scenery at the campsite in Vrsar, located in the beautiful Croatian region of Istria. The sea is crystal clear here and the lovely towns of Pula and Rovinj are close by. These are full of interesting historical monuments and museums. Stroll around the shopping areas and enjoy some fine cuisine. The beach is very close to the campsite and slopes gently into the sea, making it perfect for a holiday with children. This Croatian town is right by the see through waters of the Adriatic sea. Don’t forget your water shoes, because there’s a pebble beach. You can also take a dip in one of the campsite’s swimming pools in Vsar. There’s lots of fun sports and games at the campsite. Play some tennis, a round of golf or beach volleyball. There are also many different types of watersports. Kids can enjoy themselves on the trampolines or in one of the many playgrounds. Planning to cook in your mobile home, caravan or tent? Then pop into the campsite’s supermarket where you’ll find all the ingredients to make a tasty meal.Read more
Vrsar - Istria - Croatia
On the coast near Vrsar, with a 3km long pebble beach. A large family campsite with special attention given to youngsters and teenagers. An ideal place for snorkeling and scuba diving.
The surrounding area of Vrsar
The campsite in Vrsar is situated in the beautiful region of Istria. You and your kids can have a great time here. Both at the campsite and in the surrounding area. Vrsar is right by the sea and close to the lovely towns of Rovinj and Pula. Rovinj is roughly 29 km away and is a lively place. Pula is 51 km away and well known for its magnificent historical monuments. Visit them both during your stay at the campsite in Vrsar and get to know the real Istria. Another good tip for your holiday in Vrsar: The National park of Brijuni, which is part of the Brijuni islands. Visit these by boat and you’ll return to the campsite in Vrsar completely rested and serene. You’ll also have some great shots for the photo album. Fun fact: the Brijuni islands has its own safari park. If you’re a fan of both fish and extinct creatures, then go to the fishing town of Futana. It’s not only got the freshest seafood in the area, but also a Dinosaur park with life size replica dinosaurs!