HRK: Croatian kuna
Vrsar is an exquisitely beautiful and historic town on Croatia’s stunning Istrian Riviera. Now a vibrant resort, it’s famous for its fantastic water sports, spectacular coastline and fabulous food. All this makes it an ideal destination for your 2021 summer holiday, whether you’re travelling with the family, friends or your partner! The Vrsar archipelago is a string of tiny islands just off the coast, which offer a wealth of activities, including some outstanding diving sites. There is fantastic walking and biking to be had, along with all kinds of other outdoor activities, and culture buffs will enjoy exploring the town’s beautiful historic monuments.
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Your guide to Vrsar holidays
Vrsar and its string of little islets are a fantastic destination for all kinds of holiday-makers. The beautiful coast is indented with a series of miniature bays with shingle beaches (many of which have Blue Flag awards for their facilities and the cleanliness of the water), the sea is impossibly blue, and the range of water sports virtually unlimited. The town itself is an exquisite ensemble of historic buildings, surrounded by hills that you can climb for spectacular views of this breathtaking stretch of coast. There are some superb hiking and biking trails around Vrsar, along with tennis, golf and even a small airfield that offers panoramic flights plus skydiving!
Vrsar is blessed with a spectacular, rugged coastline, which is indented with exquisite little bays. Most of them have small beaches, usually of fine shingle, and many of them have been awarded Blue Flag status for the quality of the water and the wide range of facilities. The most convenient is the main beach in Vrsar itself, a pretty arc of fine shingle sloping into the brilliant, blue sea. Koversada beach, a mixture of rocks and pebbles, has a special area for younger kids, and the best beaches of all are found on the little islet of Sv Juraj (Saint George). The Belvedere beach is one of the best equipped, with sunloungers and parasols for rent, and convenient cafés and restaurants within a short walk.
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