Vrsar is a well-known tourist destination situated on the western coast of Istria, close to famous Lim Channel. It is 25 km away from Rovinj and 45 km from Pula (where the closest airport is). In front of Vrsar is one of the most beautiful archipelagos with 18 unpopulated islets covered with Mediterranean plants. The town’s hotels are located close to the sea, along nice beaches, and Vrsar campsites are world-famous; particularly the Koversada nudist camp, which is the largest nudist resort in Europe.
Marina in Vrsar is open year round. It is located on the northern part of harbor and is protected by the island of St. Juraj and the 160 m long breakwater. There are 220 berths and 40 dry berths on land. All have water and power supply. Facilities include a reception office, hotel, restaurant and cafe/bar, sanitary facilities, fuel station, car park and shops. Services include a crane (35 t), dry-berths and repairs.
1) Vrsar – Rovinj - Pula – Mali Losinj – Rab – Ilovik – Pula – Brijuni – Vrsar
2) Vrsar – Pula – Mali Losinj – Rab – Punat (island Krk) – Pomer, Pula – Fazana – Vrsar
3) Vrsar – Veruda, Pula - Unije – Molat – Iz – Zut – Zadar – Simuni (island Pag) – Osor (island Cres) – Rabac - Medulin - Brijuni – Rovinj – Vrsar