The beaches of Vrsar have all been awarded Blue Flag status so are beautifully clean and well maintained.
Belvedere Resort – a very large self catering resort, mostly fine gravel beach but there is also a children’s beach and natural shade from pine trees. There are sun-loungers and parasol to rent and showers on the beach.
Valkanela Camp Site – fine gravel beach, with some sections paved with Istrian limestone. The campsite location means that everything you need close at hand – there is usually a water park for the children in the shallows and nearby there is beach volleyball and all kinds of water sports – also a grassy area which is nice for younger children.
Koversada Beach is by a well established camping area. The 5km long beach is located at the entrance to the Limski kanal, near Vrsar. There are numerous small pebble coves and also one larger sandy beach which is the most popular and also contains an adapted sea access for people with accessibility problems. There are pedal boats etc for rent and there area few shops, cafe bars and restaurants, together with showers, changing rooms and public toilets. Helpfully, parking is free.
Exceptionally beautiful beaches can be found on the Island of Sveti Juraj (Saint George), in Vrsar bay. The main beach areas are in the centre part of the island where the island is at its narrowest, and there are several tiny sandy coves dotted around too. It is very popular with families, and boats go out daily or it’s close enough to swim.
There are also several hiking trails across the island.
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