Vrsar in Croatia, from Europe region, is best know for Bodies of Water. Discover best things to do in Vrsar with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4 based on 45 reviews
This is neither a channel nor a fjord but it is lovely.
The Lim valley is the 35 km long valley of the river Pazinčica, which transforms into the Lim bay a 10 kilometer long estuary. The Croats sometimes also call it Lim Channel due to its narrow width. The estuary is sometimes called a fjord, although 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.
Worth a visit to a vantage point to have a look.
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4.5 based on 3 reviews
...because of the ancient stone work, this charming Old Town is 10 degrees F hotter than any place within a mile away. Cobblestones have been tread upon for centuries which gives you an opportunity to slip and fall down on the steep, slippery streets. Caution.
3.5 based on 204 reviews
We went there with my 3 yrs old. He really liked it.
The dinosaurses are not too realistic,but they are ok for kids. The rides are small but I think the kids love them. we couldn't see the devil fly show because the driver didn't show up. We were waiting there until we asked someone what was going on. No one warned us to not wait for the show. The other show they have is the circus inside the arena. It was ok, we enjoyed it. The rides are free inside.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Astonishing, 15 centuries of Christianity on one small site. Really exiting. Mosaics are formidable and the view from the tower is memorable.
4 based on 62 reviews
A little walk from vrsar we came across the unassuming Park, after entering we were met with a quiet relaxing area of green with large gens of men art sculptures. Each having its own area complimenting it's interpretation. A lovely hour, there was some builywork going on that restricted other areas so it may be better, if you walk back to vrsar there's a lovely little church that's worth a vist
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Really enjoyed a quiet week here, it was great just wandering around the coast, harbours, shops, and endless choice of restaurants. All good, nobody hassling you, seafood fresh from the boats. Plenty of trips on offer if that's your thing, and the new town is nearby if you need to buy anything other than souvenirs.
5 based on 3 reviews
Believed to be over 2000 years old, traditional Thai massage is an authentic healing art and unique form of body therapy developed by people who used massage not only as a therapeutic method of healing to treat illnesses, but to maintain health and well-being.
For the first time in my life I had real Thai massage - and right on the beach! The feeling was just amazing and surely will go again!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
The Starfish Diving Center is situated since 1996 in Vrsar at the Autocamp Porto Sole directly by the sea and is only a 10 minutes walk away from the city center. Our daily activities include boat trips to the surrounding wrecks and reefs as well as shore diving in the Lim Fjord and on our beach. As a PADI Gold Palm Resort we offer divers education for beginners and advancers according to the standards of PADI.The picturesque fishing village Vrsar is situated on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, near the estuary of the national park Lim Fjord. In Roman times called Ursaria, it was for hundreds of years a region of fishermen and farmers, and known for its good oil, wine and salt. Today Vrsar is an internationally renowned holiday resort, with countless visitors every year.In the surrounding coastal waters are 18 small Islands, which offer not only a beautiful scenery but also wonderful diving sites.
One of the few divings in Northern Croatia which offers unguided dives.
The facility is Ok, so is the location (close to the major hotels and easy to find) and the boat. Although, the dives without a guide are a surprise, especially what for wreck dives and for people with few dives who have to take their own risks). Not all dive sites were worth it (Koversada site is more full of rubbish than fish).
Despite decent equipment I will not return for safety reasons and would not recommend it to anyone.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A pleasant port town in the northern Adriatic Sea with opportunities to explore vinyards, shops and Beaches.
A walk around the port is worth the trip to see what boat trips are available along with any coffee shops or restaurants.
We found a archway that lead to the street running behind the main port front that led to reasonable restaurants, pizza shop and pub.
The boats advertise where they go to and cost to visit.
4 based on 371 reviews
Definitely worth a trip if visiting Porec. We had a great fun day here, some good slides, loved the lazy river with the tranquil music playing, so relaxing and the wave pool was super. Plenty of loungers, good choice of food and drink and reasonable in price too, had a lovely chicken salad at lunch, very tasty.
We got there as it opened...no queues for first few hours, busier early aft, but still got on everything we wanted to.
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