Naturist Park Koversada Campsite
Croatia, Istria, Vrsar
Alan Rogers Review
According to history, the first naturist on Koversada was the famous adventurer Casanova. Today, Koversada is a first-class enclosed naturist camping holiday park with 1700 pitches, all with access to 10A electricity. The site splits it's camping between the mainland, and it's own island, which is only suitable for tents and is reached by a narrow bridge.
This island also has its own restaurant and two toilet blocks. The pitches are of average size on grass and gravel ground and slightly sloping. Pitches on the mainland are numbered and partly terraced beneath mature pine and olive trees, some with sea views available. Pitches on the island are unmarked and have shade from mature trees. Between the island and the mainland is an enclosed, shallow section of water for swimming. A long beach surrounds the site, part sand, partly paved.
Seventeen toilet blocks provide British and Turkish style toilets, washbasins and controllable hot showers. Facilities for children and disabled visitors. Laundry service. Motorhome services. Supermarket. Kiosks with newspapers and tobacco. Several bars and restaurants. Tennis. Minigolf. Surf boards, canoes and kayaks for hire. Tweety Club for children. Live music. Sports tournaments. Internet access in reception and WiFi throughout (incl in price of pitch). Communal barbecue.
Site is just south of Vrsar. From Vrsar, follow site signs.Link to campsite location map on google
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|N45 8 34||W13 36 18|