Vrsar, Istria, official web site for tourist informations

Vrsar, Istria, official web site
for tourist information

Important !

In order to decrease risk of spread of coronavirus, Vrsar Tourist Board office will be closed after March 16th until further notice.

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CANCELED !!! Limes Bike tour , recreational cycling event on 25th April

Among the large number of amateur cycling races on the Istrian peninsula, the Limes Bike Tour organised by the Vrsar Tourist Board is getting more and more important. This event is mainly intended for families with children, but is also open for participants of all ages.

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Casanova Tour

Interactive walk tour with Casanova through romantic Vrsar

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Ocean Lava triathlon, oct. 23.-25.2020.

Ocean Lava Planet has extended its wings with a new event in Croatia. Taking place in Istria, the peninsula situated in the north-west of the country, Ocean Lava Triathlon Vrsar-Croatia takes place on October 23-25, 2020.

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Historical heritage in Vrsar

The name Vrsar (Italian: Orsera) is very old. In Medieval Latin documents the name appeard in different variants: Ursaria, Ursarium, Vrsarium, Orsaria…

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Extreme Sports – Embraced by Adrenaline

Paintball has become one of the most interesting extreme sports over the last twenty years. It has been estimated that around the world more than 15 million people play this game. If you wish for true team adrenaline in a carefree outdoor competition, the surroundings of Vrsar put at your disposal a few fields open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in summer and by appointment in winter.

 


The conquerors of climbing vertical rocks can enjoy the nine well-furbished climbing sites. Lim Bay, Dvigrad, Zlatni rt near Rovinj, Istrian Spa, Raspadalica above Buzet, Vranjska Draga near the Učka Tunnel, a site near Pazin, at Vintijan near Pula and  near Rabac. Rocks are south-oriented and the climbers can soak in the pleasant warmth of the sun even on winter days.

The climbing site of Vrsar, above the Lim Bay, which is sometimes called a fjord, owes its attraction to the fact that it rises above the sea. Close to it, in the ancient Dvigrad, which was vanquished by the plagues in the 17th century when the surviving population established the adjacent Kanfanar, there is a rock face featuring 63 routes.