Since the Middle Ages, Vrsar has been situated on a prominent hill by the sea, which gave rise to excellent viewpoints overlooking the local islands, islets, bays and inlets. The views of the island of Sveti Juraj, Vrsar quayside and marina, Church of St Mary of the Sea, and the abandoned Montraker quarry contribute to the value of the Vrsar viewpoints. The views of the old town of Vrsar, old stone houses built in the traditional style and distinct uniqueness of chimneys that dominate the houses in the old town centre are particularly cherished.
The largest viewpoint is located beneath the Church of St Anthony of Padua, just below the Small Gate of Vrsar.
Located behind the parish Church of St Martin, with a view stretching toward the north, of Valkanela and the Funtana archipelago.
A small viewpoint looking toward the northwest, distinct for its stylised sculpture of a man and woman, called Bepo and Tonina.
This viewpoint too contains a bench in the form of an artwork made of Istrian stone.
On the shore of Lim Bay there are numerous locations and suitable spots for viewing that natural phenomenon.