In the midst of dense forests, Naturist Park Koversada is hidden directly on the enchanting coast of Croatia. The four-star naturist campsite is located on a small island, nestled between the natural attraction of the Limski Channel (Bazilika Route) and the small coastal town of Vrsar, directly on the turquoise-blue sea of the Adriatic coast of Istria. The guests appreciate the very spacious and unspoilt area with its magnificent trees, extensive green spaces and multi-faceted beaches.
On the kilometre-long shore of the holiday resort you will find sunny plateaus made of natural stone, pebble and rocky beaches, a large sandy area and a fine sandy beach for children. For our four-legged friends, there is a separate dog beach where they can splash around in the crystal-clear water of the Adriatic Sea, as well as dog showers.
The atmosphere at the campsite is both quiet, with plenty of places to go, and lively, with a wide range of activities such as fitness classes, entertainment programmes and lively barbecues with live music. Tennis, volleyball and football can be played on the multi-sports court, there is a mini-golf course and you can paddle around the sea in a canoe or pedalo. The Koversada will delight the little ones with numerous playgrounds and fun children's entertainment in the children's club.
Over the entire site there are several restaurants and bars, which have something to offer for every taste. Pizzeria Balun serves crispy pizzas at any time of day. At the Batana fish restaurant you can enjoy freshly caught fish in the shade of the pines. And the Amfora restaurant offers breakfast and dinner in buffet form. Finally, the grill restaurant Medula scores with a varied offer of excellent meat and fish dishes from the charcoal grill as well as pasta and burger dishes.
The campsite in Istria is appreciated not only for its comprehensive facilities, its idyllic location, but also for the good price-quality ratio of the comfortable rental accommodation.
Around the Naturist Park Koversada there are great cycling and hiking trails through the Mediterranean landscape to culinary or cultural attractions. The forest reserve Kontija, which borders directly on the campsite, promises idyllic walks in the cool shade of the splendid B&Bs.
A particularly popular destination is located near Poreč, in the interior of the earth. Here you can explore the five caves of the Baredine Cave either on your own or on a guided tour. Fascinating stalactite formations, an underground lake and white cave olms await you here. Diving enthusiasts can also marvel at untouched coral reefs and exciting wrecks on the seabed during underwater excursions. Lots of excursions along the Adriatic coast and the tranquil town of Vrsar round off your holiday.