I highly recommend this hotel to anyone from parents with young kids, young couples, to anyone. really! its quiet, not far from the city center (Vrsar is a little village with old houses - i love it!) with a pool & a beautiful view to the sea. i could see the sea from my bed! :) There is half board, breakfast buffet, served dinner with a choice of menu. The staff is great, they are very friendly & helpful!
There is an open-air sea-water swimming pool with a sunny terrace. The outdoor swimming pool of Belvedere is at the disposal of the Panorama Hotel guests. There is a sports centre not far. Rooms with a sea-view: awesome :)
Camping site with direct access to the beach. The beach has no sand but rocks and pebbles.
There are just few showers/toilets so check the distance first.
The toilets are OK but some of them do not have toilet-seats.
The showers are good, some of them force you to press a button while taking a shower, the water stops as you release that button - saves water but is annoying.
You have to be quite from midnight to 6 am, so check your neigbours if you are travelling with kids.
Croatia was the first country in Europe to start with the concept of commercial naturist resorts, when in other European countries naturism was limited to member clubs only. Real naturist expansion started in 1960's when first naturist camps were opened in Istra and Dalmatia. The oldest naturist resort in Croatia is Koversada that celebrated in 2001 its 40th anniversary. Koversada is in fact a small islet, today connected by a small bridge with the mainland. The story says that famous adventurer Giacomo Casanova was the first one who took a nude swim in Koversada. But it was Rudolf Halbig from Germany, owner of Miramare travel agency, who, 200 years later - in 1953, recognized Koversada as a perfect naturist destination. At the beginning naturists put up in the village of Vrsar and went to Koversada islet for swimming and sunbathing. In 1961 Koversada became officially opened for naturist tourists (FKK). As Koversada was becoming more popular, the islet became too small and in 1965 resort spread on the nearby shore. Koversada is now one of the largest and the most popular naturist resorts in Europe.
Soon after Koversada, other neighboring naturists resorts opened: Valalta (in 1968), Monsena, Solaris and many other.
Koversada is now 120 ha with close to 3 km of shore.
5000 visitors can be accommodated in the camping, about 100 fully equipped apartments are for rent and about 200 for half or full board.
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