Naturist Settlement Korversada Blesicka
Blesicka bb, Vrsar, 52450, Croatia
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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.
the campground is big with some good restaurant and pizzeria inside, a supermarket and other accomodations...the place is full of marittime pine tree and in the campground there are some dears walking inside.
The campground is on the border of the sea and u can have the opportunity to find a place with see view and direct acsses to the beach.
Not all the campground is naturist, there is a part where you can stay 'dressed'. The price depend on the number of people, if u have a homemobile or a tent......
U can rent a home mobile direct here if u prefere.
View towards the south
From the top of the bell tower, the Limski kanal appears in the background. From the Limski kanal to the outskirts of the town, lies the huge (85 ha) Koversada naturist park (FKK) and camping. Next pictures will offer a closer view.
Close up towards the south
On this close up, also taken from the top of the bell tower, the Limski kanal appears more clearly in the background. In the rear, the hills that hide the city of Rovinj. However, if you enlarge the picture, you will see that the bell tower of Rovinj (10 km, as the crow flies) is pointing up. Koversada naturist park and camping lies from the right to the left of the picture. On the other side of the Limski Kanal, several smaller naturist campgrounds : Valalta appears on the far left, Monsena is in the far right but hidden by the first range of hills.
Vrsar is a typical example of a pitoresque Mediterranean townlet, located 8 km south of Porec, with a recognizable stony architecture and dense streets with arched passages. The group of some fieteen islets in front of the city beautifies the landscape with lots of green surfaces on the land. Koversada, with the coastline of 1 km, is the best known among tourists.
Vrsar is higjly appreciated in the European and world markets as a naturist Mecca where the cult of the naked body, the sun and free nature is nurtured.
Naturist rock beach
Any Young Couple Wants to Share Accommodation in Vrsar?
we are a 22 and 26 sporty fun couple from Prague, Czech republic, planning a holiday in Vrsar, Istria starting July 28th in Koversada, the biggest naturist resort in Europe. It would be nice to share the cost of accommodation in one of the big apartments there with friendly young people. We see it as a holiday full of diving, sailing, swimming, hiking, trips, beach relax...:o)) We don't have to spend the holiday together, of course, but this way we can get better accommodation for good cost as bigger apartments are always cheaper!
Anyone attracted by my offer, email me and we can chat!:o)) email@example.com
Looking forward!! (rain here)
Anyone gone camping in Croatia (Dalmatia, Dubrovnik regions)? Recommend it? I will be there in September.
September it's a very nice time to be in Croatia. There are lots of camping sites and to make your choice you should have a look at the official website www.camping.hr
Keep in mind that throughout Croatia you get naturist camping sites or ordinary camping sites. If you are travelling as a couple it might be nice to be in a naturist camp site, while if you are travelling as a single girl it might be better to stick to ordinary camp sites
Hi, Yes, went last september hired car from dubrovnik, camped at Trsteno (6 miles north of Dubrovnik). Just after a HUGE 700 year old plane tree there's a beautiful small campsite in olive groves next to Aboretum. Owner Nikola is very nice friendly man & only costs about £3 per night - really couldn't enthuse too much about this place! With a car its easy to get around , Dubrovnik is amazing aswell! We also went along Peljesac peninsula to Korcula, then onto Hvar , Split & Trogir - All unmissable places ! We camped for two weeks at several bigger sites with better facilities but Trsteno was easily my favourite campsite. You won't find Methylated spirits in Croatia mind you- our Trangier went home unused! Am going in Sept 07 again this time to see further north Zagreb, Istria , Rab ,Pag & Zadar - I can't wait! happy travelling Jon
One day in Hvar. What to do?
I'll be in Hvar for one day in early June. I have some ideas of what to do there and any suggestion is appreciated.
* visit Hvar town
* visit Stari Grad
* bicycle ride (any rental there?)
* lavender field (i am not a driver, how can I find one?)
Re: One day in Hvar. What to do?
Including an overnight? If not, how many hours?
Are you arriving at Stari Grad or Hvar Grad?
I would start the morning with a walk to the fort overlooking the town (before it is too hot). The town is small, so you should have plenty of time to see it at any point during the day. Make sure you stop for a coffee at some point, as well as an ice cream. I liked Konoba Menego for dinner.
Check at the tourist office for bike rental information--if you are interested in swimming, there is a path along the coast for a while, then you'll have to lock up the bike and walk a bit further. (It's a naturist beach though)
A bike won't do you too much good in Hvar grad itself (many steps). I would not want to ride between Hvar and Stari Grad (too hilly for me), but if you take a bus to SG, I recently read in a different post that there is a nice flat bike path between SG and Jelsa.
Ask the tourist office about lavendar fields.
Depending on how much time you have, walking along the coast was my favorite activity.
Re: One day in Hvar. What to do?
Thanks for your information. I'll be arriving at Hvar town from Korcula, spend one day in Hvar island and then a day trip to Vis & blue cave. Definitely, sun & sea are my favorites.
Naturist Settlement Korversada Blesicka
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Address: Blesicka bb, Vrsar, 52450, Croatia