2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen, magical sea view,
Fani Nezirevic Zolota
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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Bis zu einem kleinen/mittel Hund auf Anfrag
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Bei Ankunft ist vom Gast eine Kaution von €250 in bar zu hinterlegen. Die Kaution wird in bar am Ende der Aufenthalt zurückerstattet.
Anmeldung pro Person € 3,00 einmalig vor Ort in Bar.
Hund pro Tag 6,00 € vor Ort in Bar. Endreinigung für den Hund 25,00 € einmalig vor Ort in Bar.
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
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Do you love the sun, the beach and the sea, plus a wide range of leisure activities? Then Vrsar is just right for you! Vrsar is a small village with only 1700 inhabitants on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula, its Mediterranean character, the small fishing village has preserved until today. Vrsar is located on a beautiful headland bordering the Limski Fjord.
Off the coast of Vrsar is an archipelago of eighteen small, uninhabited islands that are densely overgrown with Mediterranean plants. A sight that you will not forget!
With its picturesque harbor and historic center, Vrsar enchants vacationers from all over the world every year. This region used to be the marble and fishery center of Istria. Vrsar is therefore also known as the "City of Marble". Above the park on the northwest slope you will find a series of impressive sculptures.
The beaches are particularly clean and well maintained in this region, the crystal blue waters of the Adriatic Sea is a dream.
Another special feature in this region is the divided city. On one side is the waterfront, on the other hand, the hilly old town. One has the feeling that the time has stopped fifty years ago.
Vrsar has an interesting story. Relics of old villas and mosaic finds point to the formative Roman period. In the Middle Ages, the city was surrounded by a city wall, of which the city gates still exist today. The parish church of St. Martin represents the highest point of Vrsar and offers a beautiful view over the city. Right next to the parish church is the Palazzo Edbesorsa. A magnificent building that also served as the summer residence of the bishops. A visit to the sculpture park, in which limestone sculptures are exhibited, is definitely recommended.