Belvedere Hotel and Resort

The Belvedere Hotel and Resort teams a close-to-town location with a raft of activities and entertainment.

On a tree-flanked hillside just above a rocky Blue Flag beach, you’ll find standout vistas across the island-speckled sea. Plus, the shops and restaurants of Vrsar are only a couple of minutes away.

At the hotel, the red-roofed apartment buildings, the sea-view restaurant and the sun terrace are linked by steps that weave through the grounds.

The big, curvy pool is the star of the show, though, and the Croatian, continental and Mediterranean food served in the buffet restaurant gets glowing reviews.

Overview of Vrsar

On a holiday to the Istrian Riviera, you’ll have 150 miles of coastline right on your doorstep. The lovely town of Vrsar is one of the highlights of this stretch of coastline, offering lots of natural beauty, a bustling modern marina and fascinating underground caves.

Life is lived at an easy pace in Vrsar, but during your stay at the Belvedere Hotel and Resort, you’ll still find plenty to see and do. Just off the coastline, there are tiny islands to explore, and in the old town, there’s an abundance of historical monuments. Whether you’d rather relax in the tranquil atmosphere or explore offshore, it’s all here.

Things to do in Vrsar

The Belvedere Hotel and Resort overlooks the archipelago and marina. And it’s only 200 metres down a mild slope to the pebble beach. During your stay at the hotel, you’ll get a full run of the facilities at the nearby sports centre, too. Here, you can sign up for activities like beach volleyball and tennis.

If you’re looking to travel further afield, it’s easy to get out and explore because the hotel rents out bikes, kayaks and boats.

If you’d rather enjoy a holiday at a sedate pace, you can get to the old town and market in only five minutes. Here, you can take in the spectacular views and explore its impressive history.

Experience a holiday of a lifetime in Vrsar. From the second you arrive , you’ll understand why the town has become one of the most popular resorts on the Istrian Riviera.

Resort Summary

The village of Vrsar lies on the beautiful coastline of the Adriatic, surrounded by vineyards and rural countryside. Close to the shoreline there’s an archipelago of 18 uninhabited islands, stretching out gracefully as you look out to sea. In Vrsar you can spend the day quietly immersed in nature, or do some hiking and follow winding nature trails into the lush landscape.

Vrsar has several Blue Flag awarded beaches where you’ll find excellent facilities, including Bijela Uvala – a small, rocky beach with swimming platforms where you can sunbathe, take in the views and have a dip in the sea. In the evenings, you’ll also have the chance to enjoy some amazing sunsets.

You may find it useful to know the area is popular with naturists, as one of the world’s first and largest naturist camps is located just south of Vrsar village at Koversada.