A wad of cash for some of Istria’s campsites.
As Glas Istre writes on the 28th of March, 2018, when it comes to Istria’s varied tourist offer, the areas covered by the municipalities of Vrsar and Funtana definitely belong to the strongest, most attractive camping destinations in all of Istria, both by the number of autocamps located there, and by the sheer level of accommodation capacity they have available.
Ten camps on eight kilometres!
This beautiful area boasts some more than exceptional natural beauty, coupled with a wide array of rich cultural heritage. Outstanding locations, stunning nature, topped off with the crystal clear sea, are just made for enjoying the great outdoors. Excellent camping facilities, properly preserved nature, the professionalism and courtesy of staff, a variety of sports, entertainment and culinary events, which combine both summertime and cultural events, are just a few steps away from the campsites in Vrsar and Funtana.
It is precisely these impressive Istrian attributes that this destination boasts which have been successfully and easily attracting campers lovers of the outdoors and active holidays for decades, from all over Europe and from around the world, who, once they arrive at this destination and experience the wide array of what it has on offer, return time and time again.
Of the ten listed, three of the camps are owned by Rovinj’s Maistra, three are owned by the Poreč’s Blue Lagoon (Plava Laguna) and two belong to Poreč’s Valamar Riviera.
There are also two family-run campsites, one owned by the Vukušić family, and the other by the Davidović family. Out of the aforementioned ten, two are naturist, these are the legendary Koversada, owing to which Vrsar can thank its tourist increase, as well as Naturist camp Istra located in Funtana.
The capacity of all of the camps stands at a huge 29,000 accommodation units, and back in 2017, they proved their immense popularity with tourists by realising a very impressive 2.4 million overnight stays.