Marina Vrsar is rich in culinary perks and is situated on the western coast of Istria. There is one of the most beautiful archipelagos with 18 uninhabitable islets in front of it. It includes 200 berths, out of which 40 are in the dry dock. Tourists can visit Koversada Camp next to it, which is the largest of its kind in Europe.
Visitors will be faced with a mild Mediterranean climate. It is possible to trace the town's name to different origins including Ursaria, Orsaria, Vrsarium. The 17th-century church of St. Foska is there as well as the three-naval basilica of St. Mary of the Sea. The Church of St. Anthony, built in the Renaissance-Baroque style, is also from the 17th century. Bridges, churches and Venetian palaces were constructed with a well-known Vrsar stone called Pietra Orser.