With probably the longest naturism tradition in Europe, the three star Naturist Park Koversada is situated 2 kilometres south of Vrsar on the western coast of Istria.
The camp can accommodate up to 5,000 guests and covers an area of almost 1 million square metres, in a quiet setting featuring 1,000 olive trees and other Mediterranean foliage. Linked to the campsite by a bridge is a small island which is part of the campsite and is reserved for tent camping. The island is considered to be the birthplace of naturism.
With a five kilometre shoreline composed of stone and pebble beaches, the camp also offers two sandy beaches specially for children, as well as a series of entertainment programmes such as the Miss Koversada beauty pageant and themed entertainment programmes with live music.
Recreational sports activities include tennis, basketball, 5-a-side football, handball, beach volleyball ad numerous water sports.
Nearby Vrsar is available for exploration and can be reached via a tourist train that runs between the campsite and the town.