Camping Porto Sole


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The three-star Camping Porto Sole is located directly on the adriatic coast in a sheltered bay, with a beautiful view of the crystal clear blue water. The small town of Vrsar is only about 1 kilometre away from the site and you can reach it easily on foot within 10 minutes.
The typical pebble beach directly adjacent to the site stretches for 1.5 kilometres. So you have enough space to find a quiet spot for yourself. From the beach you can look out over the beautiful sea, the bay and the small islands off the coast.

A new swimming pool was built some time ago, so you can choose between the pool and the sea. For all divers! The resort has its own diving centre. Of course, other water sports such as sailing or canoeing can also be practised.

The bars and restaurants have been completely renovated and brought up to date, and there is a supermarket with a sufficiently large assortment for self-catering.

I can only recommend that you visit Vrsar, a very beautiful place with an interesting past. The many uninhabited islands off the coast are also great. If you like to make a day trip, you should go to Porec and Rovinj. In both towns you can still feel the very strong Roman/Italian influence.


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FAQ about Camping Porto Sole in Vrsar

1. Where is the campsite located?

The campsite Porto Sole is located on the west coast of Istria, just five minutes walk from the center of Vrsar. The campsite is situated in a hidden bay overlooking the old town of Vrsar and is connected by a small tourist train. The campsite is surrounded by sea, pine trees and cypresses.

2. How many pitches and rental accommodations does the campsite have?

The campsite Porto Sole has 500 pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes, which are located directly by the sea or in the shade of the forest. The pitches are between 80 and 120 m² in size and have all necessary connections, including internet access. There are also 400 mobile homes with two bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and a terrace.

3. What facilities does the campsite offer?

The campsite Porto Sole offers numerous facilities for a pleasant and entertaining holiday. These include a pool complex with a children’s pool, a dog beach, a beach with Blue Flag, sports fields for tennis, soccer, basketball and volleyball, a diving center and a fitness zone in the open air. There are also children’s playgrounds, a mini-club and an entertainment program. The campsite is also bike-friendly and offers bike paths and bike rental.

4. Is there a supermarket or a restaurant?

Yes, at the campsite Porto Sole you will find a supermarket, a bakery, a newsstand and a stall with fresh fruit and vegetables for your daily shopping. In addition, there are several restaurants and bars that offer you local specialties and refreshments. You can also use the breakfast buffet and dinner at the nearby Hotel Pineta or the barbecue area at the campsite.

5. How can I book the campsite?

You can book the campsite Porto Sole online or by phone or email. The contact details are: Tel. +385 52 800 200.

6. How do I get to the campsite?

You can reach the campsite Porto Sole by car, bus, train or plane. The nearest airport is Pula, which is 54 km or an hour’s drive away. From there you can rent a car or take a bus. The nearest train station is in Pazin, 35 km or 40 minutes drive away. The bus station is in Vrsar, 0.8 km or 10 minutes walk away.

7. What can I do in the area?

In the area around the campsite Porto Sole there are many possibilities for activities and excursions. You can explore nature, cycle or hike along the coast or inland, take boat trips to the nearby islands or try water sports such as sailing, diving or windsurfing. You can also visit the cultural attractions of Vrsar, such as the basilica of Saint Foska, the sculpture park Dušan Džamonja or the aquarium.

8. What attractions are there in the area?

The area around Vrsar is rich in attractions that will amaze you. Some of them are:

  • The Limski Canal: A picturesque bay with steep cliffs and green hills, which is a popular place for mussel farming and fishing.
  • The basilica of Saint Foska: A Romanesque church from the 12th century, dedicated to the patron saint of Vrsar.
  • The sculpture park Dušan Džamonja: An open-air museum with more than 70 artworks by the famous Croatian sculptor.
  • The aquarium: A small but interesting aquarium with more than 100 species of fish and sea animals from the Adriatic Sea.

9. Is the campsite dog-friendly?

Yes, the campsite Porto Sole is dog-friendly and allows pets for an extra charge. There is a special dog beach with showers and sunbeds for your four-legged friend. There is also a veterinarian near the campsite in case you need him.

10. Is there wifi at the campsite?

Yes, at the campsite Porto Sole there is free wifi for all guests. You can register with your device at the reception and use the internet to check your emails, share photos or look for information.

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