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Why Camping Vestar?

  • Campsite with lots of shade in a real peace of paradise!
  • The crystal clear water in the bay is azure blue
  • Kids favourites: the luxury pool and water playground

Reviews: Guests love it

Guests love it

8.9
Excellent
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
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Campsite information

Camping Vestar

The view over the bay makes your heart beat faster. Islands, gently rocking boats, the sun reflecting off the azure blue and emerald green sea. There you are, with your feet in the water. So lucky to be in such a wonderful location. And campsite Vestar is right here too.

  • Campsite Vestar is a paradise. Beautifully landscaped, greenery everywhere, quiet atmosphere but still plenty ot do. The pine and olive trees give ample shade, and that's ideal because the Croatian sun will usually shine throughout your holiday.
  • Prefer a dip in the stylish waterpark? Of course you do, this is what we call a paradise. Check out the brand new giant water playgrounds too: one for cool boys and girls (320m2) and one for the littlest rascals (80m2).
  • With such a beautiful bay on your doorstep, life is bound to be all about watersports. Take a tour on a pedalo or jump on a jet ski. And put on your mask and snorkel, underwater is even more beautiful.
  • The campsite has its own beach with some bits of rock and gravel here and there. The waves of the Adriatic lap against the beach here so settle yourself on a sunlounger under a parasol and relax.
  • Treat yourself to a delicious meal in one of the restaurants: pizza, seafood or perhaps a stew made the Istrian way.
  • Are you staying in a mobile home? Good choice as they are new (from 2017 or 2016) and set on terraces. Most of them have views of the ocean from the veranda. Nice to know: Tahiti XL 2 guests share a private pool!

The surrounding of Camping Vestar

The enchanting town of Rovinj calls from just 5km away. Immerse yourself in the small narrow streets of the car-free centre. In the port the fishermen proudly show their catch as they tie their 'batanas' to the quayside. These wooden boats are a tradition here.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"A lovely campsite in a jewel of a bay, 5km from the historic centre of Rovinj. Private beach, swimming pool, gormet restaurants. Top place for swimming and water sports, closely followed by lazing around!"

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Swimming & Pools

Swimming and waterfun

  • Children's pool: 2 (04/05/2021 - 18/09/2021)
  • mesures 1st swimming pool: 550
  • sunbeds in the pool area are to be paid
  • parasols in the pool area are to be paid
  • swimming cap not mandatory
  • swimming shorts allowed
  • outdoor pool: 2 (04/05/2021 - 18/09/2021)
  • mesures 2nd swimming pool: 100
  • mesures 1st children's pool: 250
  • mesures 2nd children's pool: 100
  • several playsets in swimming pool

Extra Water fun

  • waterslide: 2 (04/05/2021 - 18/09/2021)
  • Beside the sea/beach
  • Spray parc: 1

Spa and Wellness

  • whirlpool: 1

Facilities

Eating and drinking

  • pool bar
  • Take away meals
  • Snack bar
  • beach bar
  • ice-cream bar
  • restaurant: 2

Check this out too!

  • charcoal barbecue not allowed
  • laundrette
  • Supermarket
  • dryer
  • gas barbecue allowed
  • electric barbecue allowed
  • cash point
  • credit cards are accepted: all types
  • wifi: only in the central area (free of charge)
  • quay/buoy for boats
  • tourist shop
  • safe deposit (to be paid)

Activities & Sports

Sports and Playing

  • diving: on the campsite
  • banana: in the neigbourhood
  • canoeing: on the campsite
  • pedalo: in the neighbourhood
  • jetski: in the neighbourhood
  • table tennis
  • trampoline
  • Large playground
  • Bike rental (to be paid)
  • beach volleyball

Entertainment

Animation

  • entertainment: English
  • Entertainment for toddlers
  • Entertainment for children
  • Entertainment for adults

Ratings & Reviews

8.9
Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
  • General standard of the accommodations
    Excellent
  • Restaurant facilities
    Good
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Standard of sanitary buildings
    Excellent
  • Size of the pitches
    Excellent
No reviews yet

Ratings & Reviews

8.9
Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
  • General standard of the accommodations
    Excellent
  • Restaurant facilities
    Good
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Standard of sanitary buildings
    Excellent
  • Size of the pitches
    Excellent
No reviews yet

Surroundings

The enchanting town of Rovinj calls from just 5km away. Immerse yourself in the small narrow streets of the car-free centre. In the port the fishermen proudly show their catch as they tie their 'batanas' to the quayside. These wooden boats are a tradition here.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Vestar in Rovinj

  • There are some views you simply should not miss, and one of these is from the top of the bell tower of the Church St. Euphemia in Rovinj. Climb the stairs of the 17th century tower for an amazing view out to sea over the red roofs of the town.
  • The coastline buzzes with authenic seaside resorts such as Porec, Vrsar, Novigrad and many more.
  • Istria is overflowing with natural beauty. Admire the famous Brijuni Islands and the Bat of Lim.
  • Head inland and explore the green countryside. Take a break in the fortified town of Motovun, or in the smallest town in the world: Hum.
  • There's one city that you really should visit: Pula, 30km further south. The Roman arena here is now the stage for all manner of cultural performances. Far removed from when gladiators battled for life or death here.
  • Experienced divers can explore the wreck of the Baron Gautsch that lies 40m deep. This Austrian steam passenger ship sank of the coast here in 1914.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Vestar in Rovinj

  • There are some views you simply should not miss, and one of these is from the top of the bell tower of the Church St. Euphemia in Rovinj. Climb the stairs of the 17th century tower for an amazing view out to sea over the red roofs of the town.
  • The coastline buzzes with authenic seaside resorts such as Porec, Vrsar, Novigrad and many more.
  • Istria is overflowing with natural beauty. Admire the famous Brijuni Islands and the Bat of Lim.
  • Head inland and explore the green countryside. Take a break in the fortified town of Motovun, or in the smallest town in the world: Hum.
  • There's one city that you really should visit: Pula, 30km further south. The Roman arena here is now the stage for all manner of cultural performances. Far removed from when gladiators battled for life or death here.
  • Experienced divers can explore the wreck of the Baron Gautsch that lies 40m deep. This Austrian steam passenger ship sank of the coast here in 1914.
  • Nearest airport: Pula (PUY) at 35 km
  • Second nearest airport: Rijeka (RJK) at 118 km
  • Third nearest airport: Triëste (TRS) at 149 km
  • Train station: 18 km
  • Bus station: 1 km
  • Area: terraced and wooded
  • Nearest city/village: 5 km
  • Nearest sea: beside the sea
  • Supermarket: 6 km

Surroundings

The enchanting town of Rovinj calls from just 5km away. Immerse yourself in the small narrow streets of the car-free centre. In the port the fishermen proudly show their catch as they tie their 'batanas' to the quayside. These wooden boats are a tradition here.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Vestar in Rovinj

  • There are some views you simply should not miss, and one of these is from the top of the bell tower of the Church St. Euphemia in Rovinj. Climb the stairs of the 17th century tower for an amazing view out to sea over the red roofs of the town.
  • The coastline buzzes with authenic seaside resorts such as Porec, Vrsar, Novigrad and many more.
  • Istria is overflowing with natural beauty. Admire the famous Brijuni Islands and the Bat of Lim.
  • Head inland and explore the green countryside. Take a break in the fortified town of Motovun, or in the smallest town in the world: Hum.
  • There's one city that you really should visit: Pula, 30km further south. The Roman arena here is now the stage for all manner of cultural performances. Far removed from when gladiators battled for life or death here.
  • Experienced divers can explore the wreck of the Baron Gautsch that lies 40m deep. This Austrian steam passenger ship sank of the coast here in 1914.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Vestar in Rovinj

  • There are some views you simply should not miss, and one of these is from the top of the bell tower of the Church St. Euphemia in Rovinj. Climb the stairs of the 17th century tower for an amazing view out to sea over the red roofs of the town.
  • The coastline buzzes with authenic seaside resorts such as Porec, Vrsar, Novigrad and many more.
  • Istria is overflowing with natural beauty. Admire the famous Brijuni Islands and the Bat of Lim.
  • Head inland and explore the green countryside. Take a break in the fortified town of Motovun, or in the smallest town in the world: Hum.
  • There's one city that you really should visit: Pula, 30km further south. The Roman arena here is now the stage for all manner of cultural performances. Far removed from when gladiators battled for life or death here.
  • Experienced divers can explore the wreck of the Baron Gautsch that lies 40m deep. This Austrian steam passenger ship sank of the coast here in 1914.
  • Nearest airport: Pula (PUY) at 35 km
  • Second nearest airport: Rijeka (RJK) at 118 km
  • Third nearest airport: Triëste (TRS) at 149 km
  • Train station: 18 km
  • Bus station: 1 km
  • Area: terraced and wooded
  • Nearest city/village: 5 km
  • Nearest sea: beside the sea
  • Supermarket: 6 km

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