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Campsite Koversada is a relaxed paradise of clothes-free living that puts you in contact with nature so you can freely celebrate life.

Koversada is the best-known naturist centre in the Adriatic and one of the oldest in Europe, founded in 1961. Koversada represents a relaxing paradise amidst the untouched nature of Lim bay. Laid-back paradise made for celebrating life.

OPENING PERIOD: 20.04.2018 – 30.09.2018

Safe deposit box at the reception, with a surcharge
Fresh fruit and vegetables stand
Playgrounds for children
Wi-Fi Internet included in the price
Internet point, with surcharge
First-aid station
Hair salon
Beach for dogs
Tourist train to Vrsar
Pets are welcome, with surcharge
ATM – Bureau de change
Day trips and rent-a-car
Barbecue spot
Boat launch
Parking lot
Caravan depot


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1 Review for Naturist Park Koversada

jim trevino

4 Reviews

A few minor quibbles, but pretty good overall

4.0/ 5

Still not many reviews on this site. Well, here’s one, following the Naked Wanderings format, covering my stay in September 2019. RECEPTION: A bit confusing. You get to the main gate, and then get sent somewhere else, depending on where you are staying. I was in the Apartments, so I had to drive another kilometre. The guy there spoke good english and was helpful. LODGING: My apartment was excellent. Everythinglooked fairly new and worked well, although the aircon was actually a bit powerful. I soon learned to turn it off for sleeptime. The negative of the Apartments was that parking was very tight on a one-way road, so once you had a spot you didn’t dare move your car for fear of losing it. The big deal about this was that the Apartments were up a steep hill and about 20 minutes walk from the restaurant and good beaches. FACILITIES: I had the half-board breakfast and dinner option. Breakfast was quite good, but dinner was just OK. It was also very busy, so you had to take any table you could get. There is no pool, but plenty of swimming spots, including a manmade sandy beach, which seemedto be the place for young kids to go. Many of the adults went to the island, attached by a bridge that appears in most photos of Koversada. PEOPLE: Most people seemed to be german or italian, and, mainly older, but there were a few under 30’s. Overall, I’d stay there again..

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