Vrsi - Mulo
VRSI MULO is a small fishing village, and one of the
last resorts on the Croatian Adriatic coast that has not
touched by human hand. Beautiful coast surrounded by the
pine woods compliments long walks with most
spectacular sunsets on the Adriatic. The Vrsi coast
stretches some 32 km where everyone can find something
themselves: sand beaches, natural rock beaches, hidden
coves and bays and numerous other natural beauties!!!!
The whole bay is rich with worldwide famous healing mud
while its chemical and physical ingredients have been
approved and recognized by famous medical experts.
Vrsi-Mulo is a small town located near the historic royal
city of Nin. Set deep within the bay, this peaceful spot
impress you with its protected location and temperatures
that are a few degrees warmer than that of nearby towns.
The scent of firtrees contributes to this exceptional
atmosphere, which will offer you the necessary shade
hot summer months.
If you are interested in history and archeology, 5 km
away is one of the oldest Croatian towns, the town of
where each step you take has some historical importance.
If you whish some recreation or entertainment only 7 km
away is famous tourist destination, Zaton where you can
enjoy in many sport activities (tennis, mini golf,
disco clubs and restaurants
Vrsi - Mulo is a village situated on the peninsula,
surrounded by the Nin and Ljubač bays, 23 km to the
from Zadar, and only 9 km from the Holiday Village Zaton.
Quiet village of fishermen with tipical
Mediterranean vegetaion and observed nature. The ideal
tourist destination for those who like to enjoy the
nature, beautiful beaches and quiet and peacful
surrounding. In Vrsi there are: post office, medical
restaurants, pizzerias, caffee bars. Connected with Zadar
by regular bus lines. Most of the apartments are in the
situated near the sea shore, in parts called Mulo and
Zukve, but in the village Vrsi there are apartments of
the *** range.
There are beautiful sandy and pebbley beaches in the
circle of 3 km2 such as: sandy beach called Jasenovo,
pebbley beach called Duboka Draga, sandy beach (with a
small part of pebble) called St. Jacob and many smaller
ones. The church of St. Jacob fro the XI ct and the local
church are of the cultural and historical importance.
MARINKO PERINIĆ , Vrsi - Mulo