About Vrsi




Vrsi is located on the small peninsula on the end of North West part of Northern Dalmatia. The name Vrsi originates from the word “vrhovi” or “vrsi”, meaning ‘on the top’. There are 1700 inhabitants in Vrsi and the surface of the area is 24.67 square kilometers.

One of the biggest Vrsi’s treasures is a beautiful rugged coast, 34 kilometres long. The coast line is filled with natural coves and hidden beaches. Islands Mišjak and Zečevo belong to Vrsi as well. Zečevo has a quite unique feature. During the tide, the passage to the mainland called Prizda gets filled with sea water which makes it an island. However, during ebb, the island of Zečevo becomes a peninsula and it is very easily accessible to walk over Prizda. Vrsi has 34 kilometers of variety of coast and beautiful beaches.

Far from the civilization you’ll enjoy the untouched nature, crystal clear sea and beautiful views of the island of Pag and the magnificent mountain of Velebit.

Vrsi is highly recommended both to the families with small children and to individuals who want to enjoy quiet, beautiful and urban beaches.


The oasis of tourism in Vrsi are the areas of Mulo and Zukve. They are situated parallel to Nin’s bay.






Poljica is second in size in Vrsi municipality. They are situated west from Ravni Kotari and around 3 kilometers away from the seaside.

Poljica is the green oasis of Vrsi. The inhabitants are mostly engaged in agriculture such as cultivating fruits, vegetables, olives, figs and grapes. If you are interested in freshly picked fresh fruits and vegetables,  Poljica should definitiely be your pick.