Vrsi is a village located in the northernmost part of Dalmatia, near the town of Nin (6 km) and in the vicinity of Zadar, on a small peninsula that bears the same name. It was once located on the hilltop with its population engaged in Agriculture and sea activities which made Vrsi an agricultural and fishing village. Today it has spread to the coastal part of peninsula that encompasses impressive 34 kilometers of sand and pebble beaches with secluded coves on the north and thick pine forest on the west side. Vrsi has become very popular as a tourist destination and local people participate in tourism offer more and more each year. Peace, quiet, natural surrounding and clean sea are just some of the characteristics of this lovely Dalmatian place that makes it a great location for a relaxed family vacation.
Good geographical location makes Vrsi an excellent starting point for exploring old Dalmatian towns and natural beauties since it is situated in the northernmost part of Dalmatia and from there one can easily reach other locations in Dalmatia, as well as places in nearby regions of Lika and Kvarner. Towns of Nin, Zadar and Biograd are in the near vicinity, and Šibenik is located further south. The nearest National Park is Paklenica in the south of Velebit mountain and it takes less than half an hour drive to reach it, while it takes an hour drive to reach Krka National Park in Šibenik hinterland and Plitvice Lakes National Park in Lika. It takes another half an hour drive after Plitvice Lakes to reach another Park, North Velebit National Park. From Zadar and other coastal places there are daily boat trips to Kornati National Park. Vrana Lake Nature Park and Telašćica Nature Park are also situated in the vicinity of Vrsi.