Introducing Hvar

There are fewer places in the Med that offer such as vibrant yet laidback atmosphere. This beautiful island in the Adriatic Sea is best known as a summer resort destination whilst the 13th Century port town and its Renaissance era architecture offer a magical retreat for those who want to travel back in time to a world gone by. Hvar attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every single year and there seems to be no limit on what type of traveller this wonderful little island can appeal to. Families find solace in the well-serviced resorts with amazing beach views, couples find romance on the island’s hidden coves and bays, whilst party animals fall in love with the annual festivals and beach parties that take place across the course of the summer. And when it comes to food and drink, just like the rest of Croatia, it’s always a winning service.

Highlights of Hvar

Stari Grad
Stari Grad is located on Hvar Island’s northern side and is one of the oldest towns in Europe.
Hvar Town
Names after the island itself, this famous port city has much historical significance and it also offer the visitor great nightlife to suit all crowds.
For a great mix of beaches, camping, wine tasting and nightlife, head to the stunning coast town of Jelsa.
Explore the picturesque town of Sućuraj, a quiet little harbour area located on the island’s eastern cape.

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