Known for its hazy-purple lavender fields, beautiful yachts everywhere you look, wild parties happening everyday, delicious food and crystal-clear blue sea water, Hvar is a Croatian most glamorous island not to be missed!
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Whether you opt for a bar crawl or a full-on blow out at an island club, Hvar has something to offer for every type of traveller. Despite the tiny size of the town, Hvar offers a real buzz with locals and travellers alike enjoying the diversity and the liveliness of the bars and clubs.
The most popular way for people to arrive on our beautiful island of Hvar is by taking the ferry from the mainland city of Split. However, this journey is often seen as complicated, long and exhausting making it one of our most asked questions at reception. We want to make your journey as simple, hassle-free and as quick as possible so you can focus on the beautiful views of Croatia around you whilst you travel and reach the wonders of Hvar in practically no time.
Even though Hvar boasts itself to be one of the sunniest destinations in the whole of Europe (it has an average of 2715 hours of sunlight per year!), you may be unlucky on your trip here and experience a rainy, cloudy or even stormy day. But fear not as there’s still plenty to do within the town despite Hvar’s main highlight being beaches, sailing brilliant sunshine. Read on for our recommendations what you can still get up to in spite of any unfortunate weather.
Expect sleepy fishing towns, stunning secluded beaches and jaw-dropping views that you’ll never forget. Grab yourself a map of the entire island (we have some at reception) and follow along with our guide to uncover your Hvar Island tour. Are you ready?
Stari Grad is a UNESCO protected heritage site and the oldest town on the island of Hvar so it’s a must-do to venture out for a day trip to Stari Grad from Hvar town during your stay with us. Read on for our guide to spending the day (or a few days!) there.
Nestled in between two of the highest mountains on Hvar Island, you will find the sleepy, old fishing town of Jelsa. Once a hive of activity for the fishing industry this little town that sits on a beautiful bay is an idyllic and quiet escape from Hvar centre.