The most sun soaked island in the Adriatic Sea
Dalmatia’s trendiest destination, after Dubrovnik, the island Hvar offers a luxurious island experience. Known as Croatia’s sunniest island, Hvar has a history that goes back to around 6000 BC developing it into a chic holiday destination topped with a rich cultural and historical heritage. The picturesque coastline, beautiful beaches and bays surrounding by verdant nature, the aroma of lavender, olive trees and vineyards are the reasons that make Hvar a hot vacation spot.
The well-indented coast, the breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea and warm sea water makes Hvar popular among nature and adventure lovers.
St Stephen’s Cathedral – visible from all Hvar Town, dating from the 16th centuryStari Grad – one of the oldest settlements on the islandVrboska – Hvar’s smallest town known as Little VeniceSpanish Fortress Fortica – climb to the tops of the wall to see panoramic views of Hvar City and the surrounding Pakleni IslandsRenaissance Theatre – built in 1612, allegedly the first theatre in Europe to be open to the upper and lower classesOldest olive tree on Hvar – one of the 10 oldest olive trees in the world
CyclingScuba divingSea Kayaking Expedition round Pakleni islands archipelagoTake a Wine Tour of Hvar Island
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