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Hvar

Hvar is an island off the coast of Croatia.

Gently rolling hills painted a brilliant purple by the fertile flowers, lush vineyards nestling at the foot of ragged mountains, gorgeous beaches with tiny inlets and secluded coves, luscious restaurants, boutiques, and a vibrant nightlife amidst the medieval streets of Hvar Town are just a few of the treats to enjoy on this dream of an island.

Imposing fortifications hover above the fluid blend of grey stone and orange cascading roofs. The remains of walls built by a long list of invaders descend towards the wide promenade edging the brilliant blue sea and the quaint fishing harbor. Marble streets reveal one of the largest squares in Dalmatia, Trg Sveti Stjepana as well as the prized Cathedral of St. Stjepan and the Renaissance theatre.

Hvar Town may be the most stunning town on the island but Stari Grad, the oldest city in Croatia, and Jelsa, as well as a smattering of small villages, dotting the coast or nestled in the lush interior are well worth a visit.

Island Hvar and especially Hvar town is one of the most popular destinations in the Adriatic. During the season (May to September) it can be very busy, especially during August when large numbers of Italians visit. Hvar was relatively cheap, without an extensive tourist infrastructure, and it attracted a lot of young people. However, this is changing as large five star hotels are being built and the standard of living in Croatia is rising.

Hvar is an island off the coast of Croatia.

Gently rolling hills painted a brilliant purple by the fertile flowers, lush vineyards nestling at the foot of ragged mountains, gorgeous beaches with tiny inlets and secluded coves, luscious restaurants, boutiques, and a vibrant nightlife amidst the medieval streets of Hvar Town are just a few of the treats to enjoy on this dream of an island.

Imposing fortifications hover above the fluid blend of grey stone and orange cascading roofs. The remains of walls built by a long list of invaders descend towards the wide promenade edging the brilliant blue sea and the quaint fishing harbor. Marble streets reveal one of the largest squares in Dalmatia, Trg Sveti Stjepana as well as the prized Cathedral of St. Stjepan and the Renaissance theatre.

Hvar Town may be the most stunning town on the island but Stari Grad, the oldest city in Croatia, and Jelsa, as well as a smattering of small villages, dotting the coast or nestled in the lush interior are well worth a visit.

Island Hvar and especially Hvar town is one of the most popular destinations in the Adriatic. During the season (May to September) it can be very busy, especially during August when large numbers of Italians visit. Hvar was relatively cheap, without an extensive tourist infrastructure, and it attracted a lot of young people. However, this is changing as large five star hotels are being built and the standard of living in Croatia is rising.

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Hvar is known for its lavender, you can see it blooming in the summer over large areas. Don't forget to purchase bunches of lavender or lavender oils in beautifully painted glass bottles the lingering fragrances will remind you of the lovely time you spent on the island of Hvar.

  • Made in Hvar, Pjaca (at the main square),  00385 21 718 438. 9-24. contemporary art and craft gallery presenting local art as well as artist in residence concept. Moderate prices and high aesthetic standards, unique and interested. Also, open all year.

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Hvar is known for its lavender, you can see it blooming in the summer over large areas. Don't forget to purchase bunches of lavender or lavender oils in beautifully painted glass bottles the lingering fragrances will remind you of the lovely time you spent on the island of Hvar.

  • Made in Hvar, Pjaca (at the main square),  00385 21 718 438. 9-24. contemporary art and craft gallery presenting local art as well as artist in residence concept. Moderate prices and high aesthetic standards, unique and interested. Also, open all year.

Do

Rent a boat (5 horse power) for about 350 kuna a day and explore the Pakleni Islands on your own. You can rent boats right in the main square in Hvar town. The islands are very close and make for an amazing adventure. Take a picinic or a bottle of wine. The boat can be anchored anywhere around the islands or tied to the rocks.

Rent a scooter for 250 kuna a day and go around the island. There is lots to see and many interesting stopping points.

There are also frequent water taxi that go the Pakleni Islands that run every half hour or so.

Climb up to the Španjola Fortress. Enjoy the magnificent view of Hvar town and the Pakleni Islands, and pick up Italian radio on your mobile phone or main local Megamix Radio Hvar radio station .

Go dancing at Carpe Diem. This is not to be missed. The djs are usually on the international circuit and the energy is high.

  • HVAR Adventure, Obala bb (behind the Theatre/Arsenal building on the main Square),  +385 91 1543072. Offers sailing, sea kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, cycling.

Do

Rent a boat (5 horse power) for about 350 kuna a day and explore the Pakleni Islands on your own. You can rent boats right in the main square in Hvar town. The islands are very close and make for an amazing adventure. Take a picinic or a bottle of wine. The boat can be anchored anywhere around the islands or tied to the rocks.

Rent a scooter for 250 kuna a day and go around the island. There is lots to see and many interesting stopping points.

There are also frequent water taxi that go the Pakleni Islands that run every half hour or so.

Climb up to the Španjola Fortress. Enjoy the magnificent view of Hvar town and the Pakleni Islands, and pick up Italian radio on your mobile phone or main local Megamix Radio Hvar radio station .

Go dancing at Carpe Diem. This is not to be missed. The djs are usually on the international circuit and the energy is high.

  • HVAR Adventure, Obala bb (behind the Theatre/Arsenal building on the main Square),  +385 91 1543072. Offers sailing, sea kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, cycling.

Drink

  • Carpe Diem, At the end of the riva (At the end of the riva on the right side). It's all big cushions, sofas, hammocks and mood lighting. Drinks leave something to be desired. It's a real shame, because it's the perfect spot to drink cocktails, but they make them with flavoured syrups instead of fresh fruit, and they all taste like bubble-gum.
  • Prsuta Tri (on the narrow street just behind the main square),  098 9696193, e-mail: vimales@inet.hr. Good vine bar, has cheese, olive, and prosciutto
  • Teraca, Placa (On the long terrace above the main square). Friendly small bar with an amazing view over the square and harbour 25 kuna beers, drinks for 18 kuna.

Drink

  • Carpe Diem, At the end of the riva (At the end of the riva on the right side). It's all big cushions, sofas, hammocks and mood lighting. Drinks leave something to be desired. It's a real shame, because it's the perfect spot to drink cocktails, but they make them with flavoured syrups instead of fresh fruit, and they all taste like bubble-gum.
  • Prsuta Tri (on the narrow street just behind the main square),  098 9696193, e-mail: vimales@inet.hr. Good vine bar, has cheese, olive, and prosciutto
  • Teraca, Placa (On the long terrace above the main square). Friendly small bar with an amazing view over the square and harbour 25 kuna beers, drinks for 18 kuna.

See

History

The Town Square in Hvar is among the most beautiful and the largest in Croatia. The square measures 4500 square meters, and the town has developed around this square, starting north of the square in the 13th century and then circling to the south of the square in the 15th century. There is also a fortress at the top of the hill with walls that encompass parts of the city. It's an easy walk, although uphill, to the fortress...it's worth the trek however because of the wonderful views you have of the harbor and surrounding areas. Don't forget to bring your cameras. There is a small eatery in the middle of the fortress where you can purchase drinks and snacks.

Architecture

The Cathedral of St. Stephen dominates one end of the Town Square, and was built during the 16th and 17th centuries. The bell tower of this cathedral is four-stories high, with each level more elaborately decorated than the last. The cathedral was built over a previously existing cathedral that was destroyed by the Turks. Parts of this older cathedral can be seen inside the church, but most of the interior was rebuilt.

The arts

Unique ceramics decorated with spiral ornaments in red, yellow, brown, and white were found at a Neolithic archeological site, Grapčeva špilja, near Hvar Town. Since such ornaments and engraving methods have only been found on the island of Hvar, archeologists have named this kind of Neolithic art "hvarska kultura" (Hvar's Culture). The island of Hvar also has the tradition of making lace, but from the threads of agava leaves. Nuns from the Benedictine monastery in Hvar are masters of this unique craft.

Hikes and walks

Take a water taxi to the nearby Pakleni archipelago, where secluded strands of white sand, hiking trails and pine groves await. Or hike for 2 hours along the Hvar's southern cliffs from Dubovica to the winery of Zlatan Otok for a late lunch, a swim and a boat ride return to Hvar Town.

Scenery and nature

One visitor describes Hvar as "beautiful, crystal-clear blue sea, big green hills, clean air and lots of old stone." At sundown a stroll up old lanes from the square in Hvar Town leads up to another lane which, high above the others is extremely attractive and shouldn’t be missed.

Religion and religious sites

The Bishop's Treasury, adjacent to the cathedral, contains silver vessels, embroidered Mass robes, numerous Madonnas, icons dating from the 13th century, and an elaborately carved sarcophagus.

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History

The Town Square in Hvar is among the most beautiful and the largest in Croatia. The square measures 4500 square meters, and the town has developed around this square, starting north of the square in the 13th century and then circling to the south of the square in the 15th century. There is also a fortress at the top of the hill with walls that encompass parts of the city. It's an easy walk, although uphill, to the fortress...it's worth the trek however because of the wonderful views you have of the harbor and surrounding areas. Don't forget to bring your cameras. There is a small eatery in the middle of the fortress where you can purchase drinks and snacks.

Architecture

The Cathedral of St. Stephen dominates one end of the Town Square, and was built during the 16th and 17th centuries. The bell tower of this cathedral is four-stories high, with each level more elaborately decorated than the last. The cathedral was built over a previously existing cathedral that was destroyed by the Turks. Parts of this older cathedral can be seen inside the church, but most of the interior was rebuilt.

The arts

Unique ceramics decorated with spiral ornaments in red, yellow, brown, and white were found at a Neolithic archeological site, Grapčeva špilja, near Hvar Town. Since such ornaments and engraving methods have only been found on the island of Hvar, archeologists have named this kind of Neolithic art "hvarska kultura" (Hvar's Culture). The island of Hvar also has the tradition of making lace, but from the threads of agava leaves. Nuns from the Benedictine monastery in Hvar are masters of this unique craft.

Hikes and walks

Take a water taxi to the nearby Pakleni archipelago, where secluded strands of white sand, hiking trails and pine groves await. Or hike for 2 hours along the Hvar's southern cliffs from Dubovica to the winery of Zlatan Otok for a late lunch, a swim and a boat ride return to Hvar Town.

Scenery and nature

One visitor describes Hvar as "beautiful, crystal-clear blue sea, big green hills, clean air and lots of old stone." At sundown a stroll up old lanes from the square in Hvar Town leads up to another lane which, high above the others is extremely attractive and shouldn’t be missed.

Religion and religious sites

The Bishop's Treasury, adjacent to the cathedral, contains silver vessels, embroidered Mass robes, numerous Madonnas, icons dating from the 13th century, and an elaborately carved sarcophagus.

Understand

Island Hvar and especially Hvar town is one of the most popular destinations in the Adriatic. During the season (May to September) it can be very busy, especially during August when large numbers of Italians visit. Hvar was relatively cheap, without an extensive tourist infrastructure, and it attracted a lot of young people. However, this is changing as large five star hotels are being built and the standard of living in Croatia is rising.

Understand

Island Hvar and especially Hvar town is one of the most popular destinations in the Adriatic. During the season (May to September) it can be very busy, especially during August when large numbers of Italians visit. Hvar was relatively cheap, without an extensive tourist infrastructure, and it attracted a lot of young people. However, this is changing as large five star hotels are being built and the standard of living in Croatia is rising.

Get around

Buses meet the car ferries at Stari Grad and run to various destinations such as Hvar town. Don't take taxis from the ferry port, they're a rip-off.

You can easily rent a car for about 350 kuna a day if you wish to explore other parts of the island. The rental agencies have firm policy of a minimum of one day rental (no hourly rentals). You can also rent a scooter or moped for about 250 kuna a day. There are hourly rates for the mopeds and scooters. The roads on hvar can be steep and windy and there are no guard rails, so be careful especially if riding a rented moped which is old and has already done tens of thousands miles.

Keep in mind that there are only 2 petrol stations on the island: in the town of Hvar and near Jelsa. From Securaj to the nearest petrol station on the island is approx 50 km.

There is a convenient water taxi that will take you directly from Stari Grad harbour to the ferry for 15 Kuna.

Get around

Buses meet the car ferries at Stari Grad and run to various destinations such as Hvar town. Don't take taxis from the ferry port, they're a rip-off.

You can easily rent a car for about 350 kuna a day if you wish to explore other parts of the island. The rental agencies have firm policy of a minimum of one day rental (no hourly rentals). You can also rent a scooter or moped for about 250 kuna a day. There are hourly rates for the mopeds and scooters. The roads on hvar can be steep and windy and there are no guard rails, so be careful especially if riding a rented moped which is old and has already done tens of thousands miles.

Keep in mind that there are only 2 petrol stations on the island: in the town of Hvar and near Jelsa. From Securaj to the nearest petrol station on the island is approx 50 km.

There is a convenient water taxi that will take you directly from Stari Grad harbour to the ferry for 15 Kuna.

Go next

The beautiful, unspoilt and popular naturist islands of Jerolim and Stipanska are accessible by taxi-boat from Hvar town square. As of August 2010, the main beaches of the island are used predominantly by clothed bathers (the majority of island visitors), while the small rocky coves are used by a mix of clothed and naturist bathers.

Go next

The beautiful, unspoilt and popular naturist islands of Jerolim and Stipanska are accessible by taxi-boat from Hvar town square. As of August 2010, the main beaches of the island are used predominantly by clothed bathers (the majority of island visitors), while the small rocky coves are used by a mix of clothed and naturist bathers.

Get in

  • By either car ferry (approx. 2h), arriving near Stari Grad or fast ferry (a hydrofoil) (approx 1h) to Hvar City from Split, services operated by Jadrolinija. Buses operates to bring people to and from the very through the island (12 kn to Starigrad, 25 kn to Hvar City (April 2009)). Note that as buses fill, late-coming passengers are often required to stand in the aisles during the entire bus journey.
  • Jadrolinija also brings you from Hvar town to Vela Luka (Korčula) and to the island Lastovo, and from Sućuraj in the east of Hvar to Drvenik (mainland).
  • Blueline operates fast ferries from Hvar town to Split. The car ferries run most regularly (approximately three per day and more during the high season (May to September) and call at Stari Grad. The fast ferries run less frequently but also operate to and from Hvar town. There are also ferries to other destinations, most notably Italy.

Get in

  • By either car ferry (approx. 2h), arriving near Stari Grad or fast ferry (a hydrofoil) (approx 1h) to Hvar City from Split, services operated by Jadrolinija. Buses operates to bring people to and from the very through the island (12 kn to Starigrad, 25 kn to Hvar City (April 2009)). Note that as buses fill, late-coming passengers are often required to stand in the aisles during the entire bus journey.
  • Jadrolinija also brings you from Hvar town to Vela Luka (Korčula) and to the island Lastovo, and from Sućuraj in the east of Hvar to Drvenik (mainland).
  • Blueline operates fast ferries from Hvar town to Split. The car ferries run most regularly (approximately three per day and more during the high season (May to September) and call at Stari Grad. The fast ferries run less frequently but also operate to and from Hvar town. There are also ferries to other destinations, most notably Italy.

Eat

The local grilled squid with olive oil is wonderful, as is the cucumber salad.

  • Guesthouse Novak, Jurja Novaka 9.

Hvar Town

  • Restoran Antonio, Burak 3, Zdrilca (island of Zdrilca, rent a boat in Hvar town to get here),  +385 21741485, e-mail: info@antonio-patak.com. Great seafood and a good view over the bay 100 Kn.
  • The Golden Shell (With the port behind you and the main square in front of you, head left past the church and the restaurant is a small doorway down an alley on the right.). Just off the main square near the main arrival port of Hvar is the Golden Shell, a small restaurant recommended as the best by the locals. The eating area is outdoors under a lovely vine roof, and if you are lucky you may be offered a measure of the home brewed fig brandy. Be careful, it's extremely strong but the locals recommend one a day to keep you healthy. The delicious national dish of Croatia is available, rabbit in fig sauce, and the rabbit and potato with peanut sauce is also highly recommended.

Pakleni Islands

  • Tonci, Sveti Klement, Vlaka,  +385 21 742480, e-mail: perinam@yahoo.com. Beautiful little restaurant in a garden of fig and mandarin trees. They make their own wine from the vineyards next to the restaurants, the fish they catch in the nearby water. If you order a desert of fresh figs, they will pluck them from the trees around you HRK 100.

Eat

The local grilled squid with olive oil is wonderful, as is the cucumber salad.

  • Guesthouse Novak, Jurja Novaka 9.

Hvar Town

  • Restoran Antonio, Burak 3, Zdrilca (island of Zdrilca, rent a boat in Hvar town to get here),  +385 21741485, e-mail: info@antonio-patak.com. Great seafood and a good view over the bay 100 Kn.
  • The Golden Shell (With the port behind you and the main square in front of you, head left past the church and the restaurant is a small doorway down an alley on the right.). Just off the main square near the main arrival port of Hvar is the Golden Shell, a small restaurant recommended as the best by the locals. The eating area is outdoors under a lovely vine roof, and if you are lucky you may be offered a measure of the home brewed fig brandy. Be careful, it's extremely strong but the locals recommend one a day to keep you healthy. The delicious national dish of Croatia is available, rabbit in fig sauce, and the rabbit and potato with peanut sauce is also highly recommended.

Pakleni Islands

  • Tonci, Sveti Klement, Vlaka,  +385 21 742480, e-mail: perinam@yahoo.com. Beautiful little restaurant in a garden of fig and mandarin trees. They make their own wine from the vineyards next to the restaurants, the fish they catch in the nearby water. If you order a desert of fresh figs, they will pluck them from the trees around you HRK 100.

Sleep

At every ferry arrival, a bunch of people offering private accommodation will show up.

  • Apartmani Grgičević (robigrg@gmail.com), Vitarnja, Jelsa,  00385 977 942 942. Check-in: 14PM, check-out: 10AM. Welcoming house in Jelsa, 30m from the sea, low prices. 5 apartments (2+1, 4+2, 4+3 persons), ground or first floor. Nice mediterranean garden, balcony or terrace for guests, WiFi, grill, pets welcome. from 12€.
  • Anna, Buzolic Tonci & Anna Glavica bb,  +385 917303517, e-mail: anna.buzolic@hotmail.com. Check-out: 10AM. Friendly and clean apartment just up the steps from the main square. 200 Kuna per person.
  • Apartments and Pension + 385 21 773 250, e-mail: apartmentslavic@yahoo.com. Two air-con double room apartments, one air-con studio-apartment, and two rooms. 35€ (studio apartment).
  • Apartments Bibić + 385 (0) 21 741 683, e-mail: hvar.cro@gmail.com. Ten minutes walk from center of town and 20 meters from the sea.
  • Apartments Komazin +385 91 601 9712, e-mail: apartmani.komazin@gmail.com. Nice seaview apartments for 2, 3, 4 and 5 persons.
  • Aparthotel Pharia +385 21 735 393, e-mail: info@orvas-hotels.com.
  • Guesthouse Huljic, Jelsa bb,  +385 91 1543072, e-mail: veselka@hvar-4u.com. Great location in very centre of Jelsa on Hvar island. Nice clean rooms with private bathrooms.
  • Kuca Sofia +385 911 18 12 74. Dates back more than 400 years and is traditionally constructed from local stone. It is a spacious two floor apartment in quiet surroundings, located in the historic centre of Hvar Town.
  • Apartment Modric (Stone house Modric), Donja banda b.b. (Sucuraj),  + 385 98 921 04 32, e-mail: apartment-modric@sucuraj.com. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 10AM. Accommodation for 4-5 persons in old stone completely renovated house, 20m from sea. The available apartment takes the first floor and the attic; 70m2 large. €60-90/day per apartment.
  • Apartments Curin, Antica Ćurin, Sv. Katarina bb, Hvar Town directions=,  +385 (0)21 741-676, e-mail: emilio.curin@st.t-com.hr. Check-out: 14. Very clean and nice apartments with bathrooms and balconies. The top floor balcony has an an amazing view over Hvar and the Pakleni Islands. €30.
  • APRTMENTS Hackl +385(0)21741514, e-mail: vakejsn@gmail.com. Nice quiet place.
  •    Luka's Lodge (call Luka for a pickup),  +385 917 347 230. Check-out: 1100. Nice location away from the noise, but within easy walking distance of beaches, restaurants, main promenade. 120 kuna per night.
  • Vila Julie (Villa Julie Vip Apartment), Bukainka bb,  +38521717916, e-mail: jedrahvar@gmail.com. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 10AM. Nice villa with stunning view, swimming pool and air conditioning.
  •    Villa Pepi (Bodlovic), Ivana Vucetica 16 (South along coast line),  +385 21 741 183. Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 10:00. Apartments for 2 to 4 persons, direct sea view, 20 m from sea. 20-35 e.
  • Apartments Blaskovic (in the vicinity of the beach),  +385 98 265 434. Nice view. Has a seawater pool and fitness room.

Sleep

At every ferry arrival, a bunch of people offering private accommodation will show up.

  • Apartmani Grgičević (robigrg@gmail.com), Vitarnja, Jelsa,  00385 977 942 942. Check-in: 14PM, check-out: 10AM. Welcoming house in Jelsa, 30m from the sea, low prices. 5 apartments (2+1, 4+2, 4+3 persons), ground or first floor. Nice mediterranean garden, balcony or terrace for guests, WiFi, grill, pets welcome. from 12€.
  • Anna, Buzolic Tonci & Anna Glavica bb,  +385 917303517, e-mail: anna.buzolic@hotmail.com. Check-out: 10AM. Friendly and clean apartment just up the steps from the main square. 200 Kuna per person.
  • Apartments and Pension + 385 21 773 250, e-mail: apartmentslavic@yahoo.com. Two air-con double room apartments, one air-con studio-apartment, and two rooms. 35€ (studio apartment).
  • Apartments Bibić + 385 (0) 21 741 683, e-mail: hvar.cro@gmail.com. Ten minutes walk from center of town and 20 meters from the sea.
  • Apartments Komazin +385 91 601 9712, e-mail: apartmani.komazin@gmail.com. Nice seaview apartments for 2, 3, 4 and 5 persons.
  • Aparthotel Pharia +385 21 735 393, e-mail: info@orvas-hotels.com.
  • Guesthouse Huljic, Jelsa bb,  +385 91 1543072, e-mail: veselka@hvar-4u.com. Great location in very centre of Jelsa on Hvar island. Nice clean rooms with private bathrooms.
  • Kuca Sofia +385 911 18 12 74. Dates back more than 400 years and is traditionally constructed from local stone. It is a spacious two floor apartment in quiet surroundings, located in the historic centre of Hvar Town.
  • Apartment Modric (Stone house Modric), Donja banda b.b. (Sucuraj),  + 385 98 921 04 32, e-mail: apartment-modric@sucuraj.com. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 10AM. Accommodation for 4-5 persons in old stone completely renovated house, 20m from sea. The available apartment takes the first floor and the attic; 70m2 large. €60-90/day per apartment.
  • Apartments Curin, Antica Ćurin, Sv. Katarina bb, Hvar Town directions=,  +385 (0)21 741-676, e-mail: emilio.curin@st.t-com.hr. Check-out: 14. Very clean and nice apartments with bathrooms and balconies. The top floor balcony has an an amazing view over Hvar and the Pakleni Islands. €30.
  • APRTMENTS Hackl +385(0)21741514, e-mail: vakejsn@gmail.com. Nice quiet place.
  •    Luka's Lodge (call Luka for a pickup),  +385 917 347 230. Check-out: 1100. Nice location away from the noise, but within easy walking distance of beaches, restaurants, main promenade. 120 kuna per night.
  • Vila Julie (Villa Julie Vip Apartment), Bukainka bb,  +38521717916, e-mail: jedrahvar@gmail.com. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 10AM. Nice villa with stunning view, swimming pool and air conditioning.
  •    Villa Pepi (Bodlovic), Ivana Vucetica 16 (South along coast line),  +385 21 741 183. Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 10:00. Apartments for 2 to 4 persons, direct sea view, 20 m from sea. 20-35 e.
  • Apartments Blaskovic (in the vicinity of the beach),  +385 98 265 434. Nice view. Has a seawater pool and fitness room.

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I traveled Croatia for 16 days! In this video you will see my boat trip to the blue caves, the green cave and Hvar. - Zagreb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAoT10p2WHg - Plitvice Lakes...

Croatia   Dubrovnik & Hvar | Travel Vlog
Croatia Dubrovnik & Hvar | Travel Vlog
Flashback to our week in the beautiful Croatia. Read my blog with all the info you'll need, including links to the stunning apartment and villa that we stayed in http://styleboothique.ie/croatia-tr...

Croatia Vlog | Hvar island
Croatia Vlog | Hvar island
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx After Split, we travelled to Hvar island. It was definitely a beautiful place to visit. Watch my previous Split Vlog: https://www.youtube.com/watc...

TRAVEL TO CROATIA 2017 - SPLIT, HVAR, SIBENIK, MURTER
TRAVEL TO CROATIA 2017 - SPLIT, HVAR, SIBENIK, MURTER
Here is a little recap of my summer in Croatia 2017. I am a Croatian from Zagreb but I've been living in Sweden for the past 5 years. I visit every year but no matter how many times I go it...

10 Things to do in Hvar, Croatia Travel Guide
10 Things to do in Hvar, Croatia Travel Guide
Come join us as we visit Hvar, Croatia in this travel guide covering 10 things to do in Hvar including top attractions and food experiences. The city of Hvar (Grad Hvar - Lesina) is located...

TRAVEL VLOG | Hvar Island, Croatia 🇭🇷
TRAVEL VLOG | Hvar Island, Croatia 🇭🇷
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Hvar Croatia Travel Vlog | Croatia Travel Guide
Hvar Croatia Travel Vlog | Croatia Travel Guide
Thanks for watching our Hvar Croatia Travel Vlog and this part of our Croatia travel guide. We loved our time exploring Hvar and the Pakleni Islands. Such beautiful water :) This island has...

Hvar CROATIA | Amazing Island | Vacation 2017
Hvar CROATIA | Amazing Island | Vacation 2017
Hi, HVAR its beautiful island in CROATIA, we spent one day there, a lot of things you can do. Enjoy watching my video, and you can share it with your friends, and if you liked it press like,...

Ferry from Split to Hvar, Croatia travel vlog
Ferry from Split to Hvar, Croatia travel vlog
Join us for a ferry from Split to Hvar, Croatia in this travel vlog where we start off the day in Zadar taking a scenic bus ride to Split. With time to kill in Split we grab a Kebab and then...

TOP THINGS TO DO IN HVAR | CROATIA TRAVEL GUIDE
TOP THINGS TO DO IN HVAR | CROATIA TRAVEL GUIDE
Hvar is by far Croatia's most expensive island & is one of ritz and glamour. It is a well-known vacation spot for celebrities & expect to pay up to almost twice the price for food and drink...

Island of Hvar - Croatia
Island of Hvar - Croatia
http://www.accommodation-in-croatia.com/search/en/croatia/riv-island-hvar/77/1/ The island of Hvar is the longest and sunniest of Croatian islands and is considered one of the ten most beautiful...

HVAR || ISLAND TOUR || RENTING SCOOTERS || TRAVEL CROATIA VLOG #21
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CROATIA VLOG || WHAT TO DO IN HVAR || RENTING SCOOTERS || STARIGRAD || JELSA || BRUSJE || TOP THINGS TO DO CROATIA We spent the day touring around the island on a 50cc scooter we rented for...

Staying in Sobe | Hvar, Croatia
Staying in Sobe | Hvar, Croatia
Hvar Town was the fifth place I visited on my two-week back-packing trip around Croatia. I took a chance on staying in a soba, which is a room for rent within a local's home, and walked around...

Places, Sights, and Attractions

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Black Pepper
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jenny z
Do not leave without ordering the brodetto (main) and the truffle pasta. Best meal I had in Croatia
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Vinicius Gaensly ®
the athmosphere is great, between the narrow streets...prices are acceptaple for this kind of good quality..waiters are so sympathic!
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Alla Altunina
Stunning views from the fort above the city. Worth the hike and the small admission fee.
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Hvarska Pjaca
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Omid Ashtari
My fav place <3
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Lungo Mare
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Maria Niedballa
The atmosphere is terrific with a gorgeous outdoor dining area with views across the ocean. An absolute must.
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Jakob Fleiner
Must experience in Hvar! Dance the sunset away with amazing music and great coctails along with the waves smashing into the rocks!
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Nonica
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Dragana 💕
Bitter cheesecake is... bitter. Really good stuff.
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Hvar
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Steve Inyo
Very nice island with many options, clubs, bars, restaurants, party nights and calm evenings. Value for money, not very crowded but accommodation needs to be booked in advance. You must come!
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Konoba Menego
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Julie ODonnell
Traditional Croatian tapas, perfect for sharing! Love the interior, very rustic, a bit dark.
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Lola Bar
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Amazing food and even better service ! Try the steamed buns !
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Macondo
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Wi-fi 666DEBE002
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Tim Collins
Michael Is super impressive. Absolutely the best meal and service I've had in Croatia. Venje wine, Eros carpaccio, and truffle gnocchi are standouts
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If you have reserved in advance, the veal peak is brilliant! Need a few hours notice but really is special and traditional!
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Momo Beach
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debora chen
Linda praia!!! Vá!!!!
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Amfora beach
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Welcome to the Travyde travel guide to Hvar! Find out what to see, do, explore, buy, eat, and sleep in Hvar, as well as suggested itineraries, feedback from other traveller's, travel blog entries, video guides, relevant social media content and much more. Hvar is an island off the coast of Croatia. Gently rolling hills painted a brilliant purple by the fertile flowers, lush vineyards nestling at the foot of ragged mountains, gorgeous beaches with tiny inlets and secluded coves, luscious restaurants, boutiques, and a vibrant nightlife amidst the medieval streets of Hvar Town are just a few of the treats to enjoy on this dream of an island. Imposing fortifications hover above the fluid blend of grey stone and orange cascading roofs. The remains of walls built by a long list of invaders descend towards the wide promenade edging the brilliant blue sea and the quaint fishing harbor. Marble streets reveal one of the largest squares in Dalmatia, Trg Sveti Stjepana as well as the prized Cathedral of St. Stjepan and the Renaissance theatre. Hvar Town may be the most stunning town on the island but Stari Grad, the oldest city in Croatia, and Jelsa, as well as a smattering of small villages, dotting the coast or nestled in the lush interior are well worth a visit.
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Hvarska riva
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Dave B
come and visit, a must in Croatia.
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Red Red Wine bar Hvar
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Red Red Wine Bar Hvar
The best spot to choice a good wine! Music is excellent. A most enjoy place
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Teraca
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Rachel Roberts
Rakija od rogača
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Alviz
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Dave S.
The best pizza, great staff, very reasonable prices. One of the most enjoyable restaurants in town.
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Slastičarnica HVAR
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Afro lynne
Friendly staff, good location for people watching, and most of all it opens late! Exceeded my expectation👌😊
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Junior
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Yildiz Simsek
Get the Skampi Buzara, use the remaining bread to dip into the juice. Sea bass is slightly grilled and superbly delicious.
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Pršuta Wine Bar
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Brynn Shepherd
If your tired of the noisy main streets. Go to this place. Trust the staff. We had excellent reasonable wine with a great atmosphere.
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Néstor Martinez
Place to be in hot summer evening!!! Best cocktails in Hvar and excellent club sandwich...but the coolest part is great live jazz every night. Can't wait this summer again !!!
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Liz A.
Spicy eggs were lovely and the bread in amazing. Really friendly place to chill and scoff x
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Irina B
Get the shark appetizer!
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