Island of Hvar - sunniest Croatian island
Hvar is a town on the eponymous island of Hvar in Dalmatia, Croatia. The municipality has a population of 4,138 while the city itself is inhabited by 3,672 people, making it the largest settlement on the island of Hvar. It is located on the opposite side of the island from Stari Grad.
Hvar has more than 2700 sunny hours in a year. This island of heather, sunshine and crickets, the island of lavender, sage and wine and the island of rosemary and secluded coves is one of the most favorite tourist destinations in Croatia.
The most famous town on island Hvar are Hvar, Jelsa and Stari Grad. We recommend town Hvar as must see!
On Hvar you will find crystal clean sea with pebble and sandy beaches. Most beautiful Hvar beaches are Paklinski otoci situated just in front of Hvar town, they are connected with boat line that runs often. Beside this ones, most popular beaches are: Jerolim, Zdrilica -also on Paklinski otoci, Palmizana and Pokonji dol.
Things to see
Hvar, with its seven century-old walls and fortifications, is the site of the oldest municipal theatre in Europe, opened in 1612. The town also has many galleries, museums, and exhibitions. Also worth visiting: Arsenal, Loggia and Clock tower, Franciscan monastery, Cathedral of St. Stephan, and Town's main square which is largest in Dalmatia.
Whether you will spend warm summer days on one of popular beaches on Hvar or on one of the many secluded coves, we are sure that you will never forget your holidays on the island of Hvar in Croatia!
Boat lines for Hvar island:
Split - Bol (Brač) - Jelsa (Hvar) and Split - Milna (Brač) - Hvar (no cars)
You also have lines: Rijeka - Split - Stari Grad (Hvar) - Korcula - Sobra (Mljet) - Dubrovnik, Split - Hvar - Vela Luka (Korcula) - Ubli (Lastovo) - Vis, Split - Stari Grad, Drvenik (near Makarska) - Sucuraj and catamaran line Korcula - Prigradica - Hvar - Split. More about boat lines for island of Hvar
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