Destinations - Island of Hvar

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Welcome to the island which boasts of being the sunniest Dalmatian island. Nature has granted it 320 sunny hours of all days in a year. The scents of rosemary and lavender, a wooded shore and an exceptional cultural richness reveal why Hvar is a favourite tourist destination!

Stari Grad

Stari Grad is one of the oldest European towns and the oldest town on the island o Hvar - the island of sunshine, lavender and wine - which is proud of its tradition of 130 years of organized tourism. Due to its special position - it is enclosed on the one side with the land and the fields of lavender and vineyards, and on the other side it is protected by the sea - Stari Grad has a special tourist attractiveness and it is one of the most visited holiday resorts on the Adriatic.


Zavala is an attractive place on the south side of the island of Hvar, the sunniest Dalmatian island. You can enjoy here the untouched nature and crystal-clear sea. Beautiful beaches and the vicinity of Šcedro are the advantages of this uninhabited island of wild beauty. Zavala and its surroundings are favourite excursion points for the Hvar visitors. Small villages with preserved traditional houses are especially interesting.


Vrboska is a tourist destination and harbor in the central part of the northern coast of the island of Hvar. It is located in a narrow and deeply indented bay and has 523 inhabitants who live off of olive, fruit and wine growing, as well as off of fishing. Vrboska has everything you need for a quiet family holiday; it is surrounded by pine trees, it has several hotels, numerous private rooms and apartments, and many sports facilities. Apart from a harbor suitable to anchor small yachts, there is also a well-equipped marina for larger yachts in Vrboska. If in Vrboska, make sure to visit the Fishing Museum to find out more about Vrboska\'s long fishing tradition.


Jelsa is a small town on the north side of the island of Hvar, the sunniest island of the Adriatic Sea, known for its dense vegetation and fragrant fields of lavender. Jelsa has become an important centre on the island of Hvar and part of its 130 year-old tourist tradition. Surrounded with olive groves, vineyards and Mediterranean plants, Jelsa descends to the quiet of a blue cove luring visitors with its beaches.


Basina Bay lies on northern part of island Hvar. It is surrounded with a thick pine forest, fields of olive grove and vine. Just, 8km away from Jesla, 7km from Stari Grad and 5km from Vrbovska. By sea, it is at an equal distance from Jelsa, Vrbovska and Bol on the Island of Brac (approximately 3 nautical miles), which makes it suitable for small boats and skimmers. This area offers a possibility of a real vacation without cars or too many tourists. Basina is located within three beautiful coves. You can choose to bathe at the gravel beach, sunbathe on the flat stone surfaces or dive off the cliffs into the sea.

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