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Tours in Hvar

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General Information about Hvar

Hvar is an island in Croatia and is one of the most popular destinations in the region. This small island boasts stunning beaches, charming villages and a world-renowned nightlife.

You can visit the town of Hvar, where you will find an old town with unique architectural elements, as well as sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, perfect for spending time with your family and enjoying the nice Mediterranean weather.

Nature lovers can enjoy walks around the island on the various trials that will take you along the beaches and hills and enjoy the views of the Adriatic Sea.

Hvar has beaches with crystal clear waters and white sand with unique shapes and locations, which make them a must to visit.

In addition, Hvar is known for its lively nightlife, with different pubs, clubs and discos where young people of all ages and countries enjoy their vacation in the most fun way.

Hvar is a complete tourist destination with different activities and options for everyone, making Hvar a perfect destination for vacations with family or friends.

What to See in Hvar

Hvar is a wonderful island that has different monuments, buildings and areas that you can not miss on your visit.

Town of Hvar

The town of Hvar is one of the main destinations on the island, with its beautiful architecture and historical heritage. Distributed around the town, you can find different monuments and historical and emblematic buildings such as the Old Town, St. Stephen's Cathedral and the Spanish Fortress.

Fortica Fortress

This fortress was built on top of a hill and offers panoramic views of the city and the Adriatic Sea that you cannot miss. The fortress was built in the 16th century in order to protect the city and the surrounding area from enemy attacks.

The Blue Grotto

A wonderful underwater cave located on the blue coast of the island. The cave is popular for its particular blue color, caused by the sunlight that enters inside and reflects on the cave walls, creating a magical atmosphere.

Zlatni Rat beach

Zlatni Rat beach is one of the best known beaches on the island due to its tongue shape with white sands and crystal clear waters. The beach is ideal to enjoy water activities with family and friends and enjoy the good Mediterranean climate of Croatia.

Franciscan Monastery

The Franciscan Monastery was founded in the 15th century and is known for its large collection of historical objects, its courtyards and gardens and views of the surroundings.

Cultural Aspects about Hvar

Hvar is a tourist destination famous for its rich history and culture. Since the time of the Greeks and Romans, Hvar has been an important center of transportation, trade and culture. 

The town boasts a large number of historic buildings and monuments, which are a reflection of its rich history dating back more than two thousand years.

St. Stephen's Cathedral and the Spanish fortress are two of the city's most prominent buildings, and are must-sees for any tourist interested in learning about the local culture. 

The town's main square, St. Stephen's Square, is a popular place to gather and enjoy the lively local atmosphere.

Hvar is also known for its music and dance, and its culture is lively and diverse. 

The town hosts numerous festivals throughout the year, and the Hvar Summer Festival is one of the most popular. 

Tourists can enjoy a wide variety of cultural events, such as concerts, dance performances and theater.

In addition, the food and wine on Hvar are delicious and of high quality. The island has a long tradition of winemaking, and there are many wineries on the island that offer wine tastings and tours of their vineyards.

Traditional Hvar Food

Hvar is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Croatia, and one of the key points of this success is its gastronomy.

Hvar has a Mediterranean culinary mix and influences from Croatian gastronomy which makes it have typical dishes such as Pekka, a meat and vegetable stew, Brudet, a fish stew with tomatoes and spices, or Pasticada, a meat stew marinated and cooked with wine and local spices.

In addition, Hvar is known for its production of wines, olive oil and liqueurs.

You can visit different wineries on the island and taste the special wines of the area to directly enjoy the culture of Hvar.

As well-known wineries we can find the winery Zlatan Otok, which produces about 250,000 bottles of wine a year. One of its star wines is the Plavac Exclusive.

What are the best beaches in Hvar?

Hvar is an island with lovely beaches, the most popular or the most recommended to visit can be: Pokonji Dol beach, Zlatni Rat beach, Solin beach, Stipanska beach or Milna beach.

When is the best time to visit Hvar?

The best time to visit Hvar is in the summer months, due to its perfect Mediterranean climate to spend your days on the island enjoying the wonderful beaches.

What documentation do I need to enter Hvar?

To enter Hvar, you will need a valid passport and a visa depending on your country of origin. We recommend you to contact your embassy for relevant questions.

What is the climate like in Hvar?

As a Mediterranean city, Hvar has hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. In summer, the average temperature is around 25 degrees, and in winter 10 degrees.

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