On the seaside of Hvar you will find the main towns of the island: Stari Grad, Jelsa, Milna, and the island’s main sight not to miss – Hvar Town, which is recognized not only by its perfectly preserved Venetian style architecture, but also the hottest and most exclusive nightlife in Croatia. Just off the shore of the Hvar Town, you will be amazed by the view of the most picturesque group of Paklinski islands. By sailing around Paklinski you will see many deserted lagoons and secluded bays with the color of the turquoise sea you must see for yourself.
Despite the popularity, the island of Hvar features many private isolated coves and secluded bays for those seeking ultimate privacy. Apart from the amazing coast, the island’s interior hides abandoned ancient hamlets, craggy peaks, vineyards, and fragrant lavender fields. Each settlement is rich with its own unique cultural and historical sites that are truly worth exploring.
Hvar, as the most luxurious beach destination, will definitely immerse you in its captivating island ambiance thanks to its amazing nature, friendly locals, admirable tradition, and wealth of cultural heritage that will take you through the many centuries of its existence.
On your way to Hvar, it is a fantastic opportunity to stop for swimming, snorkeling, sightseeing (…) at any place along the way to Hvar.
The most common route includes short stops to Elaphite islands, Pelješac, Korčula, and Šćedro.
That way, you have the opportunity to explore a great part of Southern Dalmatia on your way to Hvar.
Dubrovnik – Hvar (vice versa)