Hvar is an island paradise situated on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia. It boasts spectacular beaches, ancient architecture, and lush vegetation. With its rich culture, stunning scenery, and pleasant climate, it’s no wonder that Hvar is a popular destination for travellers worldwide.
Getting to Hvar from the UK is easy – you can take direct flights from London to Split Airport, which is only a short ferry ride away from Hvar Town. Many budget airlines, such as Ryanair, offer cheap flights to nearby cities like Zadar or Dubrovnik, and then you can take a bus or ferry ride to Hvar Island.
Once on the island, there are plenty of things to do and see. The main town of Hvar has many restaurants serving traditional Croatian food alongside international cuisine. For those looking for nightlife, there are several lively bars and clubs where you can enjoy partying until dawn.
One of the most beautiful attractions on the island is Stari Grad Plain – a UNESCO World Heritage Site with archaeological remains dating back 4500 years! The old town has many historical landmarks, such as the 13th-century St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Fortica Spanjola fortress and the 15th-century Franciscan Monastery, with its impressive library containing rare manuscripts.
Beaches are one of the biggest draws to this stunning island – whether diving into crystal-clear waters at Paklinski Islands or soaking up some sun rays at Zavala Beach – there’s something for everyone here! Other activities include sailing trips around the islands nearby or going on day tours out onto the open sea for some deep-sea fishing or swimming with dolphins.
Hvar is a dream destination full of wonders; one visit won’t be enough to experience everything this island offers!