Hvar Island, Croatia. It is regarded a jewel of the historically and culturally significant Dalmatian islands, scattered in the Adriatic Sea. Since antiquity Hvar has been an important port for the Greeks, Romans and Byzantines. Versatile history is present in numerous architectural monuments, that attract not only curious tourists, but scientists, historians and archeologists as well.
The island also features rich nature, great beaches and fresh air, since it is further from polluted civilization. Instead one can admire fragrant fields of lavender or ancient olive trees. Local wine manufacturers are among the leaders in Croatia, therefore Hvar never ceases to spoil the visitors with good wine. The island also has a busy nightlife, making it a perfect destination for everybody’s taste.
Why to go there?
Various activities, great nature, cuisine and wine.
When to go there?
Hvar drops in Mediterranean climate zone, making it pleasant and mild all year round.
How to get there?
Take a ferry from Split, that you can reach by train, bus or car.
Lead photo by Europe Trotter
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