Just off the coast of Croatia, lies one of the world’s most enchanting islands- Hvar. As you get off the boat, you’ll be welcomed with the sweet scent of lavender, golden sunshine and sparkling sea waters. The gorgeous landscape on holidays all inclusive in Hvar constitute lush pine forests, rolling hills, rugged mountains, olive groves and vineyards along with a beautiful coastline with plenty of secluded coves. Holidays in Hvar are simply perfect for anyone wanting loads of adventure.
While, the Medieval walled town of Hvar with its Venetian palace, cathedral, 17th century theatre, Renaissance stone buildings and the lively town centre is a sight of its own. The town overlooks a beautiful harbour along with a bustling palm lined promenade. Thanks to such amazing sights and landscape on offer, Hvar has become a favourite of celebrities too.
For those looking for relaxation and calm on cheap all inclusive holidays in Hvar, it is ideal to laze around on the splendid coastline. Hvar is blessed with plenty of beaches both rocky and sandy surrounded by pine trees. The beaches on the northern side of the island are natural sandy beaches. You can also find shallow beaches in deep bays near Jelsa. Wherever you go pebbled beach or sandy ones, you are bound to find sparkling waters.
The nightlife on Hvar holidays revolves around the walled town. Hvar town, often referred to as the town that never sleeps, especially during the peak season from June to September; is the sum total of all evening entertainment in Hvar. The town has a special flair for enjoyment, there’s always some event on. There are also plenty of bars, restaurants, taverns and clubs where one can party all night. But it does seem to get crowded during high season. If you’re keen on something less crowded then you can visit the bars and restaurants in Jelsa.
When to go:
Due to its receiving plenty of sunshine, Hvar is often referred to as the ‘Island of Sun’. Being the sunniest spot in Croatia, all inclusive Hvar receives almost 12 hours of sunlight per day during the peak summer months of June, July and August. The mercury can reach up to the 30s during these months. The island like most of the other places in South Adriatic region enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters. While, those preferring a little cooler weather you should visit in May or September when the weather is a bit pleasant.
Map of Hvar, Croatia
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