Holidays to Hvar Island
Ringed by pretty shingle beaches and turquoise waters, a trip to Hvar combines lazy days in the sun with fabulous food and outdoor exploration. Domestic produce, including wine, olive oil, lavender, and locally-netted fish, direct the island's food scene. Pine-covered hillsides provide stunning terrain for hiking. At night, crowds pour into exclusive clubs and bars. Partying is big on Hvar, and the FOR music festival is held there annually.
A thin, sandy beach near Jelsa, on the north coast of the island. It's perfect for paddling and there's a cafe nearby.
A pretty pebble beach tucked into a tiny cove 8km east of Hvar town. There's a beachside restaurant next to the shore.
Diocletan's Palace is a unique set of Roman ruins, which the city has evolving within its footprint.
Split City Museum
Discover the history of the city alongside sculpture, artwork, weapons, furniture and coins.
Game of Thrones Tour
Split's atmospheric alleyways were used in Game of Thrones to represent the streets of post-siege Mereen.
Visit the Blue Cave
Tours run to the Blue Cave and some of the nearby islands by boat. There's time to swim and snorkel too.
Hvar's speciality: a warm fish stew with white wine, best eaten with a spoon. Restaurants serve shareable portions.
Freshly caught seafood is the focus of Hvar's restaurants. Find some of the best in Hvar town or Pakleni islands.
The island's nightlife capital, summer nights are popular with young partygoers - lots of clubs and bars to choose from.
Less crowded evenings can be found in Jelsa's low-key bars and restaurants. Flit between bars and try homemade brandy.
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