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Since 2012.

Unfortunately no. Hvar has only a small sports airport. Commercial airport is in Split, which is only 1 hour away from Hvar by ferry.

You actually have two options. If you are traveling by car or if you like a bit longer boat ride, than car ferry is first option and it takes arround 1:45hr to get to Stari Grad on the island of Hvar. Second option is fast catamaran, it's going to take only 1hr to get to Hvar town.

Pakleni islands are close by Hvar town, and you have numerous taxi boats which are going to take you to the island of your choice(There is actually 12 of them!). If you would like to see more than one island in a day, you can always book one of our boats, and explore them all.

Hvar is well known for its rich night life. But no... Hvar is primary a cultural center with the most UNESCO protected sites in Europe, oldest theater in Europe and stunning old town, it's also well known for amazing food delicacies, wineyards, lavander and sage fields, and much more

Sunčani Hvar has 11 hotels in it's portfolio. but the best hotels are Riva yacht harbour hotel, Adriana spa hotel, Amfora grand beach resort, and Pharos bayhill hotel

List of the good restaurants in Hvar is really long. But the best restaurants in Hvar for us are: Dalmatino, Gariful and Macondo

Hvar has quite few nice beaches only few minutes by foot from Hvar town, but for us the best beach in Hvar is Pokonji Dol. You have about 20min by foot, but it's worth. There is beautiful pebble beach and really nice beach bar/restaurant Mustačo.

This is our favorite month in Hvar, because weather is hot, but not to hot, sea is worm and nice, prices are not high as in peak season, and there is not too many people in town.

Hvar is definitely more expensive than some other destinations in Croatia, but for a reason. Hvar is known as a jet set yacht island with exclusive bars, restaurants and villas. But there is something for everybody. You can find really expensive places and some pretty fair ones.

There is a lot of things to see in Hvar, but we will highlight our favourites:

Hvar castle Fortica is on 20 min by foot uphill trough the pine forest and exotic plants, but it's totally worth! you can see medieval dungeons, amphorae museum and the spectacular view of the town.

The central stone core of the town Hvar, called “piazza”, will leave nobody indifferent. Among many souveniers in the shops or coral jewelry stores intended for cruiser tourists, there is one special product that definitely needs emphasizing – a souvenier from Hvar created by diligent and dedicated work of the Benedictine nuns – Hvar lace. Embroidering lace from agave strings is a protected cultural heritage, and was recognized by the UNESCO in September 2009.

Get lost in the maze of Pakleni Islands and explore numerous hidden beaches, beach bars and restaurants

The 15th-century Franciscan monastery houses a rich display of museum exhibits including a collection of Greek, Roman and Venetian coins, rare amphora, and an ancient edition of Ptolemy's Atlas, dated from 1524. There's also a beautiful painting of The Last Supper thought to be the work of celebrated 16th-century Venetian painter Matteo Ingoli, and a 300-year-old Cypress tree standing tall in the monastery garden.

Hvar theatre, situated in the building called Arsenal is a highest level monument of national significance to the Republic of Croatia, and it's the oldest communal theatre in Europe.