Hvar Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Off The Beaten Path
    by mircaskirca
  • Off The Beaten Path
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Hvar

  • 1. Dubovica

    The coast of Hvar is full of beautiful beaches and bays. During our stay on the island we tried to get each time to a different one and it was no problem to drive a half an hour or even an hour two...

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  • 2. Milna

    If you go from Hvar town towards the southern side of the island you find Milna, a small and peaceful village situated in a lovely bay with four large pebble beaches surrounded by pine forest, agaves,...

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  • 3. Zavala

    On the southern coast of the island facing the open sea is a small fishing village Zavala. It is located on the local road that goes from Jelsa. If you come from Stari Grad (as we did) in Jelsa you...

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  • 4. Jelsa

    During our "safari" trip we visited Grapceva cave, a hidden well preserved cave with interesting history - archaeologists have discovered that this cave was not inhabited, but was used as a place of...

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  • 5. Stari Grad

    If you come to Hvar, take a look at Stari Grad for a day...it's only a short bus ride from Hvar. Actually I arrived first on Stari Grad, and then took the bus from Hvar. The name "Stari Grad" simply...

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  • 6. Vis Island

    Still largely tourist free, the main settlements on the island is Vis town and Komiza which is connected by the asphalt road. Fishing is the main source of income on the island. Vis is the most...

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  • 7. Vrboska

    Vrboska, a picturesque fishing village in a long quiet cove, famous for a collection of first-rate paintings by old masters in the parish church of St. Lawrence. You can also pay a visit to the...

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  • 8. Sveta Nedjelja

    High above the village of Sveta Nedjelja (Holly Sunday) there is a natural cave, huge and well hidden. It had been inhabited for thousands of years, providing a safe shelter to local people from...

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  • 9. Scedro

    The island of Scedro is situated south of the larger island of Hvar. Its beauty lies in its indented coast and vegetation consisting of typical Mediterranean communities of woods and macchia. There...

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  • 10. Island hopping

    If Hvar is your sole destination in Croatia, you might like to consider taking a trip over to Brac , the island that lies to the north between Hvar and Split,...

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  • 11. No mod cons

    The Illyrians and their bunjas are a visible but mysterious presence on Hvar. For a structure that may be some 2000 years old, this bunja is in amazingly good...

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  • 12. Škorpion - Gallery and Shop

    Owned by Dagmar Meneghello, the passionate art collector and critic, Škorpion Gallery is only 10 minute walk from Palmi┼żana marina which can be reached by boat...

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  • 13. Sveti Klement - The Largest of the Pakleni Islands

    Pakleni Islands is a string of 11 small islands. The largest of these is Sveti Klement, a 20-minute boat ride rom Hvar town. It boasts many hidden sandy and...

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  • 14. Palmižana

    Palmi┼żana has been a favourite getaway for the people of Hvar since the turn of the 20th century. It's a picturesque hillside hamlet where Meneghello family...

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  • 15. Delightful Little Bay of Mala Stiniva

    Driving some 30 minutes from Jelsa in the direction to Sučuraj you come to Poljica, the first village on the main road. It is known for having one of the...

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  • 16. Abandoned Ecovillage of Humac

    With most of the tourism focused on the west of the island, very few visitors venture east of Jelsa when visiting Hvar. There are several hidden gems worth...

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  • 17. Velo Grablje

    Velo Grablje is one of Dalmatia's most picturesque settlements, situated in a valley along the old road between Hvar and Stari Grad, some 5 km from Brusje....

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  • 18. Vrisnik

    We passed by Vrisnik several times, but never stopped as we were always on the way to somwhere else. We were both curious about the village so one day we...

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  • 19. Pitve

    Pitve is the village that we passed by many times and thought of yet another lovely stone village. From the car it did not look a lot different from other stone...

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  • 20. Jagodna

    Beautiful bay of Jagodna is situated on the southern side of the island, at the foot of Sveti Nikola (the highest peak on the island, between Sveta Nedjelja and...

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  • 21. Abandoned Village of Malo Grablje

    Some 20-minute walk from the new road that connects Stari Grad and Hvar town, situated in a valley between three hills is a picturesque old stone village of...

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  • 22. Zaraće Village

    Zaraće is an old stone village on the south side of the island, along the main road from Stari Grad to Hvar town. The distance between Zaraće and Hvar...

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  • 23. Zaraće Beach

    Only a few kilometres after the bay of Dubovica is Zaraće. Following the new road from Stari Grad to Hvar town you have to turn left where a steep narrow...

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  • 24. Where to sonbathe

    You'd rather make the effort of taking every day a small boat (there are pleinty in front of hotel Adriatica, every 10 min) to one of the small uninhabited...

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  • 25. H'var can you go?

    To the end of the island, where the little town of Sucuraj sits on either side of a small harbour, cafes and konobas facing each other across the quaysides and...

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