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    Sveti Ivan (St. John) Square

    by tpk2 Written May 9, 2007

    Sveti Ivan Square is one of the oldest part of Jelsa. In the center of this small square stands the Church of St. John, dating back to 15th century, surrounded by Barogue style town houses.

    The church of Sv. Ivan
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    • Architecture
    • Historical Travel

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    artisinal flavored grappas

    by marktynernyc Updated Sep 22, 2005

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    KristaB, from Solvenia, recommended this family's homemade wines and grappas. Tasty and beautifully bottled - if you're looking for something special - seek out this producer in Jelsa

    different types of grappas Ms. Dubokovic look for two identical grey stone houses

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  • Jelsa Hotels

    8 Hotels in Jelsa

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  • Hotel Hvar

    Racic BB, Jelsa, 21465, Croatia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Apartmani Kir

    Vitarnja 21, Jelsa, Croatia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Azalea Hotel Fontana-Jadran-Pinus

    When we booked our reservation for the Hotel Fontana - Pinus Apartments they were owned by the...

  • Pansion Zardin

    Mala Banda BB, Jelsa, 21465, Croatia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo


    IVAN DOLAC, Jelsa, 21465, Croatia

  • Guesthouse Huljic

    Jelsa Bb, Jelsa, 21465, hr

  • Hotel L'Accento

    Mala Banda bb, Jelsa, 21465, Croatia

  • Hotel Azalea Mina

    No Street Name, Jelsa, 21465, HR

Jelsa Restaurants

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    Konoba Humac: incredible grilled lamb in a perfect...

    by marktynernyc Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Konoba Humac is located east of Jelsa. You'll have take a rock filled, dirt road to reach this konoba but the effort is well rewarded. The setting looks out towards Brac - you sit beneath trees amid a cluster of stone houses. Order a glass of the strong red plavic and take in the view, and let the tranquilty of the setting work it's magic. All the food is locally produced. You must order 'under the bell' type dishes in advance.

    Favorite Dish: The lamb was incredibly tender and juicy - the thinly sliced grilled potatoes slightly smoky from the grill. The salted sardines were bathed in fresh olive oil. The home made plavic wine is robust and strong. Thanks to KristaB for recommendation.

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    Marko: A step up from Hambi

    by halikowski Updated Aug 13, 2008

    Well-priced, pleasant location, good food

    Favorite Dish: Seafood risotto 40 kn
    Breadcrumbed hake 35 kn
    Wiener Schnitzel 45 kn
    Grilles calamari 40kn
    1 litre local wine 50 kn
    Please note these are 2004 prices.
    The same risotto in summer 2008 cost 50kn! But the places is still excellent.

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Jelsa Nightlife

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    various locations, see programme.: Ljeti Festival, summer festival

    by halikowski Updated Aug 16, 2008

    Some great events taking place in the evenings: poetry recitals on the little garden island in the middle of Vrboska, opera in the main square in Jelsa, Dobronic exhibition in the Opcinski Dom (Town Hall, Jelsa). The authorities are making a big effort now for tourists.

    Dress Code: casual

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    Youth Club in the park

    by halikowski Written Apr 1, 2005

    .. well it's a cafe that seems to attract teenagers. It's in the middle of the Dubokovic park, and has an internet cafe attached. Verandah and wooden pergolas provide shade.

    Dress Code: plenty of punks there, so don;t worry!

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