The villa is located in the peaceful western part of Hvar town, where you can experience and privacy without being too far removed from the hustle and bustle of town life.Hvaris one of the most popular destinations in Croatia, due to the famously sunny weather, historical tourist destinations, and beautiful beaches.
The island of Hvar allows you the perfect base to explore other Croatian destinations, with ferries regularly available to take you to Brac or Makarska. Croatia is known for the beautiful nature and historical sites that you should be sure to take advantage of during your holiday.
This traditional stone villa can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people, with 2 double bedrooms and 2 twin bedrooms on the second floor of the villa. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished with ample storage space as well as desk space should you so need it.
One double bedroom opens up to the terrace area that overlooks the pool and surrounding nature. There are also 3 bathrooms within the villa, with both bath and shower options and a washing machine.
On the bottom floor of the villa, there is an open plan living room, dining room, and kitchen space. There is ample room to relax and in the living room, there are a television and French doors that lead out onto the pool area.
The dining area also opens up onto the pool area, where you can enjoy your dining experiences and the breath-taking Croatian sunset. The modern kitchen provides everything you should need during your stay at the villa.
The outdoor pool area is surrounded by well-kept bushes to allow you the utmost privacy. There is an abundance of space to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine whilst outdoors, as well as further outdoor dining space if you should choose to dine al fresco.
|Distance to the centre||1.5 km|
|Distance to the sea||50 meters|
|Nearest bank / ATM||1.5 km|
|Nearest beach||50 meters|
|Nearest bus stop||1.5 km|
|Nearest ferry port||15 km|
|Nearest hospital||1.5 km|
|Nearest petrol station||4 km|
|Nearest pharmacy||1.5 km|
Imagine waking up to a sunrise that paints the sky in hues of pink and gold, your day filled with sun-soaked adventures in a world-class destination. Welcome to Hvar, Croatia's most enchanting island that seamlessly blends an enticing history, vibrant culture, awe-inspiring landscapes, and an exquisite culinary scene. From picturesque beaches to top-tier restaurants, let’s dive into the ultimate travel guide that will reveal the best things to do and see, plus the finest dining spots in Hvar.
1. Hvar Town's Historical Marvels
Start your journey by strolling through the charming cobblestone streets of Hvar Town. This stunning area is marked by Gothic palaces, tranquil monasteries, and the iconic Fortica Fortress. Climb up to this ancient fortress to capture panoramic views of Hvar Town and the Pakleni Islands. The fortress' museum also offers a captivating glimpse into Hvar's history.
2. The Mesmerizing Blue Cave
Next on your bucket list should be the Blue Cave. Located on the nearby island of Biševo, this natural wonder is renowned for its magical blue light. Be prepared for an unforgettable boat trip that takes you inside the cave to witness an ethereal glow that is nothing short of a photographer's dream.
3. The Lavender Fields of Hvar
Your Hvar visit wouldn't be complete without a trip to its mesmerizing lavender fields. Known as the "Lavender Island", Hvar's central region is beautifully adorned with these fragrant purple fields, especially in early summer. Make sure to pick up some handmade lavender products as unique souvenirs.
4. Hula Hula Beach Bar
As the sun begins to set, there's no better place to be than the Hula Hula Beach Bar. Known for its beachside location and live music, it's the perfect spot to enjoy an evening cocktail while taking in the mesmerizing sunset views.
Best Restaurants in Hvar
Overlooking the picturesque Pakleni Islands, Divino is a culinary haven for food enthusiasts. Offering a variety of gourmet dishes, from the freshest seafood to locally sourced meats, its menu caters to the most discerning palates. The wine list, featuring a selection of Croatian and international labels, complements the dining experience.
Nestled in the heart of Hvar's old town, Macondo is famed for its authentic Dalmatian cuisine. The highlight is their signature dish, "gregada" - a traditional fish stew that embodies the essence of Hvar's culinary tradition.
Another gem in Hvar Town, Dalmatino offers a perfect blend of impeccable service, a cozy atmosphere, and a menu that marries traditional Dalmatian fare with a contemporary twist. Don’t miss their succulent steak and lobster dishes.
From historical treasures and natural wonders to an enticing gastronomical journey, Hvar guarantees an unforgettable trip for all. Experience the magic of Hvar, Croatia's sunniest and most luxurious island.
Remember, the allure of Hvar extends beyond just these highlights. This charismatic island is waiting to be explored, and it's bound to captivate you with its many secrets. Pack your bags and set sail for an adventure that's as vibrant and unforgettable as Hvar itself!
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|Rate summary||€208 - €619||€1,456 - €4,333||-||3 Nights||-|