Villa Flandria offers 2 modern apartments with all the necessary comfort and a private pool and small gym. There is possibility of breakfast and in the evening we are able to provide a Croatian specialty, cooked by the host or hostess.
For those arriving by car, there a private parking provided. For those who come by plane, there is the possibility of renting a car or motorbike. Villa Flandria also features a specific Dalmatian motorboat which can be rented by the day with the host as captain. One can make trips to wonderful bays and with a bit of luck spot dolphins. To explore the island, we can take you on a trip with a 4 x 4 to get a different view on the beautiful island of Hvar.
From 2016 we also offer a new accommodation. This is a luxury apartment suitable for 4 persons. The property is situated in the picturesque fishing village Vrboska, on the sunniest side of the bay and sea. Via the private path, you are only 30 meters from the sea.
|Address: Vrisnik 126, Jelsa, Hvar|
|Zip/Postal Code: 21465|
|Latitude/Longitude: 43.1612999 / 16.690258399999948|
|Distance to the centre||Jelsa||4 km|
|Distance to the sea||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest airport||Jelsa watervliegtuig||4 km|
|Nearest airport 2||Split airport||70 km|
|Nearest airport 3||Zadar||200 km|
|Nearest bank / ATM||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest bar||Svirce||1 km|
|Nearest beach||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest bus stop||Vrisnik||50 meters|
|Nearest doctor||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest ferry port||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest hospital||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest laundromat||Svirce||1 km|
|Nearest naturist beach||Soline||8 km|
|Nearest petrol station||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest pharmacy||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest playground||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest post office||Jelsa||4 km|
|Nearest restaurant||Konoba Vrisnik||400 meters|
|Nearest supermarket||Jelsa||4 km|
The centre of the sunniest Croatian island of the same name - Hvar is a unique blend of luxurious Mediterranean natural surroundings, layer upon layer of a rich cultural and historical heritage and sophisticated tourism. Located in picturesque natural surroundings on the south side of the island, surrounded by mighty medieval walls, magical fields and the scent of lavender, Hvar is a never-ending treasure of monumental heritage, culture and atmospheres. Its name originates from the word PHAROS - the Greek name for the island of Hvar and the town which was formerly in the place of the present Stari Grad (the Old Town) from which it took over the title as island centre in the 13th century.
From its castle Španjol, high above the town, majestic views open up over the green Pakleni otoci (the Hell Islands) (ACI Marina Palmižana) and the open sea. The main city square in front of the cathedral by the Arsenal and the oldest European theatre from the 17th century are a favourite gathering place for tourists. Many museums hide valuable works of art (The Last Supper from the 15th century in the dining room of the Franciscan Monastery) and the Benedictine Monastery, famous for its lace making from agave fibres, is often visited.