Excursion destinations

Blaca monastery

Blaca monastery

The Hermitage of Blaca is a uniquely captivating monument – a tribute to human survival, ingenuity and resourcefulness dating from the mid 16th century. It was the hermitage (a secluded religious sanctuary) of the Glagolitic Order (Glagoljica Croatian ancient alphabet) raised on a steep cliff above the Blaca Bay west of Bol.

Blaca monastery

Blaca monastery

The Hermitage of Blaca is a uniquely captivating monument – a tribute to human survival, ingenuity and resourcefulness dating from the mid 16th century. It was the hermitage (a secluded religious sanctuary) of the Glagolitic Order (Glagoljica Croatian ancient alphabet) raised on a steep cliff above the Blaca Bay west of Bol.

Hvar island

It is Croatia's longest and sunniest island with 2.722 hours of sunlight per year. The name derives from the Greek name Pharos (lighthouse), the ancient name for the whole island and the town of Stari Grad. When Slavic tribes arrived to the island they couldn't...

Stari Grad Plain

Stari Grad Plain is since 2008 UNESCO protected as the largest cultivated field in the Adriatic practices virtually unchanged since 4th centuy BC. The plain demonstrates the comprehensiv of agriculture used by the ancient Greeks. The land was divided into geometrical...

Stari Grad (Old Town)

Stari Grad (Old Town) is older than Hvar Town and is one of the oldest towns in Europe. Greek colony (Pharos) was founded here in 385 BC and is a fine example of Greek urban development. The streets intersected at right angles and the city was protected by...

Hvar Town

Hvar Town

The settlement only became a true town in 1278, when the Venetians (during a brief period of occupation) encouraged people from Pharos (present-day Stari Grad) to relocate around this southwest facing bay, which they considered a more suitable center, as it could be better defended in the event of an attack.

Jelsa

Jelsa dates back to 14th Century established as a harbor of the ancient village of Pitve. It prospered in the 19th Century due to ship building industry. With the decline of sailing ship, Jelsa accepted new tourist challenge and the first hotel was built here as early...

Vrboska

Vrboska

Vrboska is the smallest town on the island Hvar. But it has the oldest and largest arts and artifacts of old masters owned by the church,
the only fishing museum on the island, ACI marina which is the most protected marina on the Adriatic coast and around 1 km of beach front.

Brusje

It's an ancient shepherd's settlement from the 16th Cent. Immigrants from the mainland tended to the flocks of the Hvar patricians here. Also, noblemen from Hvar spent heir summers here, due to fresh air and relatively high altitude. Brusje was especially noted for...

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