Things to see and do - Hvar
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Hvar Travel guide
Hvar : Michelin's recommendations
The island of Hvar is a thriving tourist resort. In summer its quays are lined with luxury yachts and café terraces. The site was an important centre under the Greeks, but the town owes most of its splendid architectural heritage to the influence of Venice. In the 16C it was rebuilt after being ransacked by the Turks. The quayside is the heart of the lower town, while the upper town, dominated by the fortress, is entirely surrounded by ramparts.
Tourist attractions Hvar : Things to see and do
HR - 21450 Hvar
This monastery occupies an idyllic site on a headland overlooking the sea. Built from 1465, only two monks still live here. Its museum boasts some fantastic works such as a fresco of the Last Supper (17C) and a rare Atlas by Ptolemy, printed in 1524...
Fortica HR - 21450 Hvar
This fort built in the 16C with the proceeds of the sale of salt and the help of Spanish engineers, replaced the former Illyrian fortifications which dated from the Greek occupation. During the great Turkish onslaught of 1571, the local inhabitants f..
HR - 21450 Hvar
A stony path leads down between the trees to this enchanting shingle beach. A tiny hamlet with a manor, chapel and a few fishermen's houses endow this site with a timeless atmosphere.
Ulica Dinka Kovačevića 10 HR - 21450 Hvar
Hotel Pharos is surrounded by pine trees, a 5-minute walk from Hvar's marina and public beaches. It offers rooms with park or sea views and free Wi-Fi in public areas. The complex consists of 5 pavilions and features an outdoor swimming pool with th..
Obala Riva 27 HR - 21450 Hvar
This boutique hotel is located on the most popular promenade in Hvar. Its air-conditioned rooms have been carefully designed in a contemporary style. Basic WiFi service is provided throughout the hotel free of charge, while high-speed WiFi access in ..
Trg Svetog Stjepana 5 HR - 21450 Hvar
Prix Prices from : 58 €
The Palace Hvar is the oldest hotel on Hvar, framed by St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the famous Hvar Theatre in a beautiful setting surrounded by Gothic and Renaissance architecture. The guest rooms overlook the Pjaca, the largest square in Dalmatia, ..