Hvar yacht rental is the best way to to visit this beautiful island, home to the most UNESCO heritage of any island in the world. An island with more sun than any other in all Europe, the birthplace of organized tourism in Europe in 1868 and home to the oldest public theatre in Europe, dating back to 1612.
An island whose beaches and clear waters are regularly featured in top ten lists, and whose healthy UNESCO Mediterranean Diet is a symbol of its healthy lifestyle. An island fine wine story has attracted the only Master of Wine in all Croatia to make wine from its indigenous grapes.
Party lover? A nearby island is dedicated to your needs, part of the magical Pakleni islands, which are a sailing, kayaking and chilling paradise. And speaking of activities, even world champions come for their winter cycling training.
An island whose idyllic traditional lifestyle is safe and perfect for children (the grandfather of dactyloscopy was born here, after all), where hospitality is part of the local DNA. Welcome to Hvar, the island where dreams really do come true.
One of the jewels of Croatian tourism, Hvar Town is the capital and largest settlement of the island of the same name. Its rich Venetian architecture harks back to its glorious cultural past, while people watching on the largest square in all Dalmatia is a very popular activity today. The rich cultural heritage which includes the oldest public theatre in Europe continues today with the Hvar Summer Festival, whose locations include the Franciscan Monastery, Veneranda, the Arsenal and theatre, and Hanibal Lucic garden. Don’t forget to climb to the Spanish Fortress for fabulous views of the town and Pakleni Islands.
Hvar’s iconic waterfront, or riva, is among the most exclusive on the Adriatic, where backpackers and superyachts mingle in this most egalitarian of towns. Don’t miss the daily water taxis to the gorgeous Pakleni islands, which offer a range of activities, from beaches and nightlife, sailing and kayaking, to art galleries and fine dining.
Indulge in the restaurants and wine bars of Hvar Town, famed for their excellence in preparing local specialities such as Hvarska Gregada, as well as a wider Mediterranean and international menu.