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Island of Hvar

Hvar, an island in the Adriatic Sea, is the longest and sunniest Croatian island and one of the most beautiful islands in the world.
It is part of the Central Dalmatian archipelago with an area of 299.6 km2, 68.2 km in length, 10.5 km in width, and a population of 11,459.

The island of Hvar is an administrative part of Split-Dalmatia County in Croatia.

Town of Hvar

The town of Hvar is a unique combination of abundant Mediterranean nature, rich and complex cultural & historical heritage, and modern tourist glamour.
Situated in a picturesque natural environment, facing the south, sunny side of the world that has provided it with all its Mediterranean appeal and brightness, facing the sea that has provided it with a splendid and unique history, Hvar is an inexhaustible treasury of scenes, atmospheres and adventures.

Camp Vira is located 4 km north of the town of Hvar.

Events in the Town of Hvar

All information is available at the official website of the Tourist Board of the Town of Hvar www.tzhvar.hr



The Old Town Field on the island of Hvar is a protected cultural landscape in which ancient Greek land division is preserved to the present day as a system of roads and terraced plots. It is the best preserved ancient Greek catastrophe in the Mediterranean because of which since 2008 the 7th Croatian site located on the UNESCO World Heritage List.


Hora Agrotourism - has a large 32,000 square meter and is located in the heart of the Old Town Field which is protected under the UNESCOM since 2008. Lavender plantations, a museum and lavender distillery, a vineyard, an olive grove, a garden with seasonal cultures, donkeys, homemade animals, an old Dalmatian house, and a wine and olive oil tasting, as well as a lunch for visitors, go to the estate.




The cave is described by Ransonet, and is located in the Balun bay on the eastern side of the island of Biševo. It has been available to the public since 1884, when the external entrance is broken, through which a small boat on the rocks enters the cave.

The cave has two openings, one smaller, artificially deepened, through which a rowing boat can pass and this opening has no influence on the cave light. The other opening is like a vault and is much wider, on the south side of the cave beneath the sea level, and through it penetrates the sunlight. Because of the Modre cave, the island has a tourist value. Around the submarine for the calm sea of ​​sun rays penetrate through the underwater hole in the Modola cave, they reflect from the white bottom and illuminate the cave of the blue and the water objects in silver. For small depths of caves and underwater cracks, it is suitable for scuba diving of all categories. Deep is 3 - 20 m. The cave is geomorphologically very interesting and represents a typical karst form.


On the southwestern coast of the Ravnik islet, not far from the island of Vis, lies the intact natural attraction, the Green Cave. At the cave of this cave there is a small hole through which sunsets penetrate for days, leaving a wonderful green color on the surface of the cave, whereby the cave is named after it. In the cave you can sail by boat or just simply swim. Wherever you come to the cave, one thing is for sure, you will enjoy its gorgeous beauty with the unusual light and sea play.