Three months ago the world stopped. We all held our breaths and waited to see what will happen next. A few days ago, Europe started to breathe again. Covid-19 backed off a little. Many of the restrictions that were in force are now removed or mitigated. Finally, even borders opened, and traveling is back on the menu. So, what to do on Hvar island now that everything is slowly waking up, but most of the places are still sleeping?
For over 2000 years people are living in Stari Grad. It was not always known by that name, but that doesn’t matter. What matters is that this is a place rich with history, tradition, and love.
When you are on one of the most beautiful and innact island in this part of the world, you can be sure you’ll find many places that will give you all you need. Serenity, isolation, escape from reality, and clear sea.
What if we tell you that there’s a place where you can have all that plus food, music, and good time?
We already told you that there are two towns on the island of Hvar that are feminine - one is Jelsa, and another one is Vrboska. Vrboska is not only a lady, but it is also the smallest town on the island.
- Jelsa - one of the island's old ladies
- Active vacation on Hvar - cycling, hiking, fishing tours, and more
- Sućuraj - a heavenly town on a heavenly island
- Festival levande 2014.