Also known as „Sunny island“ is very popular among many tourists by its sumptuous Mediterranean nature, rich in tradition and nightlife. Today is considered one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world and that is the reason why is called also king of Dalmatian coast. An unmistakable details are the vast fields of lavender, ancient olive trees and vineyards which will not leave you indifferent. Every visitor should visit Old town Hvar. Strolling along the monuments such us Fortica Fortress, Hvar Cathedral, theatre, Arsenal and Franciscan monastery will lead you through the long history of the city.


Like a necklace of brilliants Pakleni otoci (Pakleni Islands) have spread in front of the port of Hvar. Over six miles long group of islets represents one of biggest attractions of Croatian tourism. Spending a day there, you will feel adventurous at distance of only several hundred meters from island of Hvar. In the archipelago you will always find a hidden place for yourself. There you will feel safe, but will feel like being far away from civilization. Mild nature will help you to relax and rest.


Tiny island just off the southwestern tip of the island of Vis, with a permanent population of just 20 people! It is most famous for the spectacular Blue Cave (Modra špilja in Croatian) in Balun Bay, The sparkly, blue jewel in the crown on Biševo! This natural phenomenon sees a glowing blue light appear in the cave,24m long and 12m deep. Light enters the cave from an opening which – at around midday – causes the water in the cave to give off a glowing, shimmery blue light effect with the cave itself also appearing to glow blue.
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