Considering a Gulet Charter in Hvar? We don’t blame you. It’s a wonderful place and boasts something for everyone. Let us tell you a little more about this up and coming destination and why you should definitely choose here for your sea vacation.
Hvar is the fourth largest of Croatia’s islands at 182 square miles (300 square km) in size. It is even sunnier than Brac, getting almost 2,800 hours of sunshine per year. There is however enough rain to keep the island green and to maintain the beautiful fields of lavender, rosemary, sage, marjoram and thyme and the carefully cultivated vineyards. For this reason, many people remark that in the spring the island smells like a herbalist’s shop! During your Gulet Charter in Hvar, you must purchase some lavender oil (or lavender itself), which is the main export of the island.
Hvar, and especially Hvar Town is increasingly building a reputation as something of an upmarket destination in Croatia. More recently, it has been a hotspot favoured by the rich and famous, who sail into town on their amazing yachts, much as you would do during your Gulet Charter in Hvar. It was none other than Prince Harry who famously fell into a pool whilst dancing at one of the happening bars, and Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Roman Abramovich have all been spotted soaking up the sun and culture here. There is plenty to do and enjoy in Hvar once you hop off of your luxury Gulet! It really is a beautiful island, and well worth a visit.
Spend your days basking in the sunshine on the attractive waterfront and adjoining main square Pjaca enjoying a coffee. Visit the nearby market and the modest sights by morning, laze on the beach by day and party in the bustling bars by night. Walk through the narrow streets of Groda to admire the little houses one on top of the other or along the promenade by the shore to Podstine.
You can also go the other way, past the Franciscan monastery to Križna Luka and to the farthest bay of Hvar in Pokonji Dol. Whichever you choose, make your way back to the square, and relax as you watch the world go by. What better way to spend your well-earned holiday?
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Getting to Hvar may take a little extra effort than some of the other destinations in Croatia, however the results could not me more worth it. The closest international airports to Hvar are the ones in Split and Dubrovnik. From Dubrovnik, frequent bus lines are available to Drvenik or Split, or you could hop in a taxi.
Split Airport is situated 30 km from Split ferry station. Transfer of passengers from the Airport is organised by buses, there is also a local bus every 20 minutes and taxis are available during the operating time of Split Airport. From Split, it’s a ferry ride to the island of Hvar where we will be waiting for you to join your luxury gullet and embark on the experience of a lifetime.