Island of Hvar

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The island of Hvar stretches out for 68km from east to west. Its thick gorse, highly indented coastline, good quality stone and rich soil (wine, honey and lavender) make it one of the most popular islands in Dalmatia, despite its lack of beaches. Make sure you visit Hvar, an irresistible town whose bars and restaurants are greatly appreciated by celebrities. The ports of Stari Grad and Vrboska are also more than worth a trip to enjoy their unique atmosphere, as are the vineyards and the beach of Dubovica.

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Dubovica beach
Dubovica beach
A stony path leads down between the
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St Stephen's Cathedral
St Stephen's Cathedral
The campanile and the façade of this
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Hvar Theatre
Hvar Theatre
This theatre, built in 1612 above the
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St Stephen's Square
St Stephen's Square
The main square, in front of the
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Spanish fortress
Spanish fortress
This fort built in the 16C with the
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Franciscan monastery
Franciscan monastery
This monastery occupies an idyllic site
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Dubovica beach
Dubovica beach
A stony path leads down between the
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Hvar coastal path
Hvar coastal path
This coastal path runs alongside the
Pakleni islands
Pakleni islands
This little archipelago is made up of
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