Stari Grad

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Stari Grad means "old town". Founded in 384 BC by the Greeks, nowadays it is a maze of flower-covered steps, carved balconies, vaulted passages and walled gardens (particularly the southern side). Make sure you visit Tvrdalj, the house of the 16C poet Petar Hektorovic and its superb garden. The Dominican monastery built in the 15C and 16C is also well worth a look, as is St John's chapel (Sv. Ivana), built in the 12C on the site of an ancient temple (note the 6C mosaics).

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Tvrdalj
Tvrdalj
Also known as the "House of Petar
30 minutes
Vrboska
Vrboska
This small port on the island of Hvar is
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Beach of Zlatni Rat
Beach of Zlatni Rat
This shingle beach, bordered by waters
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Dragon's cave
Dragon's cave
The fantastic carvings depicting dragons
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Vineyards
Vineyards
The southern coast of the island of Hvar
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Dominican monastery
Dominican monastery
This monastery built on the rocky
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Tvrdalj
Tvrdalj
Also known as the "House of Petar
30 minutes
Vrboska
Vrboska
This small port on the island of Hvar is
60 minutes
Dominican monastery
Dominican monastery
This monastery built on the rocky
30 minutes
See all