Island of Hvar
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.
Croatia : Island hopping between Split and Dubrovnik
The Dalmatian coast is rich and varied enough to cater for all types of holidaymakers. Depending on your taste you can enjoy scuba diving in the Blue Grotto on the island of Bisevo, chilling out on Zlatni Rat beach on the island of Brac, or culture vulturing in the towns of Hvar and Korcula. This itinerary takes in all these activities and takes you down the coast in stages, finishing with a memorable visit to the city of Dubrovnik.Discover
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