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Hvar Travel Guide - Explore Croatia with CroGulets

Hvar, one of the most famous summer destinations in Europe is also one of the luxurious islands in Croatia.

The island of Hvar can offer breath-taking nature, crystal clear waters, historical monuments, and a busy nightlife scene. It seems that the island of Hvar has it all, and that is why it is the perfect destination during a gulet charter in Croatia.

The island is located on the Dalmatian Coast, between the islands of Brač, Vis, and Korčula. Hvar is considered to be one of the sunniest spots in Europe, which makes it perfect to visit during the summer holiday season.

Things to do while on a vacation in Hvar, Croatia

1. Explore Hvar Town

Hvar is one of the favorite places of the rich and famous. Hvar Town is a chich place, with exciting bars and clubs, and plenty of restaurant options for a nice dinner trying the delicious Croatian food specialties.

Hvar Town, Croatia

2. See the view from the Fortica

One of the best views of the island is from Fortica, a highlight of any visit of Hvar Town. The view from the top of Hvar and Pakleni islands is simply majestic.

Majestic view from the Fortica, Hvar

3. Rent a bicycle and cycle through the lavender fields to Jelsa

Hvar is the perfect place for renting a bicycle. While on Hvar you can explore the vast lavender fields, discover the ancient olive trees, and take a stroll through the vineyards. One of the best routes is from Stari Grad, all the way to the little town of Jelsa.

Beautiful lavender fields in Hvar

4. Sail the Pakleni Islands

Crystal clear waters, hidden bays, and beautiful beaches, those are the Pakleni Islands in Croatia. The Pakleni islands are simply a natural paradise and a must-see destination during a gulet charter.

Pakleni Islands, Croatia

5. Discover the hidden bays around the island of Hvar

During your gulet charter, discover the hidden bays and beaches on Hvar Island. There are beautiful places to visit and explore such as Pelinovik, Zavala, and Mala Stiniva.