Island Hvar

Island Hvar

Island Hvar

The longest Croatian island is at the same time the island of diversity – the calmness of fertile field of the Stari Grad Plain, the precipitous fall of southern rocks into the foamy sea, the tameness of the eastern part of the island and forests along the northern coast will delight even the most experienced world travelers.

Between the endless blue sky and the blue sea rises the green island known for its diversity of plant species among which olive, grapevine, rosemary and lavender occupy a special place, together with autochthonous Dalmatian pine forests.

The play of nature is visible at every kilometer of highly indented coastline, the rocky seabed presents heaven for explorers, and 143 speleological sites have still not discovered all the secrets kept inside the bowels of the island. The sunniest Mediterranean island has an annual average of 2,800 hours of sun and for more than 5 months a year, the sea temperature is above 20°C. Only in January and February is the air temperature below 10°C.