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There are many beaches in the Jelsa region. Jelsa itself has well-ordered beaches within a few minutes’ walk from the town centre.

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“The Little Town of Jolha”

“The Little Town of Jolha” is a children’s project in Jelsa which was initiated in 2013, and has been organized annually by a well-known Croatian actor and presenter, Kiki Ugrina. It is an offshoot of the original version of a …

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Bota – Windsurfing Agency

Windsurfing is an ideal summertime pastime for the fit and active!

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Hvar Island is one of the richest Adriatic islands in the diversity of its vegetation. Of some 1200 plants on Hvar which are typically Mediterranean, 44 are endemic. Throughout the summer, the island is richly scented with innumerable types of …

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©VillasHvar: PAST TIME PERFECT

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THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET

The Mediterranean DietSeven Mediterranean countries, Cyprus, Spain, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Portugal and Croatia joined together to apply for UNESCO recognition of the Mediterranean Diet, which was inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2013. …