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Information for Visitors with Pets

Pets are generally welcome in Jelsa, but there are certain guidelines which it is necessary and wise to follow.

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St. Rocco’s Chapel, Jelsa

St. Rocco’s Chapel on the outskirts of Jelsa is a charming reminder of the importance of votive chapels to believers.

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For Romantics: Myths and Legends

Folk tales are an interesting and colourful part of local history and beliefs everywhere in the world, not least on Hvar.

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FOR MEAT-LOVERS IN JELSA

Dalmatian cuisine is probably best known for its plentiful fish, its fish specialities, its variety of seasonal vegetables, and, of course, olive oil, but in truth most Dalmatians also highly prize and love a piece of good meat. Among popular …

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Do You Love Running?

It has become trendy to go for a run through the beautiful sights of nature, for serious athletes and general fitness lovers alike. Jelsa and its surrounds are the ideal setting for combining nature and fitness training through running.If you …

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Did you know that Hvar has an estimated average of 2726 hours of sunshine every year?

Hvar is one of the sunniest islands in Dalmatia, indeed the sunniest, according to the locals!

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The Lavender Trails

Lavender is a truly beautiful aromatic medicinal plant with its own special blue colour. All Hvar’s grandmothers kept their linen in lavender-scented drawers, so that spreading out even rough cotton sheets was like a heavenly narcotic. Curiously, for all that …

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By Boat Around Hvar

Exploring Hvar’s coastline by boat is one of the best ways to enjoy the island’s natural beauty to the full.