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The Wine Trails

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Google sea view

Google Sea view is a view of the complete sea route along the coast of Split-Dalmatia County. It is a virtual walk along the coast, information service for boaters, skippers, fishermen, tourists. Through this virtual walk, you can get information …

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The Covid-19 Pandemic: The Current Situation on Hvar Island

The current situation with Covid-19 pandemic on Hvar island

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The Olive Trails

Olives are naturally suited to the Mediterranean climate, and have been cultivated on Hvar since time immemorial, where the Oblica variety is the most common. The olive branch is a symbol of peace, and its long-living tree is inextricably linked …

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Galešnik: Relics of a Late Antique Fort

Galešnik was a historical fort,. Visiting its remains involve a lengthy uphill walk, but the fascinating site and the stunning views it affords are well worth the effort!

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St. John’s Chapel, Jelsa

This delightful little Jelsan chapel stands in a tiny square which is the scene of many cultural events (concerts, poetry readings, playlets) during the summer season.

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Weddings on Hvar Island

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