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Tradition plays a strong part in the working and eating patterns of Hvar’s islanders. Grapes and olives are the main crops on Hvar. Although agriculture has been replaced by tourism as the island’s most important economic activity, most local families …

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Sports

There’s a great variety of sports on offer on Hvar!

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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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Interesting Facts About Hvar Island

A random selection of interesting facts about Hvar Island.

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The Dalmatia Green programme

To all renters, the ‘Sunce’ (‘Sunshine’) Association is offering valuable help: During the period of social isolation, the ‘Sunce’ Association for Nature, the Environment and Sustainable Development, is offering certification of your tourist premises free of charge, within the Dalmatian …

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Useful Information for Guests

Things you need to know to make sure your stay on Hvar is trouble-free.

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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.

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FISH ACADEMY: RECIPES AND CUSTOMS

GRILLED FISHGrilling fish is the traditional way of preparing fish on the Croatian coast, and is a special gastronomic treat. It allows you to savour the natural taste of the fish straight from the sea. If the fish is not …