Island of Hvar The fourth largest of Adriatic islands, located in the eastern part if the Adriatic Sea, Island of Hvar is also called Sunny Hvar because of large number of sunny days.
The lively outlook of the island is due to hundreds of acres of vineyards, olive trees, lavender, rosemary and herbs growing all over the island. Besides agriculture the island has numerous beautiful and important historical monuments worth visiting.
Due to its specific Mediterranean climate and lush greenery Hvar is attractive destination all year round – dry and warm in the summer while mild and sunny in the winter. The city of Hvar and the south side of the island facing the sun are ideal for winter retreat while the northern side is more fresh and forested – ideal for summer vacation.
Exactly on this side is the Pokrivenik lagoon, situated between Sućuraj and Jelsa, under Gdinj. Pokrivenik is one of the most beautiful Adriatic bays. The incredibly blue sea, the cliffs carved by the strong winds, the enchanting smell of the Mediterranean greenery in pristine nature will be a memorable and unique experience to any visitor.
At the bottom of the lagoon is the beach surrounded by high rocks and cliffs filled with caves of historical importance since there had been found traces of Neolithic culture. If you wish to spend a memorable vacation in pristine and pure lagoon, bathe in the clearest waters in the Mediterranean, we invite you to visit the island of Hvar and Pokrivenik lagoon.