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Croatia is home to beautiful and unique islands. Hvar is one of them, and it offers travellers a wonderful stay amidst nature, water and peaceful surroundings. All along the coast, there are fantastic holiday lettings to enjoy a stay on this island. Recline on a sunlounger and get to the sunniest spot in the whole country. If you are looking for a beach destination, Hvar is your best bet. Holidu has the best holiday lettings waiting for you. Browse the list and find the ideal home away from home.Amazing letting switch sea views
Sipping your coffee looking at the sea from your balcony? Relaxing on the terrace watching the sun go down in the horizon? Enjoying with family, friends and loved ones? All this and much more is waiting for you in the holiday rentals in Hvar. Amazing lettings with all the amenities to accommodate couples, groups and large families. Enjoy a beach close to your doorstep and take in the views from your bedroom in the morning. Nothing else can beat this fabulous holiday lettings in Hvar. Come and book yours now!
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The area and getting around
Hvar is a popular summer destination for most holidaymakers looking for lively beaches, tons of sunny days, amazing culture and delicious food. The island features a port, the 13th-century walls, age-old cobbled and marble streets, a hilltop fortress and Renaissance-era Cathedral. The beaches are obviously a great attraction here, but lavender is the secret of this beautiful island! Party is always around the corner so if you want to have some fun during the holidays, let yourself go and enjoy!A trip to remember
Hvar is one of the most visited islands in Croatia. Regarded as one of the most beautiful islands in the world, it offers the visitors a unique harmony of splendid nature, architecture and rich history that is difficult to find anywhere else in the world. In addition, Hvar boasts a hot-summer Mediterranean climate with an average yearly air temperature of 16°C (61°F) and about 7.7 sunshine hours per day! Hot, sunny, cultural and with a unique cuisine that will delight your senses. Can you ask for anything else? Surely not! Your trip to Hvar is going to be memorable!
Travellers and activities
paradise beaches for your holidays! Hvar island boasts stunning shingle beaches lapped by crystal clear turquoise waters. Get some good footwear to walk on the pebbles, bring your own chair or rent a sunlounger. Pokonji dol beach is a short walk from Hvar town. You can go to Milna beach, just outside Hvar town, where you will find a very relaxed vibe. Dubovica beach is nestled on a secluded bay, backed by olive groves and pine forests. Just before Dubovica, there is also Zacare beach, the picture-perfect landscape for your memories in Hvar! Sveta Nedelja beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island although it is a bit tricky to access.Hvar for food lovers
Wondering what to eat and drink in Croatia? Croatian food has influences from Italian, Middle Eastern and Ottoman cuisine intermingled with Croatia's Balkan staples. From pasta and pizza to sardines, tuna and sea bream. Plucked from the sea or reared on the land, meat, fish, and veggies are carefully cooked with olive oil, stewed, grilled, or slow-roasted. You will get delicious Mediterranean cuisine with the best of Dalmatia. Try some gregada, a fish stew very popular in Hvar or indulge on Ispod peke, meaning “under the bell”. This slow-cooking method is great for octopus, lamb or beef although you can find other fish in the menu. Have some olive oil on bread, enjoy the istrian truffles, oysters, Pag cheese, pašticada stew, or have the cousin of hamburgers, called pljeskavica. For pudding try some rožata, very similar to crème caramel or eat some štrukli filled with cottage cheese and slathered in cream.
Did you know in Hvar you can enjoy up to 2724 sunny hours of sun each year?
Top 5 travel tips in Hvar
Hvar town is the largest and most populated town on the island. Unwind on the beach, swim in the sea, enjoy a book while having a coffee or let your hair down and party until the sun is out. Lovely bars, trendy clubs, and first-class restaurants make Hvar town the perfect destination. Hvar’s square This square is where public and social life takes place. The square name is Hvarska pjaca and all streets lead to it. In the square you also have St. Stephen’s Cathedral.2. The Pakleni Islands
Spend a day visiting the Pakleni Islands archipelago. Opposite the port, this chain of rocky islets off the southwest coast of Hvar town is one of the most popular day trips from Hvar. You can have an amazing time at the beaches, enjoy some of the fanciest clubs and have a great time snorkelling in the crystal clear waters. Visit the Pakleni Islands by taking the water taxis or by joining a tour.3. A day full of romance
If you are travelling with your partner or enjoying your honeymoon, visit a romantic place with narrow streets and lanes, called Stari Grad. The name means “old town” and it is the historic heart of Hvar. Stari Grad is the oldest town in Croatia and most of it falls within the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a laid-back vibe, have dinner under the moonlight, enjoy a glass of wine watching the sunset and have a long stroll in the evenings, along the promenade. Find your souvenirs in the cute local boutiques and get the most romantic memories!4. Explore Jelsa and Vrboska
Jelsa and Vrboska can be visited on the same day. Head to Jelsa, a cute town located in the heart of Hvar Island. The harbour is great for a walk, an ice cream or a coffee in the afternoon. Admire the picturesque waterfront and the traditional Dalmatian stone houses, along with the Jelsa sign, and keep in mind the donkey sculpture! It is one of the symbols of Dalmatia as they served people for centuries. Vrboska is the smallest town on the island, located in a narrow bay, and encircled by pine forest, vineyards, and olive groves. In the bay there is a tiny island connected with bridges and canals, hence why Vrboska is named Croatia’s Little Venice.5. Lavender dreams
Hvar, is the island of lavender. This is one of the great claims about this island. Seeing and smelling lavender in bloom during June and July will be one of the highlights of your trip. Do you like taking pictures? You will see tourists trying to get the best shots and professional photographers capturing the best snap with different light during the day. At the very top of Hvar you can see the field with lavender that is harvested at 06:00 am! Want to go to the lavender festival in Velo Grablje? The festival takes place in June so you can plan your holiday around that time of the year! Get ready to get the most amazing pictures with lavender as your perfect backdrop and get a lavender souvenir!
Information about holiday lettings in Hvar
|🏡 Holiday lettings available:||1714 properties.|
|💳 Discount available:||up to -56%.|
|🌙 Minimum price per night:||from £36.|
|⭐ Most popular amenities:||Wi-Fi, air conditioning and balcony.|
|🐾 Pet-friendly:||775 properties.|
|👩👩👧👦 For families:||6% of the properties.|
|🏊 With pool:||204 properties.|