Hvar Travel Guide
Spot this popular bar in historic Groda, the city’s oldest neighborhood that centers on Svetog Stjepana (St. Stephen) Square, thanks to the all-white laundry and lanterns hanging outside.
This Hvar bar, restaurant, and lounge fronts the beach, where during the day visitors relax by sunbathing, swimming, and diving. More proactive guests opt for beach volleyball or a spa treatment in a palm-leaf-roofed bamboo hut.
A two-hour ferry ride from Split, Hvar has medieval hilltop monasteries.
This massive nightclub resides near the harbor on Croatia’s Hvar Island and takes on different personalities throughout the day. When the sun’s out, people lounge by the edge of azure waters, bring out boats, and relax.