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    Hvar is a five-star luxury Mediterranean island in Croatia. It is a bright spot that will make all your desires and dreams come true. Throughout the centuries, the island has become a popular and treasured getaway spot. Hvar is a classy vacation destination combined with Mediterranean lifestyle and rich historical and cultural heritage. The island is a spontaneous magical spot with an excellent climate, and spectacular views overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Therefore, it attracts many holidaymakers. It is time to pack your bags and have the time of your life in Hvar.


    Places to Visit in Hvar


    Franciscan Monastery and Museum


    The monastery and museum have beautiful artwork with unique and detailed architecture. The 16th-century building is magnificent both out and inside. The Franciscan Monastery and Museum overlooks the shady cove, the harbour, and 300-year-old cypress tree.  Explore the monastery and marvel at the exquisite works, documents, historic coins, and charts. The highlight of the tour is Matteo Ingoli’s paint of the Last Supper, and the Ptolemy’s Atlas printed in 1524 edition. Even if you have a single day to spend on the island visiting the Franciscan Monastery and Museum is necessary.


    St. Stephen’s Square and Cathedral, Hvar


    St. Stephen’s Square is located at the heart of the town. It is surrounded by streets of winding stones and is overlooked by St. Stephen’s Cathedral. The square is a memorable sight in the evening when the white stone of the tower bell is illuminated by the last daylight. You will be able to see through the narrow arch of the structure. The building was constructed in the 16th century. Among the things to do in Hvar in your list visiting the cathedral and square should be at the top.




    Wondering what to do in Hvar? Jerolim Island is the place to be. The island is directly opposite Hvar town. It has pine trees and brush surrounded by narrow white rocks and shingle beach strip. Visit the island using a water taxi, which takes 15 minutes to get there from Hvar. It has a remarkable and the most nudist beach in the entire world. When you arrive at the beach, you are free to explore and set free your adventurous side.


    Blue and Green Caves   


    Among the best places to visit in Hvar is the Blue and Green Caves. You can take a boat trip to explore the Green Cave on Ravnik Island and the Blue Cave on Bisevo Island. To see the gorgeous natural wonder you can move from island to island with a guide on a motorboat. Start the adventure at Ravnik Island, at the Green Caves, where the sunlight creates a wraithlike emerald green glow. You can also dive into the beautiful sea. The next stop will be Bisevo Island home of the Blue Cave. Here you can view the wild cliffs.


    Nothing can prepare you for a heaven on earth, like dreamlike beautiful Hvar Island.

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