One Day in Hvar
- Try to take a ferry into Hvar Town if possible when visiting Hvar.
- Skyline of St Stephen's Square at Sunset.
- Hvar Public Theatre.
- Franciscan Monastery in Hvar.
- Find lace wonders through these doors.
- Fortica in Hvar.
- Walking around the Fortica.
- You can make your own beach with the many large rocks by the Hvar coast.
Also asked, how long should you spend in Hvar?
To reach Hvar, you must take a ferry (an hour ferry from Split and four hours from Dubrovnik). Two full days and three nights on the island is the perfect amount of time to soak it all in.
Also to know, what is Hvar known for?
Hvar is not only yachting and cocktail parties. The island is best known for its lavender, that turns whole swathes of land into a fragrant riot of colour in early summer. As well as lavender and essential oils, you'll find rosemary, honey and olive oils for sale among the many stalls.
Is Hvar a party island?
Hvar in Croatia has become a go-to summer hotspot for revellers after a holiday packed with luxury, sunshine and a brilliant nightlife. Tipped to be Croatia's party island, here you'll find heaps of bustling bars, elegant restaurants and luxury hotels - but there's much more to the island than just parties.
Is Hvar worth visiting?
Hvar town is totally worth a day trip. Probably not – it's small (you can see everything in a day), the tourists are young, and the party reputation doesn't interest us (Vis, another island we recently visited, is more our speed).