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Hvar Island

With an average of 2700 hours of annual sunshine, a great capital town, and a beautiful scenic landscape of vineyards, olive-groves, wild flowers and rural villages, Hvar has captured the hearts of many visitors down the years.Hvar Town is a rival to Dubrovnik for the charm and splendour of its architecture, vibrant nightlife and cultural scene. The town has an array of bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from, an exquisite town square and harbour and wonderful views from its 16th century hilltop fortress.The uninhabited Pakleni islands are a short water-taxi ride from the harbour and the perfect place to escape for a lazy afternoon spent soaking up the sun and swimming in the crystal clear sea.
With the exception of the pretty towns of Stari Grad and Jelsa, much of the rest of the island is very rural and sparsely populated. You’ll need your own wheels to explore the deserted coves and beaches along the southern coast, but for those seeking peace, seclusion and tranquility it’s a trip well worth making.