Hvar island, in Croatian middle Adriatic, is the sunniest island of the Adriatic. It has 7,7 hours of sunshine per day! Thanks to it and historical conditions it has beautiful nature and rich cultural history. You can enjoy in the Stari Grad Plain – cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site, beautiful Hvar lavender fields, the oldest Europe’s Public Theatre, parties and vivid life or just in the sea and sun.
Croatia is situated on the crossroads – it’s part of Central Europe, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean. It has a lot of different landscapes and many natural beauties. Worldwide, it is the best known by its sea, islands and coast. Coast is 5835 kilometres long – 1777 kilometres of it is mainland seashore, and islands and islets make additional 4058 kilometres of shoreline.
Once you decided to come and explore the Croatian coast question “Where to go?” remains. There are so many possibilities, and each one is appealing. How to decide?
The best solution is to go on a sailing/cruising trip because that gives you a possibility to visit many places. For a start explore Dalmatian islands and towns, then decide which would you love to visit the most and start with the planning of your holiday. If you need some itinerary suggestions check-out our sailing, cruising or diving routes.