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  • 8.3 Very good 1,460 reviews

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    Description Situated on a secluded bay, this luxury hotel is located near a beach and features a multi-level pool. Sea views are the highlight here and Hvar’s centre is only a 10-minute walk away.
  • 8.1 Very good 364 reviews
    Description Located just 30 metres from the beach in Hvar, Hotel Croatia provides free Wi-Fi and satellite TV in its air-conditioned rooms.
  • 9.0 Superb 53 reviews
    Description Located 1 km from the centre of Hvar Old Town, Deluxe Apartments Primi offers modernly furnished apartments with free Wi-Fi and free parking. A pebbly beach is just 250 metres away.

    "Fabulous standard of accommodation. The apartment owner was very helpful. The views over the harbour at Hvar were outstanding."

    Judy. United Kingdom
  • 8.3 Very good 155 reviews
    Description Apartments Kresic offers rooms and apartments with a private balcony featuring stunning views of the sea and the Paklinski Islands. Hvar’s beaches are just 450 metres away.
  • 8.3 Very good 183 reviews

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    Description Located just 50 metres away from the beach, Aparthotel Pharia offers modern and stylish rooms with views of the Adriatic Sea or the surrounding fields and olive trees.
  • 8.4 Very good 323 reviews

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    Description Located in a quiet and secluded bay with a private beach surrounded by palms and pine trees, Hotel Podstine features a diving centre, a spa & wellness centre and an outdoor pool.
Hvar was highly rated for scenery by 724 guests from the United Kingdom!

Echoes of the Age of Empires

Hvar is the largest city on the Croatian island of the same name within the Adriatic Sea. The wildly undulating coastline formed a natural harbour here, a fact which didn’t go unnoticed by the Venetians, who captured it as part of their empire. The Venetian Fortress sits atop a hill and 13th-century ramparts descend to the old town.

Another castle from Napoleonic times is on a different hill offering beautiful views over red roofs towards the offshore Pakleni islands sheltering the port. Ferries link Hvar to neighbouring Brač and Vis islands, Split and Ancona in Italy.

Given the size of the city, the amount of Hvar accommodation is staggering, and offers everything from luxury hotels with pools to cheap guest houses and beachfront apartments. Although most beaches are rocky, their scenic setting and warm turquoise waters are still a draw.

At the heart of the city is the largest square in Dalmatia. Restaurants and bars spill out onto its cobbles, ending at St Stephen’s Cathedral with its see-through belltower. Around the same time the cathedral was going up, one of Europe’s oldest theatres was constructed in the waterfront Arsenal. The Loggia is the only remain of the Governor’s Palace, and the Hvar Heritage Museum helps to put all this in context.