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Where to stay in Hvar

If you’re considering a trip to Hvar in Croatia, you’ve come to the right place. There are 981 holiday homes available all over Hvar, and we’re confident you’ll find a place that meets your needs and your budget. Affordable rental properties in Hvar start at a nightly rate of $19, with 20% of properties priced under $58 per night. Whether you’re on the hunt for a private villa near Ljetnikovac Hanibala Lucića, a short term rental close to Veneranda, or a place that also gives you close access to Hvar — our mission is to help you find exactly what you need. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of properties from top travel websites like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a solo travel expedition, planning a romantic honeymoon, or going on a family vacation for 10, we can match you with a property that sleeps everyone comfortably. Experience the beauty of Hvar with VacationRenter today.

Where Is Hvar, Croatia?

Situated in the Adriatic Sea, the island of Hvar is located off Croatia’s famous Dalmatian coast. The island is surrounded by numerous islands, including Brac, Korcula, and Vis.

What Is Hvar in Croatia Like?

The newest choice for island retreats in Europe for jet setters and celebrities alike, Hvar inflames the imagination, aligns the soul, and grabs headlines. Amongst the sun-soaked beaches, cobbled medieval corners, and lilac-hued lavender hinterlands, you are also likely to discover yachts populated by crowds of models, endless bottles of Dom Perignon, and a diverse array of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Not just a pretty face, Hvar also shows there is a lot more to the party town of the Adriatic. Wander along the winding maze of cobbled alleyways and come across lines of renovated Venetian townhouses that look like they have been plucked from the pages of a book of fairytales. Whatever you want, you can certainly find it in Hvar – including peace to the soul and relaxation to the body.

What to See in Hvar, Croatia

  • Arsenal: Stated in Venetian documents as "the most beautiful and the most useful building in the whole of Dalmatia," the Arsenal once served as a repair and restoration station for warships. Although you can't enter through the looming, elegant arch, you can climb the stairs to the overhead terrace where you can enjoy the views over Hvar's enchanting harbor to your heart's content.
  • Trg Sv Stjepana: Measuring at 4,500 square meters, Trg Sv Stjepana takes the reign as the largest square in Dalmatia. Irregularly shaped, the square is as confusing as it is beautiful. Stretching from the harbor to the cathedral, the square was initially part of the bay, and it is this 13th-century walled core that is the center of Hvar’s society. Even in winter, friends and families gather in the elegant open-air cafes and al fresco bistros that spill out onto the polished flagstones.

Popular Destinations Near Hvar

  • Dubovica: Situated eight kilometers east from Hvar, Dubovica is often referred to as the best beach on the island. A tranquil cove complemented by the serene sights of classic glassy blue Adriatic waters, Dubovica is a well-known picnic area with a spacious pebble beach set against a fascinating waterfront landscape. Far from the cacophonous sounds of towns and cities, Dubovica is the place to go to cut away from your worries and get in touch with nature.
  • Stari Grad: The oldest town in Croatia, Stari Grad is also Hvar’s main ferry port, where visitors can spend afternoons exploring this community demarcated in antiquity and pick up a few nuggets of historical knowledge along the way. Quieter and more cultured than its wild old sister, Hvar Town, Stari Grad is a wonderful place to spend the day before making your way to the pulsating nightclubs across town.

Best Neighborhoods in Hvar

  • Old Town: All white and clean lines, the Old Town is dominated by St. Stephens Square and an assortment of Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance architecture. Cobbled streets intersperse with tiny coves populated by tiny shops and bistros, and the bustling marina creates a contrasting scene against the placid waterfront. Graceful and tranquil, people-watchers and those who wish to see Hvar at a more relaxed pace will love spending their afternoons in the open-air cafes and bars, sipping a cappuccino in the morning, then a glass of cool white wine in the summer evenings.

Home-types in Hvar

Hvar has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Hvar:

Points of interests in Hvar

Hvar has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Hvar:
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