The contrast of ancient man made structures and naturally pure beauty is the main attraction of this stunning island, Hvar. 13th Century defensive walls and perfect intact Renaissance structures are what your eyes will fall in love with while taking a swim in a magical, blue Adriatic. A new horizon opens and just like that, nature meets human masterpieces: take a moment to look back, feel the warmth, feel the unity and see for yourself what history and mother-nature can create, in harmony, in a never-ending summer dream.
It is 206 km away from the City Center.
You can reach there by Train or Bus.
The train station in Split is right across the ferry station in Split, where you can take a ferry to Stari Grad, or catamaran to Jelsa and Hvar city. Other option is to take a bus to Drvenik, (92 km from Split), where you can take a ferry to Sucuraj on Hvar island.
Train Fare: 50 HRK
Bus Fare: 60 HRK
Sunday: Open 24 hours
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
No wait times if you arrive early.
Time you can spend
6 to 7 hours
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