Villa Marija

Lucije Rudan 7, Hvar, Hvar Island, 21450, Croatia | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on Lucije Rudan 7, Hvar, is near Sveti Klement.
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    Travel Blogs from Hvar

    Can I Have Your Burek?

    A travel blog entry by madeline813 on Apr 21, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... be social and meet some people, while Kim went and hung out with our roommates from the hostel. We had fun! Haley and I were really hungry on the way back so we stopped some Croatian man on the street because he was eating some sort of delicious looking pastry, so we asked what he had and where he got it. It was such a funny little exchange to be having in Croatia! It's called burek and we really wanted it, but we couldn't find the place he told us to go so instead we went ...

    Bosnia (again) and Croatia

    A travel blog entry by magellan2012 on Jun 01, 2012

    12 photos

    ... and is most famous as the supposed birthplace of Marco Polo. Like so many things, they can't quite prove this but are very happy to take in the revenue generated by the claim. Korcula was great but we were again followed by the storm clouds, making outdoor exploration a little tricky.

    A very early morning ferry deposited us in Split's old town, right near Diocletion's Palace. Split has a very different vibe to Dubrovnik; you have the sense that ...

    Croweyatia

    A travel blog entry by crowey on Jul 30, 2011

    17 photos

    Time to 'Split'! ... literally. Hello Croweyatia. The land of no vowels, seemingly no laws and definitely no such thing as good service.

    Split it is beautiful. Not so much the city, the city is nice in it's own right - there is a cool 'old city' which has stood for centuries, and which even survived Montenegro's shelling some 10 years ago... but picture the most stunning girls in the world: tall, tanned, thin - contrasted with possibly the ...

    The Amazing Adriatic

    A travel blog entry by dhadges on Aug 14, 2010

    27 photos

    ... mussels, tasty calamari and delicious seafood risotto. You could tell it was all so fresh. The local wine however was another story - yuk! We met up with our group from the boat at a bar which kind of turned into a street party. We stayed there all night til it closed around four, having many more laughs and making new friends. We then went in search of food (like everyone else) and Emma somehow managed to order us 12 pizzas from some place that had already closed! On ...

    Diocletian's Palace, circa 300AD

    A travel blog entry by ambough on Jun 11, 2009

    20 photos

    ... also noted for his persecution of early Christians. After Diocletian’s death, the palace was used as a retreat by other Roman rulers.

    Politically and geographically, Croatia has always been at the junction of the Western Roman and Eastern Byzantine Empires, and was frequently a region in conflict. When the Roman Empire was divided in 395 AD, Dalmatia was split in two. Present day Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina remained with the Western Roman ...