CroParadise Hvar Hostel

Address: Hvar, Hvar Island, 21450, Croatia | Hostel
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This hostel, located in Hvar, is near Zlatni Rat Beach, Blaca, Zavala, and Golden horn from above.
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Travel Blogs from Hvar

Ancona (Italy) Split to Hvar Island Croatia

A travel blog entry by gillken on Sep 20, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... our host left us a bottle of local grappa to welcome us... After lunch we ventured out and yah the weather cleared for us. We had a look around the absolutely gorgeous streets of Hvar town then wandered up more steps to see the castle which overlooks the town. Stunning views again. Claire and Kt decided they wanted to try out a delicious quinoa recipe so we had dinner at home tonight ....enjoying the picture postcard views from our ...

Sailing through the Dalmatian Coast....a long blog

A travel blog entry by rangaphil on Aug 05, 2014

39 photos

... BOAT and all in all if I had the chance to do Croatia again I would probably try to do it independently in decent accommodation than couped up on a boat, where it is the luck of the draw. On the otherhand the crew were fairly awesome, the Captain was great (besides a couple small things), Tata was hilarious but just needs to learn to cut people off and Claire our guide was a really nice girl, she just needs to learn to be more ...

Hurrah we got to Hvar!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 08, 2014

13 photos

... we think they were free!)

Before we knew it we only had an hour and a half left before our return ferry so we had lunch in the nearby restaurant overlooking the bay. Not trusting my stomach on the return journey I opted for a very exciting crepe whereas Paulie had a local speciality of pork and beef kebab like sausages with flatbread and humus which was delicious! Food envy once again, but we did remember ...

"Well Hi There, Hvar..."

A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Oct 08, 2013

13 photos

... and sat at the back to keep an eye on our enormous travel packs, the engine of the ferry began to belch diesel smoke and the sea were attempted to show us what sea-tossed really means. As it turns out I am not really a sea faring girl. We arrived on Hvar a nauseating 2 hours later to be greeted with ******* rain and dogs pooping randomly everywhere in the streets. It was not a great first impression. After waiting for an hour for our host to ...


A travel blog entry by willmj on Sep 26, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... ourselves that we hadn't taken our swimmers though that didn't pose a problem to some who were sunbathing.A rocky beach of course - no sand - but smooth stones. Today we have walked about 16kms around a beautiful cove and the a 2 km ascent to a village and nature path.Loved the cove and the scenery. Tested a few figs and pomegranates on the way. Tomorrow we put the car on a ferry to the mainland and on to Dubrovnik.