Pension Curin

Address: Majerovica bb, Hvar, Hvar Island, Croatia | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Majerovica bb, Hvar, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Hvar

    Hvar got news for you

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Aug 26, 2014

    45 photos

    ... beauty a little bit. Either way, the water was crystal clear and warm. It was just a quick dip as we had just the 45 minutes or so before Travis had lunch served up. Lunch that day was blue cheese gnocci and salad which was very nice and enjoyable apart from the fact that we had managed to pick up some cactus spikes in the sarongs from the many, many cacti dotted around the place on the beach. Ouch.

    After lunch we just had a cruisey afternoon drinking ...

    Island Paradise

    A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 15, 2014

    19 photos

    ... degree views of the sparkling blue harbour from our balcony, it took us a micro-second to look at each other and decide to extend our stay by a night! We had arrived in paradise!

    We ended up staying 4 nights, which allowed us to explore at a leisurely pace. One night we watched a piano and cello concert at the Franciscan Monastery. It was in an open-air courtyard, an intimate small crowd (of around 30) and with the dark-starry night above us. The sounds echoed magically ...

    Day 5 Hvar

    A travel blog entry by nurse.sarah on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... next stop was the blue cave. To enter the blue cave we all had to get off the boat (on foot, not swimming) and get on a little rowing/motor boat. The entrance to this cave was tiny - just big enough for the boat if we all ducked down. It's called the blue cave because it's blue due to the light that finds its way down to the water. This cave was smaller than the green cave, but just as spectacular.
    Our final stop of ...

    The new Ibiza?

    A travel blog entry by amybulger on Aug 28, 2013

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    After a few days relaxing I thought I should go and have a couple of nights socialising properly. Hvar was the place that sprang to mind. I met a couple of girls in Split that I knew were going too, so we arranged to meet up at Hula Hula Bar the afternoon that I arrived. I bought somebody I met on the ferry along (who was also staying at my hostel) and we went and had a few drinks in the hope of seeing the sunset, which Hula Hula is so famous for. Unfortunately, the storm came in... ...

    Gillian, The Skipper and Mary Ann

    A travel blog entry by a2travel on Aug 11, 2013

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    ... crossed.

    It is time for tanned and relaxed Sophie to leave. It is a sad farewell as she has really earned her place on Navis and the Dingy will miss her stern but fair hand. We decide to lift our spirits with a 90knot sail to Bol and back in the afternoon. The wind meter is still doing it’s own thing but my guess would be 20-25 knots. And we, after a small panic, put in our first reef and sailed like Pros’. Sam and Steve would have ...