TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Adriatic Hvar
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Wow this city was beautiful! When we arrived it was raining which was a shame but it soon cleared up for our walking tour at night. We had a local guide take us for a tour within the old city walls. The architecture is stunning! Bright and early the next morning a group of us got up walked the top of the city walls. About 2.5km all up but it feels …
... town has the most Mediterranean feel of anywhere I've been so far, in fact it looks to me like we could be on a Greek island (although Jo points out that on the Greek islands the buildings are whitewashed, whereas here the buildings are all white stone). We wander through the old town for a while and I'm completely mesmerised by the authentic Mediterranean charms of Hvar. I can certainly see why this is such a popular holiday spot for Europeans. I ...
... we were looking forward to about the tour and reaslised that we all got told a slightly different itinerary for the day – including different islands to be visited, different times at each island, different return times and whether we got lunch included or not. Those Croatians really have no idea what's going on! So we just had to wait and see what the day had install for us.
After Biševo we cruised to another island called ...
... which turned out to be a small, long handled copper pot of strong, thick, Turkish style coffee that has to be poured into a small cup on top of a sugar cube. It was strong and delicious, fairly bitter even with the sugar cube. It clearly had a stronger punch than any beer.
Luckily, upon return to our hotel, I found a can of emergency beer in Red, so I could enjoy a glass of Gosser; appropriately enough Austria's best brew in one of the last outposts of Austrian Empire. ...
... coast before arriving in the island of Brac. This island is a spectacular panoramic landscape – it is the largest, driest and also contains the most astonishing mountains of all Croatian islands. It is also where the famous beach Zlatni Rat is, the shape of this beach visibly shifts with the changes in tide, currents and wind, veering out into sea 634m long.
The beach here is pretty cool. But you ...
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