Hotel Villa Dalmacija
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... roads where you will be cycling next to gardens, olive groves, or along the coast. For the afternoon bike ride, take the famous and probably most beautiful road along the lavender fields to reach the town of Hvar. - See more at: http://pure-adventures.com/show-tour/94 /Croatia+Cycling+Coast+&+Islands+Di ...
... Ages and used for defense against various invaders, most notably the Ottoman Turks. It has also been home to ancient kings and to defend Hvar against Venetian assault. The latter became moot when Napoleon wiped out the Venetian Republic. The challenging hike up the hill was definitely worth it (see photos).
Touring the fortress ensured that we would miss the early bus across the island to Stari Grad (Old Town--a working (vs tourist) ...
... made a most welcoming site. The shuttle bus dropped us off across from the ferry terminal which was close to the old city and our final destination but still meant a walk past crammed kiosks and people with rooms to rent. Seems a lot of the locals rent rooms to tourists. The people who let the rooms we are in have three in a small apartment. The rate is good and is less than a block from the old city. After settling in we set off to explore. This ...
... we had to get there somewhat early to ensure we got a spot in the marina. We weren't staying right in Hvar bay, I suspect that comes with a huge cost and when we finally got over there later that night it was evident we would have been fighting against thousands of other boats of every size. Instead we parked up at a little marina called Parmizana which was part of another tiny island that had its own beaches and shops and some amazing big shower blocks. Travis ...
... in fact we could see the Prime Ministers summer house from our apartment).
Hvar is definitely a party island; heaps of the young, good looking (soooo tanned) crowd but with a healthy spattering of European families too. The kids quickly made friends with Elias and Sophia who were kids staying in the apartment downstairs. We then met their parents, Antoine and Miriam, who were in Hvar from Lebanon. Antoine spent a great deal of time ...