Best known for its popular port, Hvar Town, the island of Hvar is located just 40km from the vibrant city of Split – Croatia’s second largest city – and is renowned worldwide for both its lavendar fields and effortlessly cool clubbing scene. Read below to discover how to make your Hvar yacht rental experience one you won’t forget.
rugged coastline and clean beaches
The sun island
In one of the editions, Forbes compared the island of Hvar with the Caribbean, Maldives, Hawaii, and Bahamas. This island was in the top-list of the most beautiful islands in the world several times. The island is known for its rugged coastline, clean beaches, abundance of sun, unspoiled nature, aromas of lavender, olive oil and wine.
Make the most of the freedom offered by your luxury yacht for charter and spend a day exploring the beautiful Pakleni Islands with family and friends. Much less crowded than the other major tourist destinations found on Hvar Island, the Pakleni Islands are perfect for those who want to fully relax and unwind during their Hvar yacht charter, with stunning beaches and beautiful bays far away from the crowds.
Visit Hvar Town
A true benefit of a Hvar yacht charter can be found in the form of the excellent food on offer in Hvar Town, where you can make the most of all of Croatia’s gastronomic delights. Enjoy a traditional meal at one of the town’s exceptional restaurants, sip on champagne at one of the contemporary clubs or let loose with the party animals on one of the many nearby beaches. If you’re looking for the perfect beach during your Hvar yacht charter, we recommend that you head to Pokonki Dol, whose cove offers plentiful rustic restaurants serving the freshest catch of the day and ice-cold beers to drink as the sun goes down.
Located just 8km east from the city of Hvar is the picturesque cove of Dubovica, which offers both a fascinating underwater landscape and a glorious pebble beach. Easily reached on your Hvar yacht charter from Hvar harbour, Dubovica Bay is perfect for history buffs and provides a view of the country house of the Kasandrić family from the 18th/19th century.