The island of Hvar has become a brand itself and is one of the most popular destinations amongst the Croatian Dalmatian islands. Thanks to its mild climate, the warm winters and pleasant summers Hvar receives thousands of guests annually who are attracted by the dense Mediterranean nature, rich traditions, architecture and nightlife.
Whether it’s history, architecture, beaches, island hopping, food or wine you’re after, Dubrovnik has it all. The city becomes buzzing throughout the main season, so retiring to a private villa can often be the best way to experience it.
Brac is the largest island in Dalmatia, covering approximately 394 sq km of land boasting many traditional maritime villages. Combined with its annual 2,700 hours of sun and its close proximity to Split, Brac has become one of the most popular Island destinations.