Vivid town of Hvar, built in stone with narrow streets radiating with mediterannean spirit, is a town of most fascinating history and mesmerizingly beautiful beaches. On the main town square, Sv. Stjepan cathedral built on the foundations of early christian church from the 6th century shows just how ancient and rich the tradition Hvar is. World famous, Hvar theatre, the oldest public theatre in Europe opened it's doors to Hvar back in 1612. It's stage is set above the 13th century arsenal.
In 15th century, the franciscian monastery was built. Now a museum, it was originally a shelter for sailors seeking rest and safety. Tower and city hall are the only preserved remains of the old governor's palace, and stand as symbols of Hvar. Hektorovic palace in considered to be one of the most fascinating gothic styled houses, its construction had started in 1463 and was never complete.
The Hvar hillfort, dating from the beggining of the 16th century offers a stunning view on the city and nearby Pakleni islands. Fun in Hvar goes on late in the night. Some of the most popular clubs in Croatia are in the city and will make sure you have a night to remember!