If you are visiting Hvar Island, don't miss the Diocletian's Palace. Many travellers like to stay near this iconic attraction when they are in Hvar Island. The Adriatic Queen Villa and Filomena Spa & Lifestyle Club are options close by.
The Amfora Hvar Grand Beach Resort is located 20 kilometres from the centre of Hvar Island. Alternatively, the Adriana Hvar Spa Hotel can be found 20 kilometres away. The Sirena Hvar Hotel and also the Pharos, hvar bayhill hotel are two other recommended accommodation options around Hvar Island.
After you've hung out in Hvar Island for a while, explore Dalmatia's many other delights. Nature lovers will appreciate Dalmatia's beaches and rolling hills. In addition you could go to a few of the area's ruins. Or join the locals in the mountain biking while you are here.
Looking for things to do? Kick back and spend the day exploring the Tvrdalj Castle, Lanterna Beach and Stari Grad Museum, which you'll find in Stari Grad, 10 kilometres to the northwest of Hvar Island. The Apartments Trim and Hotel Lavanda are just some of the accommodation alternatives in Stari Grad. Or, you could consider staying in Bol, 12 kilometres to the north of Hvar Island, where you can pick from the Guesthouse Nono Ban and Bluesun Hotel Elaphusa. The Dominican Monastery, Zlatni Rat Beach and Bol Marina are popular places to check out for those visiting Bol.
Just because you are far from home, doesn't mean you can't indulge in your obsession for sports. You will find Poljud Stadium 45 kilometres to the northwest of Hvar Island. Stay nearby to the action at the Adriatic Queen Villa or the Filomena Spa & Lifestyle Club.
Dubrovnik Airport is the most popular gateway to Hvar Island. Nearby hotels include the Overwhelming Mediterranean Sunset Apartments and the Apartments Didan.
Hotels in Hvar Island start at AU$149 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.