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Jelsa 350
21465 Jelsa, Hvar, Croatia
Phone: +385 21 761 415

the bowl for food preparation from the 1st century B.C. till the 3rd century A.C

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managed to preserve its centuries-old rural architecture - small village squares, narrow streets. Pitve consists of two parts: Old or Gornje (Upper) and New or Donje (Lower) Pitve. Gornje Pitve provides the most magnificent view of the large valley, the Island of Brac, the Hvar channel, Jelsa and the surrounding area of Vrboska, Mt. Biokovo and the Makarska coastline. Pitve are situated 4 km from Jelsa.


was built on the slopes of a hill, using drystone support walls that shape the area within which houses, courts and gardens were built, which makes Vrisnik very appealing. Vrisnik is situated 3 km from Jelsa.


is situated at the foot of St. Nikola, the highest peak on the Island (626 m), where on a clear day one can see all the way to the Italian coast (152 km), a number of Dalmatian islands and the Adriatic coastline. Svirče is situated 4 km from Jelsa.


once a shepherds' settlement, was established in the XVII ct. The houses of Humac are well preserved, simple and made of stone. They belong to a unique rural type of architecture and are therefore considered as being an ethnographic monument. There is an ambiance restaurant open to guests during the summer. Humac is situated 7 km from Jelsa.


a small island on the southern side of the island is approx. 1 mile from the settlement of Zavala. The island is 6,5 km long and 1,5 km wide. Šćedro is a favourite destination of sailors and today, ancient war ships and wooden two-masted coasters were replaced by expensive yachts and sailing boats. Old fishermen’s houses have become top restaurants in which you can taste various fish specialties...Every day excursion boats from Zavala will take you to the island of Šćedro...


Between Hvar and Split lies anchored island of Brac. On its southern slopes is located Bol, the first and oldest small town of Brac coastline. Large pebble and sand beaches that are long 10km, the wells of drinkable water have been discovered long time ago as an extraordinary touristic oasis. In all this you cannot miss the pride of Bol – Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) that is absolutely the most beautiful Adriatic beach, of which long sand cape is pushed and moved from one to other side – playing a strange game with and against winds and waves.




Hvar is situated on the S-W coast of the island, in a marvellous bay protected by the Pakleni otoci... Once a town of turbulent history, today it’s one of the most prominent and visited tourist centres in the Adriatic. The monuments will bring you back into the times when Hvar was under Venice, Austria and Napoleon, there are fascinating communal theatre, the oldest in Europe, the Fortress, the Arsenal, the City Loggia, the Cathedral, the Franciscan Monastery... Hvars port opens to the sea and the Pakleni otoci, a unique climate perfect for health treatment, swimming beaches, restaurants, clubs,... which over the century and a half give off a splendor of a trendy tourist resort.