For sale: Hvar island seafront land :Plot of land size 30.000m2 by the sea, Island of Hvar. plot is in the building zone (for living and small commercial activity). Price is 200€/m2.
A two-hour ferry ride from Split, Condé Nast Traveler listed Hvar as one of the world’s top 10 most beautiful islands. Surrounded by sapphire-blue seas, this is another idyll of hidden coves, dense woodlands, and a clutch of quaint towns and villages. As it’s basically a long, skinny island, you’re never too far from the sea. Home to around 11,500 inhabitants, it’s definitely an “in” place–Giorgio Armani and Princess Caroline of Monaco have visited in the past. A low-lying island, Hvar claims to be Croatia’s sunniest spot with more than 2,700 hours of sunshine annually. Go in late June or July and wild lavender blooms everywhere: Hvar is perfumed by the smell during summer. Hvar’s main settlement is Hvar town, a renaissance beauty of 16th-century houses with a harbor, stepped stone streets, and a citadel that once defended the islanders against the Ottoman Turks. The only other sizable settlement is Stari Grad, at the end of a 4-mile-long bay on the island’s northern side.
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Article by: TRAVEL+LEISURE Magazine
No. 5: Hvar, Croatia
New to the list. Hvar, set off Croatia’s ruggedly striking Dalmatian Coast, is well known among European jet-setters, and this year T+L readers voted it onto the list of top-ranked islands. Long and crocodile-shaped, the island is carpeted in aromatic fields of lavender, olive groves, and pine forests; craggy bluffs drop down to meet the shimmering Adriatic, where fabulous luxury yachts idle at anchor. The main port city of Hvar Town is a bustling mix of old and new: elegant, seven-century-old Venetian buildings and promenades house chic boutiques and sybaritic nightclubs, where a tanned, expensively clad young crowd comes to frolic.