With Gothic palaces alongside modern bars and nightclubs, Hvar Town holidays are the life and soul of the party.
The town that never sleeps
Hvar Town's renowned for its nightlife, thanks to its lively restaurants, bars and clubs – but it's more than just party central. Located on the island of Hvar
, its 13th-century walls, palaces and marble streets are straight out of a fairy tale. No wonder the town's got a rep for being one of Croatia
When it comes to eating, Hvar Town's got some seriously good recipes up its sleeve. Restaurants specialise in fresh-off-the-boat seafood – try the calamari stuffed with prosciutto and cheese, or succulent sea bass in a smoked cheese and champagne sauce.
Paddle to Pakleni
Kayak across the bay from Hvar to the Pakleni Islands. Discover secret coves behind curtains of pine trees as you paddle from one beach to the next, or grab a snorkel to see what sea life looks like beneath the waves. You can also skip the workout and take a water taxi.
On cloud wine
With vineyards dotted about Hvar, it'd be almost criminal not to partake in a tipple or two. Tour a family vineyard in Jelsa while a sommelier explains each wine that you sip down. With delicious appetisers paired with each glass, every flavour's downright dreamy.