• Nocni zivot2.JPG
  • Zavala.JPG
  • Nocni zivot u Starom Gradu.JPG
  • Oaza zelenila u kamenu.JPG
  • Kalama Staroga Grada3.JPG
  • Kristalno more Vrboska.JPG
  • Nocni zivot na pjacama Staroga Grada.JPG
  • Svoj na svome - dalmatiner u dalmaciji.JPG
  • Kalama Staroga Grada.JPG
  • Vrboska.JPG
  • Otocic usred Vrbovackog zaljeva.JPG
  • Suton uz polja Hvara.JPG
  • Umjetnci nude svoja djela na rivi.JPG
  • Nocni zivot.JPG
  • Brodica strpljivo iscekuje svog ribara.JPG
  • Mirno more.JPG
  • Konoba.JPG
  • Boja lavande na stoljetnom zdanju.JPG
  • Pogled na Hvar i Brac.JPG
  • Kalama Staroga Grada2.JPG
  • ACI marina u Vrboskoj.JPG
  • Rezidencija Petra Hektorovica.JPG
  • Stari Grad.JPG
  • Vrboska nocu.JPG
  • Setnja uz more prema Jelsi.JPG
  • ACI Marina Vrboska.JPG
  • Kamen more i borovi.JPG
  • Ljepota Vrboske.JPG
  • Hvar.JPG
  • Stari Grad i mnostvo restorana konoba.JPG

Where are we?

Island of Hvar can be reached in several ways. If you have no car, the simplest way is to go to Split and get on Jadrolinija`s catamaran or hydrofoil, which will lead you to Jelsa on Hvar, and then we will gladly pick you up by car.

If arriving by car, there are two possible ways. The first is that you can board a ferry in Split to Stari Grad on Hvar, and then it takes 10 minutes ride to Vrboska . Another way is to take the ferry  in a place Drvenik on the Makarska Riviera, and you ashore to Sućuraj,  place at the "top" of the island Hvar (the closest to the land). The advantage of this way is very short ferry ride (15-20 minutes), but the road from the Sućuraj to Jelsa is quite narrow, twisting and repetitive, and long (about 50 km). A road from Jelsa to Vrboska  is much pleasant and only 4 km distance.

Ticket prices and timetable can be found at www.jadrolinija.hr.