Hvar is like a diamond of Adriatic crown. This little town is filled with monuments, interesting sites and historical locations just waiting to be discovered! Follow your private guide and learn all about the history of Hvar!
The best is to start the visit from the cathedral’s square renaissance bell tower. It is an unforgettable sight in the evenings when its white stone is illuminated by the last light of the day and you can see right through the structure’s narrow arches. From there you take directly to the St. Stephen’s Cathedral and then down to the Town’s “place” (central square) - the center of Hvar’s social world, with cafes, restaurants, shops and the 16th-century fountain.
After a short rest in one of the outside coffees keep going to a magnificent Renaissance monastery with a beautiful bell tower and then visit Hvar’s Loggia, which once was the Venetian governor’s palace. Finish your trip with Hvar Town’s main square with a stairway leading to the Porta di Datallo. Can you imagine that it was a Venetian fortress from the 1500s?