Travel portal to Hvar with a range of holiday homes and apartments in Croatia, a true holiday paradise on the Eastern Adriatic coast, enjoys a growing tourist influx, because it still more sights and highlights include a natural park with waterfalls and lakes, in addition to plenty of Sun, blue sea, and far more than a thousand partly deserted Islands with high mountains, as well as an interesting flora and fauna also in Germany. The most popular with holidaymakers part of Croatia is Dalmatia. This region covers a 450-kilometre coastline along the sea. Among the best known places are Dubrovnik, Trogir, split, and countless islands such as about Korcula, Mljet, PAG, Brac and Hvar of course. Hvar, is pretty far in the South of Croatia, located between the islands of BRAC, Korcula and Peljesac, a not only scenic but also historically interesting island. In prehistoric times Hvar was already settled, what remains painted ceramics in local caves.
At later times it was inhabited by the Illyrians, under the Rule of the Byzantines, belonged to the Kingdom of Croatia, the Republic of Dubrovnik and Venice and Austria and of course to Yugoslavia. All this left its traces of cultural, traditional and also structural. There is a particularly mild climate, which increases its popularity with holidaymakers in Hvar. Quite warm winter and pleasant summer temperatures make it a place worth visiting around the year. Favored by the climate grow wine and olives of the special quality of on the island. Large Lavender fields, ancient olive groves and widespread vineyards dominate the Hvar.
This is accompanied wild growing herbs and the singing of cicadas with the scent of lavender, as well as the numerous. Hvar is famous for its beautiful mostly consisting of stone or gravel beaches, which are not uncommon in bays. Pine forests provide the necessary shade while sunbathing down close to the beach.