Island Hvar is the most popular & trendy summer party destination on the Adriatic - hot spot with bustling, wild and fancy nightlife in Hvar town plus choice of adventure & yachting.
- Sought-after Croatian Stag & Hen Destination
- Popular with Celebrities and Trend-setters
- Yacht Parties & Sailing Trips
- Legendary Beach Day-time Partying & Nightlife Clubbing
- We are Local Experts for Hvar
Hvar City Guide
City of Hvar is located on the southern coast of the island Hvar.
With around 4000 citizens this may look like a boring seaside town, but from late April till early October Hvar turns in to the most lively hotspot in Croatia.
Hvar enjoys sunny Mediterranean climate with average air temperature reaching around 25 °C from May till October and sea temperature above 20 °C from June till October.
The actual city is pretty small and compact, you can reach anywhere from Pjaca (the central square of Hvar) by foot within 15 minutes.
The nearby Pakleni archipelago is where many people spend their days and nights and you will need to hire a boat to get there.
Hvar Partying & Nightlife
The partying in Hvar is not limited to the night hours.
Many visitors start their partying, flirting & drinking already by early afternoon on one of the yachts & boats that you can rent here.
Towards late afternoon the beach clubs are becoming the trendies places. After a short break that many people use for nap or dinner, the pubs & lounge bars on the seaside promenade are getting crowded with visitors.
For actual clubbing you should plan one of the night beach parties on the Pakleni island or the clubs in town of Hvar.
Hvar Practical Tips
The destination is reachable via the airport of Split or alternatively via the Dubrovnik airport. The transfer includes a boat or catamaran ride directly to the port of Hvar that has very central location.
It takes 2,5 hours to get from London to Split.
And then you can choose between a private speedboat that takes appox. 1 hour to reach the port of Hvar or a combination of bus to Split city and catamaran to Hvar town.
Hvar is famous for it's wines, we recommend the Plavac Mali (rich flavorful red) and the Prošek (sweet dessert wine typical for Dalmatia).
As for food, you can stick to international classics but should you wish to give local meal a go, then taste one of the fishes or seafood (inclusive famous black risotto) or roasted lamb with herbs.
The official language in Croatia is Croatian.
Most local people in Hvar speak a foreign language, the younger ones usually English, the older ones usually Italian or German.
The currency in Croatia is kuna (sign: kn; code: HRK).
Although not directly pegged to other currency, the exchange rate is around 1 EUR = 7,50 HRK for few years now.