AN UNFORGETTABLE JOURNEY

THROUGH HISTORY OF WINE AND ISLAND

Hvar Wine Tours

Authentic island experiences

Welcome to Hvar, one of the world’s most truly exquisite destinations, and one which offers the very best whatever you are seeking.

Sunshine? Welcome to the sunniest island in Europe! Culture? No island has more UNESCO heritage in the world, and that does not include Europe’s oldest public theatre. Beaches? Choose from a hundred hidden bays to some of Europe’s recognised best. Nature? Welcome to the lavender island, whose temperate climate led it to become the birthplace of organised tourism in Europe in 1868 – a special 150 year anniversary is due in 2018.

Sailing? The Pakleni Islands in front of Hvar are of the nautical musts of the Adriatic. Tradition? Explore the millennia of heritage and history in inland Hvar with an off-road tour. Food and wine? Hvar wines are sold from California to China, its olive oil a gold medal winner in New York, and its restaurants included in Giorgio Armani’s world top seven. A Paradise indeed.

All that remains is to find the expert local guide with the keys to Paradise and its inner secrets. Welcome to Hvar Tours…

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Hvar Tours

Plusculus putnicka agencija d.o.o.

Trg sv. Stjepana 7, 21 450 Hvar, Croatia

Agency registration number: HR – AB – 060248144
Personal identification number: OIB: 39713869851

Hvar Tours office: + 385 21 741 824
Phone number: +385 98 1865 454
Phone number: +385 91 9816 699

Email: info@hvartours.com
Skype user name: mthvar

paul bradbury Paul Bradbury about Hvar Tours

Tourism on Hvar has been a wonderful thing to watch evolve over the years, and there have been changes in trends since I started writing about the island over six years ago. Things have certainly got more innovative – off-road safaris, cooking classes and a range of new adrenaline activities to name a few, but one area of tourism which has really taken off is wine.

Although I was a wine merchant for five years back in the UK, I was never particularly taken by the local wines I came across in Jelsa’s restaurants, and indeed it was only when I started researching my first guidebook for Hvar…

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