Authentic island experiences
Are you looking to take your vacation to the next level, to places and experiences most tourists never even hear about?
Here is what the others will tell you about the island of Hvar. Conde Nast named it the best island in Europe in 2019. It has the most UNESCO heritage of any island in the world. It is the birthplace of organised tourism in Europe, home to Europe’s oldest public theatre, the sunniest island on the Adriatic, with beaches, wines and nightlife which have won international acclaim.
All this is true, and that is available for all. But are you looking for more?
Welcome to Hvar Tours, where we take this incredible island and make it extraordinary. Innovative experiences in secret locations you will only find through our guides. Pop the question to your love over an intimate dinner for two in an organic olive grove and a sunset which will stay with you for life. Or charm her with a romantic dinner in an abandoned village which you have to yourselves. Reach the top of paradise for a private party on the very top of Hvar with your own private pop up bar. Discover the incredible indigenous wines of Hvar not through standard wine tours, but by sitting with the winemakers sampling their vintage bottles.
Take the road less travelled and discover Hvar the more extraordinary only with Hvar Tours.
Do you have a Hvar wish you would like to come true? Tell us and watch it become a reality
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
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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…