Beaches on Hvar

 

The island of Hvar has beautiful beaches, both public and those in the hidden coves where you can enjoy complete privacy. All have crystal clear sea and pine forests that surround them, as well as the island vegetation and clean sea air. In the town of Hvar there is a beautiful resort hotel Amphora, located five minutes from the town centre and you can reach it by walking down the seafront promenade. On the beach there is a restaurant and a bar, and on the opposite side of the bay lies the luxurious spa Bonj, with a restaurant, showers, lounges, and massage services. Due to the sea purity and diversity of content the beach has a blue flag. Not far from the town there is a beautiful beach motor camp Vira, 200 meters in length with fine gravel. The most beautiful beaches on Hvar are those on Pakleni otoci (Sv.Klement, Skojic, Dobri otok, Stambedar, Borovac, Planikovac, Marinkovac, Jerolim, Galisnik, Pokonji Dol), see:

 

The islands are located just in front of the southwest coast of the island around which sea currents govern, which means that the sea around the islands is crystal clear. There is a boat line from the port of Hvar that drives to Pakleni otoci along with private taxi boats (you can find the information here) or larger motor boats. The return ticket costs about € 8. Palmizana - beach on the island of St. Clement, located in a beautiful cove with shallow water. This beach surrounded by a thick pine forest has a grocery store, a bar and an excellent restaurant.

Soline – a pebble beach on St. Clement, naturally sheltered from the wind. Stipanska – a nudist beach on the island Marinkovac, equipped with showers, shops, restaurants. Zdrilca – a cove on the northern side, located in a forest with hidden coves and rich undersea. Jagodna beach: 

Then we have beaches Zastupac, Stiniva, Sviračina, Lozna .... In Milna, only 5 km from the town of Hvar, there is a beach suitable for families with children: 

In the southern part of the island in the resort Ivan Dolac you can spend your day on a gravely beach with white pebbles, relax in a restaurant overlooking the beach, and try your luck on the tennis court. You can also rent pedal boats or boats to nearby islands. On the north coast of the island, situated in Vrboska lies a beautiful pebble beach Soline. Across Vrboska you can find the most famous naturist beaches in Dalmatia on the island Zecevo: 

The island is connected by boat from Jelsa and Vrboska. Jelsa has many beautiful beaches, but we will mention the most well-known:

Zencisca beach is rocky and has some paved parts and a beautiful small sandy cove. Bocic beach is a public beach, only 300 meters from the Jelsa centre in the vicinity of restaurants and shops. In the middle of the island, underneath the settlement Zastrazisce lies Vela Stiniva:

 

The cove has three caves and a climbing path. Restaurants and cafes are located on the beach so you won’t have any trouble finding refreshments. From settlements Gdinj and Bogomolja stretches a road that leads to a number of bays, such as the Bay Smrska, Mala Pogorila, Cove Kozija, Bay Veprinova, Rapak Cove, Bay Tvrdni dolac:

 

...Skozanje Bay, Bay Jedra, Srhov dolac Cove and Pobij Cove: 

 

Sucuraj settlement is almost completely surrounded by numerous beaches and bays, and the best known are Cesminica main local beach only 200 m away from the centre:

 

...a beautiful rocky beach with pebbles Bilina, Zidigova and pebble beaches in coves Mrtnovik and Prapatna. From sandy beaches worth mentioning are the Perna beach:

 

and the inevitable camp Mlaska: