top of page

Hvar, Croatia

Courses and dates

Course title
Dates
Duration
Confirmed
Regitration
Puppetry and Animation in Inclusive Education
10/07 – 15/07/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Inclusive entrepreneurship at school: A hands-on approach
17/07 – 22/07/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Bookbinding as a tool to keep mental health
17/07 – 22/07/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Shared leadership in inclusive schools
24/07 – 29/07/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Puppetry and Animation in Inclusive Education
24/07 – 29/07/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Bookbinding as a tool to keep mental health
31/07 – 05/08/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Puppetry and Animation in Inclusive Education
07/08 – 12/08/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Bookbinding as a tool to keep mental health
14/08 – 19/08/2023
6 days
Pre-confirmed
REGISTER HERE
Hvar1.jpg

One of the jewels of Croatian tourism, Hvar Town is the capital and largest settlement of the island of the same name. Its rich Venetian architecture harks back to its glorious cultural past, while people watching on the largest square in all Dalmatia is a very popular activity today. The rich cultural heritage which includes the oldest public theatre in Europe continues today with the Hvar Summer Festival, whose locations include the Franciscan Monastery, Veneranda, the Arsenal and theatre, and Hanibal Lucic garden. Don’t forget to climb to the Spanish Fortress for fabulous views of the town and Pakleni Islands.

Hvar’s iconic waterfront, or riva, is among the most exclusive on the  Adriatic,  where  backpackers  and  superyachts mingle in this 

exclusive on the Adriatic, where backpackers and superyachts mingle in this most egalitarian of towns. Don’t miss the daily water taxis to the gorgeous Pakleni islands, which offer a range of activities, from beaches and nightlife, sailing and kayaking, to art galleries and fine dining.

Indulge in the restaurants and wine bars of Hvar Town, famed for their excellence in preparing local specialties such as Hvarska Gregada, as well as a wider the Mediterranean and international menu.

Hvar has been welcoming visitors for millennia. On the sailing route of both trade and pilgrimages, Hvar has always been a strategic point of interest, from modern sailing tourists to previous invading armies. Its history is as fascinating as the island itself.

How to get to Hvar?

Hvar is connected to the mainland and other islands through four harbors, only two of which allow for cars. The main car ferry terminal is near Stari Grad, a 20-minute drive from Hvar Town, and there are regular ferries throughout the year from Split, as well as from Italy during the peak season. On the eastern tip of the island, Sućuraj has a regular 30-minute crossing to Drvenik, useful if you are coming from Dubrovnik and the south. The onward drive to Hvar Town is about 90 minutes.

Hvar Town is well served with regular catamarans to and from Split, as well as onward boats to Korčula daily, and Vis once a week. The town of Jelsa has a daily catamaran from Split via Bol. In 2019, a new private catamaran service was introduced, connecting Split Airport to Stari Grad, with a one-hour transfer.

Click here for more information on how to reach Hvar.

Hvar3.jpg

Accommodation in Hvar

bottom of page