In the evening town Hvar offers is full of resturants, cafes, bars and dance clubs: the restaurants offer local seafood specialities, and the town is famous for its nightlife... you can be entertained 'from dusk till dawn'.
For visitors who want pampering, the Adriana Spa Hotel with its "Sensori Spa" offers a full range of beauty and wellness programmes.
The latest luxury is a private beach in Hvar town but you need to pay - services include a recliner and umbrella, drinks, cocktails and food on order, and for extra pampering highly recommended massages.
The ancient Venetian fortress guards over the town of Hvar, and in the central piazza you can be astonished by the oldest theatre in the Mediterranean. Hvar offers visitors a host of cultural events, whether classical music concerts in its monasteries and churches; theatre plays, the fascinating informal Klapa choirs entertaining in the cobbled lanes, or its many colorful galleries, souvenir shops, unique jewelry shops... and much more...
You can also rent a bicycle, motorbike or car to visit all over the island and experience its lavender fields and famous vineyards, olive groves, or explore the many quaint picturesque villages.
The Paklinski archipelago stretches across the sea infront this Dalmatian town. It consists of tiny islands and hundreds of little bays where you can swim in a sea that is both turquoise in the shallow waters and dark, dark blue the further out you go; you can sunbathe for hours, fish, dive, sail...
Taxi boats go from Hvar town to the idyllic bay of Palmižana.
Ask for more informations at the Hvar Tourist Office.