The wonderful island of Hvar is considered one of Croatia’s most upmarket destinations and is famous for its wonderfully sunny weather and its beautiful lavender. Hvar Town is the premier resort on the island, and there’s plentiful hotel and private accommodation in the town. Stari Grad is as lovely as Hvar Town, although perhaps doesn’t quite get the same visitor numbers, so it’s possibly the place to go to if you want to get away from the popularity of the former. Jelsa is the third main resort on the island; Milna (located very close to Hvar Town) is another option if you’re looking to stay somewhere quiet and relaxing.
There are numerous ferry and catamaran connections from Split to Hvar (plus a less frequent service in summer from and from Dubrovnik), as well as services to the local islands of Brac and Vis, although the latter option is only connected by a once-a-week catamaran.
Take a look through the variety of accommodation on Hvar, in all its resorts, by clicking on the individual town guides below. Alternatively, use this search box to search for accommodation on the island (you can also enter in your own resort/town) – Booking.com guarantee the best price, and offer reviews from real guests to help you make a choice!
Accommodation on Hvar by town
See hotels, villas and private accommodation options on Hvar in the following towns:
Accommodation on Hvar – Highlights
Hvar Town has a number of very stylish options, including the four-star Adriana Hvar Spa Hotel and the Riva Hvar Yacht Harbour Hotel. The four-star Hotel Podstine is a little bit further of a walk outside of the centre of Hvar Town, so more secluded and has its own private beach area.
The four-star Hotel Antica is probably the best of the small collection of hotels in Stari Grad.
If you’re up for a bit of glamping, there’s the Plage Cachee which has tents sleeping two people, and is right on the beach.