• Jelsa Wine Festival

    Jelsa Wine Festival

    Every year, during the last weekend in August, organizes the traditional wine fair in Jelsa on which offer the best wines of Hvar, local specialties and plenty of fun.

  • From Jelsa to Split by seaplane in 13 minutes

    From Jelsa to Split by seaplane in 13 minutes

    If you decided to visit the island Hvar the fastest and most comfortable way to travel from Split to Jelsa is from the air. 13 minutes last seaplane flight from the airport Resnik, near Split to Jelsa on Hvar and during the summer season seaplane is flying four times a day.

  • Cycling and walking in St. Philip i Jakob

    Cycling and walking in St. Philip i Jakob

    Cyclists can rent bikes in the center of St. Philip and Jakob and enjoy the ride over cycling paths above Sv. Philip and Jakob, to the viewpoint "Black Circle", with a beautiful view of the Pasman channel, the Kornati Archipelago, Vrana Lake and Plain districts.

  • Toc - Olive Mill

    Toc - Olive Mill

    Last rustic Mill was built of stone taken from nearby Roman ruins, probably in the 18th century. It contains a monolithic stone wheel, a press for crushing, and "oysters", stone vessels for keeping oil and various wooden containers.

  • Medical turism - Terme Selce

    Medical turism - Terme Selce

    Terme Selce is specialized medical institution that throughout the year their programs ordinary tourist facilities. Especially interesting is the practice of physical medicine and rehabilitation of sports injuries.

  • Roman Fort Lopsica

    Roman Fort Lopsica

    The fort Lopsica divided the experts of opinion. Some claim that the Lopar was an old Roman fort, while others believe that it was medieval, Frankopan town. The remains of the ruins of the city Lopara were fairly well preserved until the eve of World War II.

  • The Chapel of St. Joseph

    The Chapel of St. Joseph

    The Chapel of St. Joseph was originally a shrine Baroque Church of St. Catherine. The church altar was built under the influence of Venetian masters who in these parts built Baroque "golden altars".

  • Benedictine monastery in Rogov

    Benedictine monastery in Rogov

    Formerly St. Philip and Jacob was a port of a Benedictine monastery in Rogov. He had a fortified abbey with its own church, basement, oil refinery, and salt works whose remains have been preserved to this day and, with the blade and the house and park Borelija Borelli...

  • Trail of Romans

    Trail of Romans

    The trail begins in Crikvenica with a stone bridge over the stream Dubračina and follows the creek to sources near the village of Chandra behind the parish. Its length is 15 kilometers.

  • Olive groves from Lun

    Olive groves from Lun

    Lun is a village in the northernmost part of the island. According to some sources, the name derives from the old Latin and Italian name cape Lun: Punta Longa, lunga - long cape. Lately becoming known for its thousands of years of olive and olive oil.

  • Semisubmarine for sightseeing

    Semisubmarine for sightseeing

    In each run, see something new because it is not anchored or tied to shore. SemiSUBMARINE sails constant speed 1-2 knots, slow enough that you have a chance to see all the details and the marine life is not frightened by our arrival.

  • The Ancient Aqueduct

    The Ancient Aqueduct

    The ancient aqueduct in Novalja is the most important archaeological heritage of the island. These are underground canal - the tunnel, which was built in the 1st century AD during the Roman Empire.


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