Nights of Antun Dobronic
Published: 06.12.2014 u 10:07
Every year, traditionally from 20.07. to 20.08. in Jelsa on island Hvar is maintaining festivals for musical, drama and folklore called "Nights of Antun Dobronic".
This summer cultural event, which is traditionally held every year since 1993 in Jelsa from 20 July to 20 August, is dedicated to the Croatian composer and music writer Antun Dobronic. The event is held music, drama and folklore festivals called "Nights of Antun Dobronic".
It has recently been the most important cultural and artistic event on the island of Hvar, where visitors can enjoy performances by renowned and well-known artists as well as potential, upcoming young staff.
The venue is beautiful stone square St. Ivana in Jelsa in the parish church of the Marijina Uznesenja.
Things to Do & See
Kozarica place on the island of Mljet, which offers an exciting and relaxing holiday for people who seek peace and want to enjoy the beauty of nature. It is a small fishing village where the winter habitat of some 20 villagers.
In the center of the island Hvar lies Jelsa, welcoming, clean, friendly and tend to guests and visitors. It is determined by two highest island peak - in the west of St. Nicholas, on the east Hum. In the south is surrounded by hills Top, Samotorac and Forest, on the north side of the north winds protects Burkovo hill.
Mljet is located in the South Dalmatian Archipelago. It is the southernmost and easternmost of all our islands. Provides parallel with the eastern half of the Peljesac peninsula from which it is separated Mljet channel 8 km wide.
Unspoiled nature, clear blue skies, crystal clear waters, beautiful bays and beaches, smells and colors of picturesque lavender fields, vineyards, olive groves, as well as many historic and cultural sites, together with friendly hosts is what makes Hvar one of the most desirable holiday destinations and arguably one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the world, among which it is included magazine "Traveller" in 1997.
Tourism is its development on the island of Korcula started at the end of XIX. century. The first public beach is regulated in the town of Korcula in 1904, while the first Korčulan prospect in several languages printed in Vienna in 1914. After II. World War II, the sixties begins on the entire island development of modern tourism: hotels were built, decorated campsites and other tourist and catering facilities.
South Adriatic adorned with exotic types of tourism with its beautiful sheltered bays and beaches hidden from view until the world famous trendy resorts Hvar and Dubrovnik.