Hvar has a wealth of accommodation options to suit all budgets, from the penniless Couchsurfer to luxury living from 2,000 euro a day.
This section provides a comprehensive overview of the hotels, hostels, campsites and private accommodation on the island. There are also some tips on how to find somewhere to stay, and some things to be wary of when booking accommodation.
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Private apartments provide the bulk of the accommodation on Hvar, and there is something for every budget. Couchsurfers will find free beds available (although harder in peak season), while luxury villas in Hvar Town are available for hire from just 2,000 euro a night.
The needs of the majority of tourists is somewhere in between, and there are plenty of options to choose from - idyllic waterfont villas to stone complexes with pools inland. You will find a comprehensive selection below, as well as advice on some pitfalls to be avoided when rented.
Look out for some featured properties, such as Apartman Miličić, right, a self-contained apartment with balcony and wonderful sea view in Jelsa for just 35 euro a night in June and September. Contact us for more information.
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From the humble tent to the luxury campervan, Hvar is open for camping business, and there is a wide selection of choice available. Top end of the market is Camp Vira, near Hvar Town, part of the Suncani Hvar group, while Camp Mlaska on the other side of the island near Sucuraj is also very popular.
Jelsa is most accessible for the backpacking camper, a five-minute walk from the daily catamaran, while Stari Grad's Jurjevac is a short walk into town. There are several other sites dotted around the coast, including some options for naturists.View items...
The popularity of the island of Hvar with backpackers looking to enjoy the party atmosphere has led to an increased demand in cheaper accommodation. Assemble a group of partying Australian backpackers and a hostel will not be far behind.
With most demand in Hvar Town, it is no surprise that the largest number of hostels are to be found there. But there are other hostels in the island, including a spacious one in the heart of the old town of Stari Grad, and a more remote site in Gdinj, on the east of the island. Full info below.View items...
The quality of Hvar's hotel offer has improved immeasurably since ORCO Group invested in the Suncani Hvar hotel chain in 2005. Hvar Town's hotels have undergone a luxury makeover, with Hotel Riva and Adriana among the most exclusive on the Adriatic, while Hotel Amfora is a very popular upmarket family resort.
Hvar Town has other quality hotels outside the Suncani Group, including the central boutique Hotel Park and the supremely positioned Hotel Podstine, a little north of the town.
The hotels of Jelsa and Stari Grad have lagged behind somewhat, given their lack of investment, but this brings the advantage of cheaper price. A full guide below.View items...