Written by Michela | 19 August, 2011 8:30
magazine Conde Nast Traveller has called one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world It, statistics in hand, and sunniest place in the Adriatic. The ideal, then, even for a holiday in spring or in late summer.
Because the beauty of its beaches and natural landscapes hinterland combines the liveliness of its tourist countries, and the charm of fishing villages that, While tourism, kept intact rhythms and traditional customs, the perfect places where you can find taverns offering fresh seafood at unbeatable prices.
But if Hvar has become famous for the large northern beaches where you can comfortably sunbathe and enjoy excellent bathing facilities, This island has another soul. Most hidden and not accessible to all.
Ezio accounts with his AdriaCharter frequents the island for years and has no doubt about it: “The south coast, more isolated and difficult to reach by land, is still a natural paradise of little known, ideal destination for a sailing holiday in the Adriatic”.
This is where your boat will allow to identify easily the most inaccessible places and secluded coastal, where you can spend a day just you and the sea.
“Within minutes it is possible to reach a jewel as the island of Pakleni otoci, whose lonely beaches are surrounded by pine forests“, always says Counts.
Once on the ground, then, the Southern Hvar will offer jewels of medieval and Venetian as the villages of Ivan Dolac, Holy misdeeds, Milna.