Hvar Best Beaches

Bonj les bains
Historic early 20th century beach club near renovated Amfora Resort in Hvar offers top spa services, nutritional cuisine, and mattress service for a burgeoning beach scene. Stone columns frame a rooftop lounge area with central bar pouring tropical cocktails and freshly squeezed juices. Underneath the lounge area are a series of concrete cabanas and sprawling patio area furnished with canvas loungers and crème-colored umbrellas available for daily rental. Two private spa cabanas offer hourly treatment like deep-tissue and sports massage. The terrace environment offers the closest thing to St. Tropez-style beach club in Croatia.

Camp Vira Beach
200 meters in length with small pebbles, it is very suitable for small children and non-swimmers. One of the great benefits of this beach is its position protecting it against all winds and waves, which makes it particularly suitable for pleasant swimming and sunbathing.

Located on the Paklinski Islands just across the bay, this beach is rich in flora and features a beautiful swimming area. The island is provided with all basic needs and has a shop, restaurants and popular bars. The main reason many like to come here is the opportunity to party away from the busy island of Hvar.

Located on the Paklinski Islands just across the bay, this pebble beach is naturally protected from the wind.

Milna beach
Located in village Milna, this picturesque beach is recognized as being very children friendly.

Zaraće beach
Located in village Zaraće, this beautiful beach provides natural protection from both the wind and the waves.

Zavala is an ideal destination for those who want to escape from city crowds and to sincerely relax surrounded by the hypnotic scents of lavender and rosemary, picturesque olive trees and vineyards, clear sea with magical undersea life.

Located 8 km east of the town of Hvar this beach is naturally protected from the wind.

Located to the north of Hvar, not far from the town of Sucuraj. This sandy beach has shallow waters even 10 meters away from the coast. Thick Mediterranean vegetation above the beach provides shades. Mlaska is home to a famous autocamp of the same name.

While many of Hvar’s beaches involve perching on a rock before stepping gingerly out onto a stony seabed, the silkily sandy Grebišće is absolutely perfect for smooth paddling around. Located 4km east of Jelsa just off the Sućuraj road, the beach is reached by walking through the Grebišće campsite. The beach itself is very narrow and contains very little shade, but the bay is both very shallow and sandy underfoot – which is why it’s such a popular venue for splashing around. Drinks and basic snacks are available at the Čorni Petar beach bar, nestling beneath trees on the headland to the east.

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