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Excursion's informationsHvar, the sunniest Croatian island is lying between the islands of Brač, Vis and Korčula.
The island has typical Mediterranean vegetation.
The hillsides are covered in pine forests, with vineyards, olive groves and lavender fields in the agricultural areas. The climate is characterized by warm summers with many hours of sunshine.
With its long and rich history this is one of the most interesting islands on the Croatian coast.
The highest peak is St. Nikola, at 628 meters, with a small chapel from the 15th century.
The view from the top shows nearby islands Korčula, Vis, Brač, Pakleni islands in front of the Hvar harbour, the small island of Šćedro. St. Nikola provides also an excellent view of UNESCO protected Greek Hora. This fertile plain has been farmed since pre-historic times, and the Greek field layout is still largely intact.
Our hiking tour begins in Svirče, a small village in the interior of island. We start hiking towards the highest peak (3 hours approximately). From the peak we descend towards Sv. Nedjelja, on the south coast of the island (2 hours approximately).
Sv. Nedjelja is a small village famous for the best red wine whose grapes mature on the steep southern slopes under the highest peak of the island.
This hiking path has views of vineyards and steep rocks of this side of Hvar Island.
Hiking: Hvar - st. Nicolas
Total climbing: 630 m
Total descent: -561 m
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