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Located in the heart of this 2400 year-old harbor town on the island of Hvar, this house has been renovated with utmost care for its authentic character. Greeks, Romans, Ottomans and Venetians all have left a mark on this house and its surroundings, which are now protected by UNESCO. It is one of the very rare houses in the old town with a vast, wall-surrounded, vine-covered terrace as well as a small garden. Consisting of two floors offering three bedrooms and six beds, a dining-room/sitting area, a kitchen and a bathroom, our house 50-cm thick stone walls and floors keeps hosts fresh in the summer heat. Within walking distance of many beaches, main shops and the harbor, it is ideally and centrally located, yet shielded from the crowds.
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About the neighbourhood
The old town of Stari Grad is a classified UNESCO monument. Originally the island's capital, before the city of Hvar, its history spans 24 centuries. Its churches are in Venetian style, as is the campanile of St Stjepan or the Franciscan monastery. The church of St John dates back to the 6th century, with its mosaics and pre-Romanesque vaults. The city is crawling with small shops, restaurants, and is large enough to allow the traveler to get lost in its maze.