A gang of articles in New York and London’s press about Croatia reflect the growing resurgence in the popularity of the 'other' Adriatic coast as a tourist destination. A mix...

A gang of articles in New York and London’s press about Croatia reflect the growing resurgence in the popularity of the ‘other' Adriatic coast as a tourist destination. A mix of history, good weather and natural beauty bring in the tourists – and so does the ‘scene': the yachts of folk like Gates & Cruise yachts shore up at the happening islands of Vis and Hvar.

Hvar reminds us of Ibiza. Like the Balearic Isle, Hvar is a beautiful island blessed with sun and beach. But it’s the emergence of a scene in Hvar town that’s changing the nature of the island. The influence of Italy is apparent – in the past and now with the swarms of colorful Italians swarming the remote Salinas-like beaches; with the after beach parties and in the town’s bars and nightclubs.

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