It’s is already the 33rd such selection, and more than 715 thousand voters voted for the Reader’s Choice Award.
Along with Hvar, the three best islands include the Greek islands of Folegandros, Zakynthos, and Crete. Greek islands of Mykonos and Skiathos, the island of Jersey in the United Kingdom, the Italian island of Ischia, the Spanish island of Mallorca, and the Turkish island of Bozcaada look back.
Condé Nast Traveler points out that Hvar is an excellent destination to visit all year round; due to warm summers, mild winters, and it’s the sunniest island in Croatia, with more than 2800 hours of sunshine a year. Reasons to visit Hvar are certainly the rich historical and cultural heritage of the city, Fortica Fortress, Arsenal, and Hvar Theater.
Hvar lavender is also a lure for visitors and excellent wines and famous winemakers, and of course, gastronomy.
The award of 50,000 arrivals and 280,000 overnight stays is a kind of crown, for the COVID 19 pandemic.
Hvar is honored to be in the company of the world’s best islands. His is a reward for all tourism stakeholders in the city and the island and thanks to all the faithful lovers of Hvar’s island who gave us their vote.
NEW WORLD RECOGNITION FOR THE ISLAND OF HVAR!
“The Tourist Board of Hvar continues with the preparations for the tourist year 2021, which will be very challenging, and we hope that the Ministry of Tourism and Sports and the Croatian Tourist Board will take over the guarantee of credit indebtedness of local tourist boards with the new Law on Tourist Boards and Promotion of Croatian Tourism. that HBOR will provide financial resources with commercial banks to promote Hvar even more successfully, but also Croatia on the international market.” points out Petar Razović, director of the Tourist Board of the town of Hvar.