The main town of the island, also called Hvar, attracts many visitors as it boasts exceptional beauty and numerous historical monuments.

The 17th-century Theatre, for instance, is among the oldest in Europe, and the town’s arsenal dates from the 13th century. Join your guide for a walk through narrow streets to the 15th century Franciscan monastery, to visit the impressive Renaissance cloister, the old refectory that today houses a collection of lace, manuscripts and books and the church with its remarkable collection of paintings, including “The Last Supper” by Ingoli.  The guide will then lead you to the main square to visit the Cathedral of St. Stephen, its treasury and bell tower with its distinctive mark of the Venetian rule.

Yet another appealing aspect of the town is its picturesque squares and streets, which you can explore independently before returning back onboard.

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