Monday, 9 August 2010

Why Hvar?

When thinking about a European vacation, many people are quick to name the most famous Mediterranean hotspots: Spain, Italy, France or Greece. Each one of these places is filled with rich history and undeniable beauty, but some of the most beautiful beaches and stunning coastlines belong to a different Mediterranean jewel: Croatia.
The island of Hvar is the sunniest island in Croatia, and one of the sunniest spots in Europe, boasting over 2715 hours of sunlight in an average year. Hvar has routinely been voted one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world and is quickly becoming one of the trendiest summer destinations. Recently Eva Longoria Parker and her husband, NBA superstar Tony Parker celebrated their third wedding anniversary in Hvar, partying at the Carpe Diem nightclub!,,20400864,00.html
Hvar is also one of the two most famous winemaking zones in Croatia. The southern side of the island is home to vineyards famous for their red wines, produced from the Plavac Mali grape, while the central plain between Stari Grad and Jelsa is famous for its white wines. Suncani Hvar Hotels first Wine festival, from September 16th - 19th, celebrates local wines, but even more so Hvar's tradition, the way of living on the island and all the joy that it brings.
Suncani Hvar Hotels offer an authentic Mediterranean experience combined with a unique sense of luxury and glamour that we have infused into each location. For example, our Adriana hotel, Croatia’s first and only member of The Leading Small Hotels of the World, offers the one-of-a-kind Sensorí spa. Integrating design elements inspired by the sensuous island environment, the Sensorí spa features both indoor and outdoor amenities on three levels, including outdoor terraces for massage, yoga and relaxation.
Hvar features all the best the Mediterranean has to offer: a rich history and unique culture alongside stunning landscapes, some of the best wine in the world and luxurious vacation resorts.

So, why Hvar? Well, we think the real question is…why not?

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