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Nestled in a quiet bay adjacent to the village of Vrboska, just east of Hvar’s capital, the newly refurbished Senses Resort offers a tranquil escape for holidaymakers seeking a serene part of the Mediterranean. Set just a few seconds away from the beach as well as featuring a large swimming pool on the premises, water enthusiasts will have plenty of opportunities to splash about under the sun. There is also a fully equipped fitness centre as well as tennis and mini golf for guests wanting to stay active during their holiday, but if relaxation is priority for you, then pamper yourself with one of the many treatments that are available at the hotel’s own wellness centre. In between exploring the many treats and facilities that can be found at the Senses Resort, you can also choose to go for daytrips to places such as the main city of Hvar, or take the ferry to either the medieval town of Split or the Paklinski Islands, which are renowned for their natural beauty. On your return to the hotel, you can celebrate a day well spent by heading to the restaurant, where delicious Mediterranean dishes are served.
One of the bigger islands along the Dalmatian coast, Hvar was for centuries a busy trading post for various empires traversing the busy Adriatic Sea. Today this Croatian seaside gem serves as a beautiful, authentic coastal spot, where visitors can enjoy the beauty of a slower pace of life. Hvar has been populated for over 5,000 years and some of the main historic sites here stem from the Greek, Roman and Venetian colonisations. In the eponymously named capital of Hvar, you can still see the remnants of the latter, who, from the 13th century onwards, turned the city into an important port. Climb the steep hill that rises above the city, until you make it to the old Spanjola Fortress. The walls and towers offer panoramic views of the red-tiled buildings below and the many small islands that are scattered around Hvar. Descending the hill via the narrow path, you can stroll around the scenic streets of the city and head for the St Stephen Square, where the bell tower of the old cathedral towers above the houses. Next to the square you’ll find the romantic, old harbour, from where you can go on daytrip to the nearby Paklinski Islands. The islands are part of the larger Croatian archipelago in the Adriatic Sea and each of them are like tiny pieces of paradise that are perfect for a day of hiking or a romantic picnic on an isolated beach.