Joining in a Croatia-wide festival
January 27 was Museum Night throughout Croatia, with exhibitions in 74 towns across the country, including three on Hvar.
Will it be the right path?
Croatians voted to join the EU on Sunday. A guest blog by Vivian Grisogono on the subject.
Probably Hvar's biggest ever renovation project
Foreigner buyers sometimes complain at the length of time it takes for renovations. Here is one uncompleted project, some 500 years on...
Minister for EU negotiations recharges batteries on Hvar
Hvar is also a popular destination for Croatia's politicians, both for business and pleasure, and one regular visitor is new Minister of Foreign Affairs, Vesna Pusic. A look at politicians visiting Hvar and the career of the new minister, by Vivian Grisogono.
A little backgound to Christmas and New Year traditions and greetings on the island of Hvar.
Roman heritage in the ancient village of Pitve
A journey into the hills of Pitve, high above Jelsa, reveals much more than pretty views, including the Roman god Janus.
How to stamp official documents on Hvar
If you have any official business at all on Hvar, from registering a property purchase to obtaining a police report in the event of a crash, the chances are you will need to pay a visit to that delightful institution, the Public Notary. A step-by-step guide.
Lost in translation?
The first in an occasional series at some of the more interesting signs on Hvar. We begin in the east.