General Info

Hvar is a famous island on the Croatian part of the Adriatic coast. The coast. The town of Hvar assumed its present outlook in the Renaissance but its history goes back to Greek settlers. The present Croatian name of Hvar derives from the Greek `Pharos'. The town is located in an attractive surrounding and the climate in September/October is mild and pleasant. The main tourist season ends by the end of August, and by the middle of September the place is very quiet and suitable for a scientific meeting.

The nearest international airport is Split, from which there are numerous connections to the harbour of Hvar.
The ferry-boat (see Jadrolinija web site) takes about 2 hours and the speed-boat takes 30 min. The bus service from the harbour to the hotel is provided.
An interesting site. Lots of interesting facts, historical and other. Some nice ilustrations also.
Personal pages devoted to historical sites in the Town of Hvar

Hvar 2005
Institute of Physics
Bijenička c 46, P.O.B 304
10000 Zagreb

FAX: (*)-385-1-469-8889

For specific information, please, contact
V. Zlatić,
I. Aviani,

photos by Ruth Monnier; design by Antun Čajkovac