One of the most attractive things about Hvar is that it really is a different paradise for all types of people. From the sun-worshippers to the gourmands, from the party goers to the culture buffs.
And Hvar means so many different things to so many different people, with many carving out their own little slice of heaven, quietly and unassumingly, away from the glare of the tourist throng.
Where some quite interesting things go on.
Consider this one for example, in the historic UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Stari Grad Plain, which has seen many things since the Ancient Greeks started to cultivate it 2400 years ago, but probably not too many live concerts by Hungarian and Japanese artists, such as the one that took place at Artfarm in the UNESCO zone last summer.