The Amfora caters well for guests of all ages, with luxury accommodation and a wealth of amenities on hand for the perfect, relaxed beach holiday.
Set on its own bay, just 10 minutes’ walk from Hvar town, the Amfora is in one of the best spots in the area for swimming and sunbathing.
Although within close reach of the town, it is in a quieter spot, away from the hustle and bustle of the centre. The Amfora’s pools cascade down the hillside,
in an elaborate waterscape incorporating islands, fountains, waterfalls and even a water chute. The pools are surrounded by palm trees, olive trees and
umbrella pines, with plenty of stylish sunbathing areas. The Mediterranean gardens lead down to the seafront promenade and the pebble beach,
where there is a choice of places to sunbathe an swim in the crystal-clear Adriatic sea . Access to the main stone and pebble beach is free
but there is a small charge if you choose to use the sun loungers and shades. There is also a choice of ‘beach’ clubs.
Transfer & distances
On seafront with pebble beach, 10 minutes walk from centre of Hvar town.
Transfers will be a car transfer and a sea transfer.
This may be by ferry or Catamaran and will be confirmed at the time of booking.
Transfer & distances
Next to Diocletian’s palace, 10 minutes’ walk from beach and to the nearby harbour, 30 minutes’ transfer from Split Airport
All of the superior rooms are air-conditioned and
have a telephone, TV, minibar, safe, wi-fi internet
access, hairdryer and en suite bath, shower
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Swimming pools, (towels provided for
guests’ use around the pools), bars and restaurants
including Windows on Hvar buffet restaurant,
Cascades pool bar and restaurant, Splash beach bar Maestral Restaurant, gym
Facilities subject to additional charge include:
Use of loungers and shades on beach and seafront,
entrance to beach clubs.
Hvar has far more than its fair share of good looks and charm. Wooded hills sweep down to meet the red roofs and pale stone walls of magnificent buildings, surveying the palm fringed harbour and sparking turquoise of the Adriatic. It is breathtakingly beautiful, its grand old buildings lending it a sense of gravitas. The magnificent Venetian architecture with ornate balconies and intricately carved spires and towers is picturesque in the extreme. It was once the wealthiest town in Dalmatia and Renaissance palaces shelter beneath the city walls, overlooked by a hilltop fortress.
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