DAY 6 – KOMIŽA (VIS) – BIŠEVO – HVAR (PALMIŽANA)
Palmiana, more specifically the bay of Vinogradie on the southern side of the island with a pine tree forest, plants like rosemary and heather, and numerous exotic plants, is the most well-known Hvar tourist resort with a naval port. There are various eating establishments, pubs, and pensions, and the area is easily accessible via a well-maintained and often used boat link from the port of Hvar.
Hvar has a rich cultural and historical legacy, as well as exquisite Mediterranean natural surroundings, making it a top destination for affluent vacationers and earning it the title of “queen of the Dalmatian islands.” Among the Croatian islands, it is the longest and sunniest. Hvar’s dense Mediterranean vegetation, wealth of architecture, and vibrant nightlife draw many visitors thanks to the island’s temperate temperature, warm winters, and nice summers.