Don’t miss this if you feel like taking time off somewhere in isolation from everyday distress, to study, think, do art, train, be in nature, do nothing, or so to say, to “restart” yourself. Jelsa out of season is perfect place for you.
While the beaches are generally deserted from late September, the focus of Croatian tourism could move to its various other strengths, which are not associated with the glitzy nightlife or seductive beaches. Hvar, for example, has a strong wine and gastronomic tradition. The sailing regattas are accompanied by numerous other year-round sports activities and a growing interest in agro-tourism in the form of lavender, grape and olive harvests, herbal walks and cottage industries making natural products such as soaps and oils. Also, there are good budget options for business conferences and developed team-building programs, hosted by the excellent facilities and picturesque locations.
For individuals and groups we recommend discovering Hvar with special interest in:
- Sports like kayaking, rock climbing, cycling, deep sea fishing, diving, fishing, walking, swimming, rowing, running, etc.
- Agricultural experiences (harvesting olives, grapes, lavender, figs / ticket based)
- Isolation to ”restart” yourself in the nature and small local community (catering possible)
- Wine and olive oil culture and testing
- Bird watching, fishing watching (for groups)
- Skraping (walking on the coastline rocks) (for groups)
- Cooking course and diet – Mediterranean cuisine (for groups)
- Island hopping
- Procession of the Cross (Procesija za križem) 500 years old tradition (17.04.2014.)
Anything special you wish we can make come true (individual or group activities, organized package deals, etc.)
Hvar – even more beautiful out-of-season
Procession of the Cross
Jelsa on Hvar in May, September and October is highly recommended
Nearby points of interest: Split, Dubrovnik, Krka, Trogir, Korčula, Plitvice, Mostar, Međugorje, etc.
Prices are made on request, depending on the number of people and season.