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Island Hvar - Sućuraj

Island Hvar - Sućuraj

Sućuraj is a picturesque small town on the island of Hvar (central Dalmatia, Croatia).

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Beaches and bays

Beaches and bays

More than 25 km of coast along the south and the north side of the island of Hvar with sandy, pebble or rocky beaches and bays.

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Accommodation

Accommodation

Accommodation in private apartments, boarding houses, holiday houses... Direct contact with the owners - no booking fee.

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How to reach us?

How to reach us?

Sućuraj is located on the east cape of the island of Hvar (central Dalmatia, Croatia), 5 km from the mainland. Sućuraj is easiest accessible via a 30 min ferry trip from Drvenik on the Makarska's Riviera.

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Welcome to Sućuraj on the island of Hvar

Sućuraj, a small picturesque tourist and fishermen's town and port, is the most eastern settlement on the island of Hvar (central Dalmatia, Croatia), and is also nearest to the mainland. The history of Sućuraj is very turbulent, of which there are many documents and monuments. Thanks to its position, the village has a coastline on both sides of the island. Everyone who finds themselves in Sućuraj and wants to spend the day swimming and sunbathing can choose one of the many sand, pebble or rocky beaches near the town. The sea is crystal clear and the temperature is pleasant for bathing from May all through October. Visitors can find accommodation in private apartments, holiday and boarding houses, rooms or a (motor)-campsite. There are several shops in the town and also restaurants and bars. There is also an elementary school, infirmary with the heliport for emergencies, a post office, hairdressing salon, currency exchange office, ATM, port authority office...

Sucuraj - a small picturesque tourist and fishermen's town Sućuraj on the island of Hvar

Information about Sućuraj

There are 357 inhabitants in the town (2011.) living mostly from tourism, fishing and agriculture. The town evolved around a deep and narrow bay in which the port lies. The main parts of Sućuraj are named Gornja Banda (Upper Side) and Donja Banda (Lower Side). Gornja Banda is located on a slight slope north of the port and Donja Banda is located on the south side of the peninsula. The architecture is typical Dalmatian with stone houses and narrow streets. The place gets its charm from the combination of blue seas of the Hvar and Neretva channel as well as the view of the Biokovo Mountain, Pelješac peninsula and the islands of Brač and Korčula. Archaeological finds testify of life in this area from the antiquities. The people of Sućuraj are known to be skilled fishermen, olive and wine growers and the tradition remains to this day. Gastronomically there is an excellent choice of restaurants, inns and taverns in Sućuraj which include traditionally local specialties such as fish, crabs, shellfish, wine and olive oil. For those who wish to enjoy a relaxing pace and escape the noise, crowds and hustle and bustle of everyday life, Sućuraj is an ideal location. The pleasure is guaranteed, whether you enjoy a stroll through Sućuraj's narrow streets, a seaside walk, having your morning coffee or a refreshing drink. More...

hvar perna Bilina beach - island of Hvar, Sucuraj

Beaches and bays - information and photos

Thanks to a climate with long sunny days, beautiful scenery, crystal clear sea and temperatures suitable for swimming from May to October, makes Sućuraj an attractive tourist destination. All of those who want to spend the day swimming and or sunbathing will find the place most enjoyable thanks to its more than 25 km of coastline with sandy, pebble or rocky beaches and bays. Sućuraj's coastline expands on both the north and the south side of the island of Hvar, which is a great advantage. If the south wind blows, there is calm sea on the north side and vice versa, so the pleasure is guaranteed no matter the conditions. More...

Blue sea of the Hvar and Neretva channel and the view of the Biokovo Mountain Sućuraj - the view from Mačak cape

The island of Hvar - information and photos

The Island of Hvar is one of a group of central Dalmatian islands and is the longest Croatian island, populated from early historic times. Other important settlements on the island are: Hvar, Stari Grad, Jelsa and Vrbovska. Economy are based on tourism, fishing and agriculture. The island is well known for its mild Mediterranean climate and record number of sunny hours. The summers are dry, warm and long, and the winters are mild and short so the temperatures below 0°C are very rare. In 384 BC Greek colonizers from the island of Paros founded the town of Faros on the site of modern-day Stari Grad. The whole island of Hvar got its name, somewhat altered, after this colony. This island is attractive for tourists mostly because of its unspoiled nature, many picturesque beaches and bays, crystal clean sea, pleasant climate with lots of sun, historical and cultural landmarks, good healthy food, olive oil and wine, entertainment, quality accommodation, hospitable hosts and especially pleasant and relaxing atmosphere of the entire island. More...

Sucuraj - east cape of the island of Hvar, Croatia Parish church of St. George (1897) Island Hvar - lighthouse Sućuraj

Accommodation - apartments, houses, villas, rooms, pensions

Tourism development started in Sućuraj at the beginning of the 1960's. Hospitable people offer their guests accommodation in numerous beautiful private apartments, boarding houses (pensions), holiday houses and rooms and in motor camp in the Mlaska bay, located 4 km from the town center. On this page you can find accommodation - direct contacts with owners - no booking fee. More...

How to reach Sućuraj?

If you are not already located on the island of Hvar, the quickest way to reach Sućuraj is by ferry from Drvenik, on the Makarska Riviera. Drvenik is located 45 km from the highway exit Zagvozd on Croatia's main highway, A1. The ferry takes 30 minutes; it leaves 6 times a day in winter and 10 or 11 times a day by summer timetable. If necessary, when it is very busy, which is often the case during the height of the season, the ferry leaves more frequently. Drvenik is located on the Adriatic tourist road, 96 km southeast from Split and 120 km northwest from Dubrovnik. More...

St. Anthony's church (1663) Mlaska beach Sucuraj, Hvar - narrow street Česminica beach Park and port

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