1. Hula Hula Beach Bar: Where Bali interiors meet the Adriatic- Hula Hula is a gorgeous club set right by the edge of the cove. The party lasts all day, however make sure to visit for sunset bubbles and watch the sun dip into the sea.
2. Carpe Diem: I've heard amazing things about this club, however it's only open to Yacht Week members during the months of June to September.
3. Ka' Lavanda Bar: Set in the Old Town, chances are you will hear Ka'Lavanda before you see it. The party stretches into a beautiful outside alley made from white stone, filled with people dancing into the night. 10/10 vibes.
1. Dalmatino (£): I normally never look at TripAdvisor, but it was late at night after a day at Hula Hula and this restaurant was rated #1 on the island. To our surprise it was a family run restaurant and the food was absolutely delicious! You must try the tuna tartar!
2. Restaurant Robinson (££): A hidden gem in Hvar. Situated on its own private beach, this boho restaurant is ideal for chilling out hippie style under the olive trees. Nothing fancy or over the top, but the food is simple and delicious.
3. Restaurant Amo (£££): I came across this restaurant on Pinterest and linked it to my inspo board immediately. Based in Hotel Podstine in a leafy garden overlooking the sea, serving Italian-style pasta dishes and Dalmatian seafood.
4. Gariful (££££): Treat yourself to one of Hvar's most exclusive restaurants. The freshest fish on the island...scallops, clams, red snapper served with lashings of wine whilst you can hear the waves crashing against the harbour. Make sure to book beforehand!
5. Zori Restaurant (££££): For an unforgettable dining experience, visit Zori, situated nearby Hvar on the island of St. Clement.