This is one of the oldest towns in Europe and a UNESCO world heritage site located on the northern side of Hvar Island. Ideal for a day trip from Hvar, Stari Grad also offers a pleasant vacation for a couple of days.
Attractions and must-visits include:
- Stari Grad Museum
- Old Town Walls
- Greek settlement
- Stari Grad Plain
- Roman Villas (villa rusticae)
- Maslinovik - Greek tower in the Stari Grad Plain.
- Churches: Church of St John (sv. Ivan), Church of St Jerome (sv. Jerolim), Church of St Rok (sv. Rok), Church of St Peter (sv. Petar) church with Dominican monastery, Church of St Luke (sv. Lucija) church with remains of the monastery of Dominican treÃÃ„‡eretkinja (picokara), Church of St Nicholas (sv. Nikola), Church of St Stephan (sv. Stjepan), Chapel of Our Lady (Kapela Gospojica) in the Stari Grad Plain, Chapel of St Helen (sv. Jelina) on the road to Dol.
- Baroque and renaissance villas.
Stari Grad Travel Tips
- Accommodation, restaurants are available.
Entrance Ticket Details For Stari Grad
- Entry is free.
- The ticket prices of various attractions within the place vary.
Stari Grad Hours
- Open 24 hours and cane be visited anytime.
- The timings of various attractions within the place vary.
How to Reach Stari Grad
- Ferry boat
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38.07% of people who visit Hvar include Stari Grad in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
28.36% of people start their Stari Grad visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Stari Grad
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Stari Grad