We got away in the afternoon on Monday 15 September. We went by bus 16 hours and 2 hours by ferry. Then we landed onthe island of lavender, so called because cultivations lavender are deal almost all over the island.
Our place of residence was the city Vrbowska. Vrbowska called – Croatia’s Venice, because of beautifully indented bays and picturesque stone bridges.
A complete surprise for us was the small inconspicuous local church, whose interior was decorated by paintings of Venetian painters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. On Sunday, all group went to church, where the local choir, called cepelli, sang. Many people remembered climate music for long time.
Capelli could also enjoy an evening in a little lighter repertoire with a glass of wonderful Dalmatian wines.
During our stay on the island we participated in many tours admiring the beautiful scenery and quaint streets of Stari Grad, Hvar and Dubrovnik. The island of Hvar is an island mountainous – ride the old road, winding and narrow, between the islands of Hvar and the Old Grad provided us with a lot of emotion. With bathing in the sea we used on the most beautiful pebble beach on the island Boll. We also did a day trip by boat to the Blue Cave, the Green Cave and the island of Vis. Blue Cave enchanted by its beauty. Rays of sun shining through sea water into the cave illuminated by the blue of the entire cave. In clear water we could see the rocky shores of up to 18 meters into the sea. On the way back we took a break in Split and watched residence of Emperor Diocletian (295-305 AD), currently part of the old city.
We came back home after 13 days happy, tanned, laughing and seemed younger.