Vrboska, the smallest town on the sunny island Hvar, is special because of its geographical location hidden in the depth of the bay, the untouched pine forrrest, the cultural sights with the marks of the Gothic, renaissance and baroque style, and an architecture interwoven with narrow winding roads. Vrboska has a very beautiful little island in the middle of the bay connected with bridges, and therefore it is named Little Venice. The village has been settled since the ancient time and it developed into a fisherman's village and later into a wonderful little town. It owes its charm to the typical Mediterranean popular architecture, the proud old town houses with characteristics of Gothic, renaissance and baroque style, the sacral spirit of the ancient church buildings, but also to the luxurious modern villas. Vrboska is known for its beautiful gravel and sandy beaches, clear air, crystal blue sea and untouched nature. There is also the nudist island Zečevo.
The rich fishermen tradition of Vrboska reflects also in the local gastronomic offer. The healthy food from the surrounding fields and the fresh fish, together with the domestic olive oil and aromatically spices will be a unique gourmand experience, which will together with a glass of wine of the famous sorts wines from Hvar be just perfect.