A super book which we found invaluable on our recent week's charter out of Split. I thought the following notes might be useful to your readers.
On Hvar we overnighted on the anchor in the small bay, Zavala, north of Rt Oplovac on the way down to Stari Grad. [CCC page 170 and see note below]. It’s a beautiful and secluded spot and very well sheltered. Also I think its walkable to Stari Grad which gets pretty busy in the high-season.
From Palmizana on Sv Klements [CCC page 165] we hiked the less-than 400 metres over the hill to the restaurants you mentioned. We used the one next to Gastionica Zori which was OK and much cheaper!
Later we were in Milna on Brac and noted that the fuelling stations stayed open all afternoon albeit it was a public holiday.
Anthony Warren, Brentford
Thanks to Anthony for his comments and we’ll be following up the opening hours of fuel stations in a later posting since most fuel stations now seem to operate longer hours in the summer season.
Zavala, the inlet near Stari Grad (see above), is not to be confused with Uvala Zavala and the town of Zavala on the south side of Hvar island [CCC page 177]. Croatia does have a habit of using the same name for a number of places. Hence you have a Milna on Hvar as well as the better known Milna on Brač island!
Today’s photo is of Stari Grad Hvar.