Stari Grad (The Old Town) is located at the end of a four nautical mile-long bay on the northern side of the island of Hvar. The fields used to provide sustenance and the bay provided protection. Stari Grad has very rich history which is visible today becuse of many monuments which survived till present time.
The Croatian coastal towns and cities are served by ferry and ship services. The inhabited islands are linked with the mainland (and some of them also with other islands) by ferry/ship services. During the summer, the frequency of ferry sailings is usually increased and fast hydrofoil services are addedRead