The Island of Hvar, including Jelsa, has numerous cultural and historical monuments - churches, town squares, localparks, caves, and Hvar’s Ager (valley). The Island of Hvar, with its cultural and historical heritage, is one of the richest regions of the entire Adriatic coastand Croatia.
Guests are advised to take a tour of the Island with the help of guide book sand to capture their memories on film.
St. Mary’s church dates back to 1331. In 1535 the original early Gothic church was rein forced and extended. Today the parish church has four chapels: two larger ones dating back to the XVII ct. and two smaller ones dating back to the XIX ct.
Our Lady of Health Church was built in 1535 at the top of Racic hill. The hill itself offers a beautiful view of Jelsa’s valley and the Port.