Hvar island, Croatia
Jelsa, situated in the central part of Hvar , is a welcoming place, pleasing to the eye and ready to receive any guest or traveler. Jelsa borders with the two highest peaks on the Island - St. Nikola on the west and Hum on the east.
On the southern side there are three mountains - Vrh, Samotorac and Gozd, while Burkovo hill shields the northern side from the cold, northern winds. One of the most fertile plains of the Adriatic islands is situated between Vrboska , Jelsa and Stari Grad. The large valley is abundant in Mediterranean culture - lush vineyards and, above all, famous wines, orchards, olive groves and vegetable gardens.
The surrounding mountains and hills are overgrown with lavender, rosemary and sage as well as almond, carob, pine and cypress trees that give the entire region a special appearance, rarely found anywhere else.
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