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Tudor apartments in Milna bay on Hvar island are owned by Dinko and Ivana Tudor. Milna is a village on the southern coast of the Hvar island, only 4 km from Hvar town. Milna offers to its visitors 4 beautiful beaches: Vela and Mala Milna, Velo and Malo Borce, both communicated with green, refreshing pine wood. The beaches are pebbly, one is partially sandy. There is no discotheques or nightclubs in Milna, however in Hvar town there are few of them. Besides the clear sea, sunshine during 300 days a year, the magical songs of crickets, the air and pine trees suitable for people suffering from respiratory diseases and asthma, guests have the option of hiking and recreational trips to nearby attractions. At Milna visitors can rent donkeys, boats, parasols, sun loungers and there are 7 restaurants that serve Dalmatian cuisine and wines from the island of Hvar. Our regular guests like us to return, why? We invite you to visit us and discover!

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Apartments Tudor Hvar Croatia


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Tudor apartments in Milna bay on Hvar island are owned by Dinko and Ivana Tudor. Milna is a village on the southern coast of the Hvar island, only 4 km from Hvar town. Milna offers to its visitors 4 beautiful beaches: Vela and Mala Milna, Velo and Malo Borce, both communicated with green, refreshing pine wood. The beaches are pebbly, one is partially sandy. There is no discotheques or nightclubs in Milna, however in Hvar town there are few of them. Besides the clear sea, sunshine during 300 days a year, the magical songs of crickets, the air and pine trees suitable for people suffering from respiratory diseases and asthma, guests have the option of hiking and recreational trips to nearby attractions. At Milna visitors can rent donkeys, boats, parasols, sun loungers and there are 7 restaurants that serve Dalmatian cuisine and wines from the island of Hvar. Our regular guests like us to return, why? We invite you to visit us and discover!

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When you go from Hvar towards the southern side of the island you find peaceful Milna in a protected bay. Milna is 6 km away from the town of Hvar and can be reached by the old road, or by motor-boat (25 minutes). The place is situated on a lovely bay with four large beaches, one of which can be approached only from the sea. On the eastern slopes above the bay, there is a village of Malo Grablje. Milna bay on the southern side of Hvar islandFurther west on the bay there is the baroque summer residence of the Ivani? family (descendants of Matija Ivani?). Built in the 17th c on the foundations of an older structure from the 15th c it is the most beautiful summer residence on the island. It now houses an inn. The building has a fortified courtyard with loopholes, iron-studded doors, farm buildings of baroque design, and a number of interesting stylistic details. On the staircase in the house the coat-of-arms of the Ivani? family. The mural drawings date from the second half of the 19th c, and the two realistic stone busts of members of the family from the 17th c. Matija Ivani? was the leader of the people's rebellion of 6000 uprisers in 1510.


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Hvar belongs to the central island group of the Adriatic sea and lies in an east-west direction at right angles to the coast. These islands together are called "The Hvar Group". The eastern promontory of Hvar is only 4.5 km away from the mainland, while the western one faces the open sea. It is the longest of the Adriatic islands. "Lower Hvar", the western part, is called the "head of the island", as its main area. Plume - the eastern part - gets narrower towards "the top". Hvar (68 km long), is also the fourth largest in area (300 sq. m). The longitudinal road which links the town of Hvar with Su?urje at the eastern end of the island is 84 km long. The high plateau between St. Nicholas hill (626 m) and Hum (603 m) which extends from Sv. Nedjelja to Jelsa and is partly under pine woods and partly under arable land is marked by distinctive beauty and a fresh climate. The flat part of the island between Stari Grad, Vrboska and Jelsa is under vineyards which produce up to 50,000 hectoliters of wine per year.


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In Dalmatia there is a long tradition in producing wines and strong drinks. Wine Dalmatia is the ancient homeland of grapevine wich was cultivated in this sunny region first by Greeks and Romans and afterwards by Croats. Still two thousand years ago, the greek writer Athenaios described in his "Banquet of scientists" the Dalmatian wines in the following way: "On the island of Vis a wine is produced that no other wine equals". The entire Dalmatian economical, literary, artistical and political history is closely connected with wine production. In the Middle Ages, free Dalmatian towns Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split and Hvar based their economy mainly on seafaring and wine production. Viticulture was at its highest peak at the end of XIX century, when annual wine production amounted to 1.800.000 hl, 500.000 of which being exported. Still today viticulture is the main production branch in Dalmatia, as 50% of farmers cultivate grapevine. The Dalmatian wines belong to the best wines because of plenty of sunshine and rocky soils (limestone and red earth-terra rossa). Today grape distillation is mainly made in modem wine cellars, built after the World War 11. "Dalmacijavino" Split occupies an oustanding position among the wine production firms. BOGDANUŠA is a high quality white wine made of the grape son hearing the same name, cultivated in the area of Stari Grad and Jelsa on the island of Hvar. It is worth mentioning that Bogdanuša is an autochthonous sort, which can grow exclusively on this island. It is presumed that in the B.C. period, during the in the place of today' Stari Grad. According to tradition, this wine was served during the church holidays and most probably that is the origin of its name. CARSKO VINO is a specially processed selection of famous (first-class) wine POSTUP. A legend says that this selected wine from the peninsula of Pelješac was drunk at Austro-Hungarian emperor's court in Vienna. DINGA? is the first Croatian wine protected by International Convention in Geneva. It is made in the restricted area called Dingac, in the south slopes of the peninsula of Pelješac. Dingac is made of partially dried grapes of the grape sort Plavac Mali. Characteristics of Dingac are: dark red colour, developed and distinguishing aroma, full, harmonious and slightly sweet taste. It is best when served with grilled fish, meat or venison. POSTUP is a famous (first class) wine with geographical origin, made of the grape sort Plavac Mali from the site Postup in the south slopes of the peninsula of Pelješac. It has a full, harmonious aroma and is considered one of the best Croatian wines. For its quality and properties it was awarded the highest prizes at many national and international wine fairs. It is served withvenison, grilled fish and red meat specialties, at temperature between 18 and 22°C. POŠIP - ?ARA is a famous (first-class) wine made of the grape sorts bearing the same name, cultivated exclusively on the island of Korcula, in the locality of ?ara. It distinguishes itself for its specific taste and aroma which are the consequences of ideal climatic conditions, specific soil and grape sorts. According to tradition, in 11th century, the inhabitants of ?ara headed by sisters and brothers Crnomiri, came into conflict with Venetian prince-regent of the island of Korcula, because they were not willing to give their fertile vineyards as tribute. In the battle that followed the Venetian prince was killed. VUGAVA is famous (first-class) white wine from the island of Vis, well-known still in the time of Greeks for its viticulture. Vugava is made of the grape sorts bearing the same name, cultivated extensively only on the island of Vis. The Greek writer Athenaios worte in his Banquet of scientists: »On the island of Vis a wine is produced that no other wine equals«. PROSECCO DIOCLETIAN is a traditional Dalmatian natural desert wine, distilled from the most famous sorts of dry grapes. According to a legend, the Roman emperor Diocletian found great delight in drinking this wine, when in 303 A.D, he abdicated and went to live in his palace in Split. This pleasant dessert of a dark-copper colour with an aroma of matured grapes. It is usually served with desserts and well-cooled, with a slice of lemon, it is a delicious refreshment during the Summer. Strong drinks CHERRY BRANDY DALVIN is liqueur of Dalmatian origin. If is produced on the basis of marasca cherry which has an extraordinary quality, peculiar flavour and aroma. Cherry brandy drink is the natural liqueur traditional in Dalmatian for several centuries and considered as one of the best drinks in the world. AMARETTO DONATELLO, Mediterranean drink, a liqueur made of herbs and plants. According to tradition renaissance artists were first to drink this liqueur. One of them was Nikola Firentinac, apprentice of a very famous sculptor Donatello, who made some magnificent monuments in Dalmatia. DALMATINSKA LOZOVA?A (Dalmatian Grape Brandy) is distilled from the grape products of the light quality Dalmatian sorts. The traditional distillation and the specific conservation give to this brandy a specific aroma. Dalmatinska lozova?a is one of the most popular spirits. Our neighbors in Italy call it "grappa", but the Dalmatinska lozova?a differs from it for its specific taste which is the result of the traditional distillation and a special selection of grape sorts. DALMATINSKA TRAVARICA (Dalmatian grape brandy with herbs) is distilled from the products of high quality Dalmatian grape sorts and carefully chat, sea aromatical and medicinal herbs cultivated on rocky Dalmatian soils. This famous aperitif is very popular in Dalmatia. It is belived that because of medicinal herbs Travarica is a very good remedy for stomach disturbances.


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