Restaurant Hora Agroturizam

Stari Grad is one of the oldest towns in Europe, the Greeks first sailed into her harbour in 384 BC and founded a settlement called Faros. After founding the town, the Greeks also took to nurturing nearby fertile fields – now known as the Stari Grad Plain which is the most fertile and largest cultivated field on all the Mediterranean islands. The Stari Grad Plain was even added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2008.

The Stari Grad Plain is also known as “Hora” where the restaurant takes its inspiration from and so, the Zuvela family continues the traditions of the ancient Greeks, by working with and living from the land. Hora spans over 32,000m2 and grows organic produce, the farm also produce their own wine, olive oils, cheese and animals roam the land to make it a fully immersive experience.

Here you can escape the hustle and bustle of Hvar town and get back to basics; enjoy a sunset over the Plains with a glass of Hora vino, organic produce and traditional Dalmatian meals. This is one of the most authentic experiences you will get along the coast.

Credit: Hora

Info

  • Starogradsko polje, Hvar, Stari Grad, Croatia
  • 43° 11' 4.69"
  • 16° 37' 46.3"

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