Visit Sveta Nedjelja on the south shore of the island of Hvar

On the gorge of the south shore of the island of Hvar, below the highest point of the island is located the village of Sveta Nedjelja. Above Sveta Nedjelja there is a cave with an impressive interior which served to people in Neolithic times as a shelter. In the 16th century there was built an Augustan monastery which has left many marks and the church has been preserved. This picturesque place by the sea is famous for the production of best red wines, the wines being so high in quality due to the almost perfect geographical position, Hvar’s climate and definitely the quality work of Hvar’s farmers who tirelessly farm numerous vineyards on steep and hardly  accessible slopes on the south shores of Hvar. In Sveta Nedjelja  there is a beautiful pebble beach, and free climbing fan can enjoy the numerous arranged paths for free climbing in the immediate vicinity of Sveta Nedjelja.
Sveta Nedjelja can be reached by road which from Jelsa leads via Pitve through the tunnel to the south shore of Hvar. There is also an unfinished road which leads from Sveta Nedjelja, above the Dubovica cove, towards the main road for Hvar and Stari Grad.
In Sveta Nedjelja there are a few restaurants, houses to rent and shop. The closest biggest place is the city of Hvar.



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