In our several days in Hvar, we made many strolls in the town. Even on the second day, we feel very comfortable being there as if this is a very familiar place. However, that doesn’t mean that we did not discover anything new every day. We were never disappointed by Hvar town’s beauty and the warmth of its inhabitants. The walks through the old town have always been a joy.
We strolled leisurely in the town square, while passing by this fashion shop my eyes were attracted to the honey colored stone wall, the lantern and the parked bicycle. These all conveyed a very relaxing feeling; that’s what holidays are about.
Never thought of window shopping in Hvar town square. But the shop windows here are so attractive that I couldn’t help enjoying it. Then came this shop with red flowers, red dress, green benches with green window frames against the honey colored stone walls.
Then we passed by the Town Loža (Loggia) and Clock Tower on the main square. This is the only remains of the former Governor’s Palace and one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture on the island. The Loggia was reconstructed in fine Renaissance style after the former loggia was damaged by the Turks in 1571.
We didn’t end up buying anything, but we did get inspired by what we saw in the shop windows. We were glad to have another peaceful day doing nothing much but seeing a lot in the Hvar town. . . . . . . . . .