Jelsa sandy beach

Hvar, Jelsa beach
Jelsa is a small port on the north central part of the island of Hvar. The town is built around a wide natural inlet that attracts holiday visitors and visiting yachts.
On the both sides of the harbor there are wooded coves ideal for relaxation and swimming. Thick pine forests, high poplars (which is quite rare on the Dalmatian islands), nice sand beaches, vineyards and olive-groves render Jelsa and its surroundings a special attraction. East of Jelsa is a sand cove called Mina, and on the small Glavica peninsula the public beach Soline. Since the sixties the islet of Zecevo has been frequented by nudists, which makes Jelsa one of the pioneers of nudist tourism on the Croatian coast.
Within a short walking distance there is a sandy beach bay Mina ideal for small children. A near hotel with many facilities is another advantage.

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