Ferry to Ancona - Stari Grad (Island Hvar), Croatia

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Ancona

Information about Ancona
The port of Ancona is the first Italian port for international traffic of vehicles and passengers, with more than 1.5 million passengers and 200,000 TRUCKS every year, and one of the first in the Adriatic for goods.
The regional capital, Ancona directly overlooks the sea and has about 100,000 inhabitants. Its geographical position, situated on a promontory of Monte Conero, makes it a port city projected towards the Balkans. Founded by the Greeks, the city of Ancona grew considerably when the emperor Hadrian expanded the small harbour. After becoming Byzantine rule first, and then a free city, was one of Republics.
In 1532 he became part of the Papal States. The soul of the city is definitely the port. Of strategic importance for the traffics always Adriatic port of Ancona is one of the landmarks for the city's economy.
Ancona

Stari Grad (Island Hvar)

Information about Stari Grad
Stari Grad is a small town in the northern part of the island of Hvar in Dalmatia, Croatia.
Formerly a naval and commercial centre and, until very recently, the largest settlement on the island.
Stari Grad and Hvar are renowned for wines, because the island is covered by vineyards.
In addition, small beaches are located in the caves inside the Bay and underwater fishing is possible along the North Coast. A hunting for rabbits and pheasants is close by on the peninsula Kabal.
The symbol of Stari Grad is the period of Greek colonisation of the city, now a UNESCO World Heritage site. In addition to the ancient plain, in Stari Grad are many churches, stone villas and many other beautiful places to see. Stari Grad welcomes different establishments situated in the tranquil Bay, apartments, private houses or rooms to rent.
Stari Grad (Island Hvar)