Did you know that lavender cultivation on Hvar began in 1930, when one person planted a few lavenders in Velo Grablje, while the other villagers laughed at the idea? Only 20 years later, the inhabitants of Velo Grablje were making a living off of cultivating lavender and calling themselves a village of billionaires. In 1974 Hvar was the eighth biggest lavender producer in the world.
- Traditional light lunch: 75 HRK (ham and cheese, olives, tomatoes, marinated fish with capers)
- Peka: 170 HRK per person (traditional baked dish made in fireplace, under the bell called “peka”; includes starter, main dish (lamb, veal or chicken) and dessert
- Fish: 200 HRK (traditional dish – Gregada or Brujet or grilled fish; includes starter, main dish, dessert)
- Drinks (wine and mineral water) are included in the price