Luxury-minded travellers will find upscale places to stay in Jelsa, though all guests will undoubtedly appreciate the boating, island and rock-climbing. Visitors can also indulge in all the fine qualities that this welcoming, walkable and seaside city has to offer, including its a cathedral, archaeology and kayaking.
- There are 5 Jelsa hotels
- July is the most expensive month to travel here, whereas October is the most economical
- Closest major airport is in Brac Island (BWK), 11.2 mi (18 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Jelsa
- Boating, taking a ferry and adventures are top activities, whereas sights to visit include Jelsa Harbour, Bol Catamaran Terminal, and Bol Marina
- Its a cathedral and archaeology sites are notable, and landmarks include Purkin Kuk, Church of St. Peter, and Tvrdalj Castle
- The island and the sea highlight the natural beauty, and Zlatni Rat Beach, Sumartin Beach, and Dubovica Beach are several places worth visiting
Getting around Jelsa
There are many transport options in Jelsa. You can cross the water in a ferry from the local port.
Staying in Jelsa
For trips with the family or other getaways, you might prefer these highly rated properties:
- Adriatiq Resort Fontana
- Hvar Guesthouse
Adriatiq Resort Fontana, a favourite with Expedia travellers, has a 5 out of 5 user rating. Also Hvar Guesthouse has a 3 rating by guests.
Dressing for Jelsa
- Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 16°C, while nighttime temperatures stay around 5°C
- From April to June, the average is 28°C during the day and 9°C at night
- July to September sees average temperatures of 30°C during the day and 16°C at night
- Between October and December, you can expect 23°C as the daytime average and 6°C as the night-time average
- Average annual rainfall for Jelsa is 32 millimetres