Amfora, hvar grand beach resort

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Bishop George Street Dubokovica 5 Hvar 21450


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (ocean or water)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Water sports

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Piano
  • Portable heaters
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 46.6 mi. from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Street parking

Amfora, hvar grand beach resort Meeting Space

Total meeting space43,056 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms8
Largest room6,997 sq. ft.
Second largest room3,983 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms324
Double (2 beds)251
Tax rate13%

Local Attractions

UNESCO protected Following the cross procession

Historical landmark
30 minutes away
For more than 400 years on Hvar, parishioners from the central part of the island have participated in the great Za križen (Following the Cross procession). Beginning on Maundy Thursday, mass is simultaneously held in the six parishes of Jelsa, Pitve, Vrisnik, Svirče, Vrbanj and Vrboska. The procession then begins, following a 25-kilometre course into the early morning hours of Good Friday. Because each of the six groups starts from their respective churches and follows the course in a clockwise direction, the groups never meet. Each group is lead by a specially chosen cross-bearer who walks the course either barefoot or in socks. Other official members of the procession are dressed in white tunics. The origins of this unique procession are linked to a period of peasant revolt against Venetian governance when, according to legend, a small cross began to bleed before a conflict. It is also interesting to note that in nearly five centuries of celebration, the tradition has never been interrupted. Even in 1944, when the procession was forbidden by the German authorities, refugees from the island Hvar conducted the procession between their tents in the refugee camp of El Shatt in Africa. This was the only time the annual procession was not conducted on the island.
Jelsa and 5 more villages, HR

The Cathedral of St. Stephan

Historical landmark
10 minutes away
The Cathedral of St. Stephan in Hvar town stands on the eastern side of the main square. It was built on the site of an early 6th century church. Present appearance the Cathedral received in the 16th and 17th century.

UNESCO protected Stari Grad Plain

Historical landmark
30 minutes away
One of the remains of Hvar history is Stari Grad Plain, one of UNESCO World Heritage sites. This is a cultural landscape that has remained practically intact since it was first colonized by Ionian Greeks from Paros in the 4th century BC. The original agricultural activity of this fertile plain, mainly centering on grapes and olives, has been maintained since Greek times to the present. The site is also a natural reserve.
Stari Grad, HR

Hvar Town Loggia

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
Hvar town loggia and a clock tower from the 15th century together are the only remains of the former Governor's Palace.

UNESCO protected aloe lace of benedictine nuns

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
Hvar Benedictine convent dares from 1664. That year two nuns of the order came to Hvar from the island of Pag with a task to begin the convent practice in this area. Since 1534 the Commune of Hvar, encouraged by some of its resident donators has pleaded for the establishment of a convent in this region. Along with spiritual character being its major task carried out for many centuries of its existence in this area, the convent has become world known due to agava lace. As tradition has it the skill of lace making has been passing on from generation to generation within the convent for 100-130 years.
Benedictine nuns cloister
Hvar, HR 21450

The Fortress

Historical landmark
30 minutes away
The fortress (or a citadel) in Hvar town, perched on a hill above the old town was built at the beginning of the 16th century (in the time of Venice). In 1579 it was restored after explosion of powder-chamber. Its final appearance came after many reconstructions. During French rule some additional reinforcement building was done. The barracks and observation post were built during Austrian rule. It hosts a prominent collection of amphorae and other objects from the ancient times and the Middle Ages. From the fortress toward the town square lead the city walls, built in the Middle Ages. This fortress dominates over the city. There is a beautiful panorama view of the town of Hvar and Pakleni Islands from the fortress.

Paklinski Islands archipelago, a nature reserve

30 minutes away
The chain of islands is approximately 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) long, formed of limestone, with a very indented coastline and low pine forest with black pine, and aleppo pine. The highest point on the islands is 94 metres. The islands are a popular destination for visitors with smaller craft, especially yachts, providing numerous peaceful coves for diving, underwater fishing, swimming and water sports

Franciscan Monastery

Historical landmark
15 minutes away
The Franciscan monastery in Hvar town was built in 15th century as a retreat for sailors. Within the monastery there are the artifacts exhibited in the monastery collection which is also the oldest on the island. It consists of paintings, manuscripts, old coins and incunabula.
Hvar, HR


Located on Hvar, the sunniest island in the Mediterranean and voted one of the “ten most beautiful islands” by Conde Nast Traveller, Amfora, hvar grand beach resort is at the heart of Sunčani Hvar Hotels’ MICE offer. Amfora’s progressive attitude and impressive organization make it easy to mix business and pleasure without compromising the finer points of either. In total, Amfora boasts over 3700 sqm of adaptable business space, impeccably serviced by a team of highly skilled professionals. At the heart of Amfora’s conference centre there are two flexible ballrooms illuminated by floor-to-ceiling windows that peer over Hvar’s bay, across the Paklinski islands and into an azure horizon. At over 370 sqm and 320 sqm respectively, the Grand ballroom and Terrace ballroom are suitable for large capacity events for up to 500 people. The spaces are connected audio-visually and can be divided into 5 breakout rooms using wooden partitions, each room remaining with plenty daylight. The 113 sqm of the Terrace ballroom pre-function space is naturally lit with access to the conference centre terrace and, along with the 185 sqm of pre-function space of the Grand ballroom, is well suited for coffee breaks and may serve as a registration and reception area. Deluxe boardroom is ideal for board meetings for up to 17 people or as a press room, it is sound proof and measures 35 square metres. It is naturally lit and has access to the conference centre’s terrace and is quite well designed. Finally, the facilities include a state-of-the-art business centre of approximately 40 sqm, equipped with a variety of computers, printers and fax machines to meet all administrative needs. The whole centre is serviced by on-site A/V equipment, gourmet catering and is accessed by a dedicated entrance to ensure privacy. The possibilities for meetings and events at Amfora flow out the conference centre doors and onto its Cascading terrace. Surrounded by an array of well groomed gardens and pools, Amfora’s options for meetings and events stretch over the entire bay, offering over 500 sqm of event space. Seamlessly cascading down to hotel’s luxury beach are Bonj ‘les bains’ and Maestral, yacht deck restaurant. Whether you choose Bonj ‘les bains’, a 1930’s style architectural gem or the yacht atmosphere at Maestral restaurant, your group will be guaranteed to enjoy the best of Croatia’s flavours, sights and sounds.


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