The climate of Hvar is the archetype of Mediterranean climate. With an annual average of 7,7 sunshine hours per day and 2843 sunshine hours per year, Hvar is the sunniest island in the Adriatic. In comparison, Dubrovnik has 7 hours of sunshine per day, and Nice at the south of France 7,2. Winters are mild, summers hot, while Falls are somewhat warmer than Springs. In March and April, temperatures gradually rise as the day becomes longer, so April on Hvar resembles mid-summer in the majority of Central European cities. Although temperature differences are generally speaking insignificant, Hvar has a subtle and romantic change of seasons….