Hvar is the largest city on the island of the same name in Croatia. Its architectural layout preserved shreds of evidence of the governing of the ancient Greeks and Romans, the Venetian, French, and Austrian Empires as well as the local charm. Hvar is famous for its well-preserved town walls, medieval towers, and the largest town square in Dalmatia. Its architectural hotspot is St. Stephen Cathedral of the 16th century. And the oldest Public Theatre in Croatia is located in the historical building of Arsenal. The sun shines brightly all year round so tourists will get the most beautiful tan along the Adriatic coast. There is a comfortable Bonj beach in the city. Mekicevica Beach, a pebble beach, with azure water and amazing restaurant offering local culinary delights, is 2 km away from Hvar. A beach of the camp Vira, surrounded by pines, received the Blue Flag.