Croatia, Hvar - Building plot 100 meters from the sea, for sale
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 787/40, Land plot Sale

Selling price:On Request

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Location: Hvar
  • Sea view

Land space: 3267
Distance from sea: 100 m


Building plot with sea view, total area OF 3267 m2.


- The size of building components for the construction of family buildings is:
- at least 700 m2 and up to 1500 m2 for the construction of detached buildings.
- the floor plan construction of individual parcels can not be larger than 240 m2, which concerns the construction of the highest 180 m2 of basic buildings (Above ground level) and an additional 60 m2 on ground floor terraces, swimming pools and the like.
- the highest construction coefficient (kig) is 0.3.
- the largest gross building area is 500 m.
- the highest height is 7.2 m (from landscaped terrain to the wreath) - the largest number of floors is basement + 2 floors + attic.


- at least 1000 m2.
- the floor plan construction of individual parcels can not be more than 300 m2 and refers to the top 240 m2 of basic building (overheads) and additional 60 m2 on ground floor terraces, pools, booths and the like.
- the highest construction coefficient (kig) is 0.3.
- the largest gross building area is 800 m.
- the highest altitude is 9.0 m (from landscaped terrain to wreath).
- the largest number of floors has a pool + 3 floors.

According to all the above, this plot can be divided into three plots of 1000 m2, and three family houses can be build on them.

Location description
Hvar (pronounced [xv̞âːr]; local Chakavian dialect: Hvor or For, Greek: Pharos, Φάρος, Latin: Pharia, Italian: Lesina) is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, located off the Dalmatian coast, lying between the islands of Brač, Vis and Korcula. Approximately 68 km (42.25 mi) long,[1] with a high east-west ridge of Mesozoic limestone and dolomite, the island of Hvar is unusual in the area for having a large fertile coastal plain, and fresh water springs.

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