Vrisnik is small and charming village with a huge and untold history. Since time is known, inhabitants lived from the land. It is manifested today through unique dialect and cultular customs.


You can temporary slow down the time here. Enjoy it with friends and family with abundance of sun in the summer, or have a taste of Mediterranean winter climate on the island.
 Hvar is an active vacation mecca with a network of biking and hiking trails. Numerous vehicles could be rented for land, sea or even air trips.
Lovely neighbouring villages are hiding wonderful dishes and creative interpretation of Dalmatian cousine.
We suggest you to start with our 'plavac mali' or 'trebljan' and 'bogdanjuša' wines.


If you plan to have a trip with bikes, cars, boats or on foot we will flood you with all the necessary informations that can help you to enrich and expand your experiences.
We will be there for any questions, from food and culture, to nightlife and activities.
Here are the links to Tourist Boards of Hvar, Jelsa, Stari Grad and Vrboska:


the owners

Grgičević family has inhabited the village of Vrisnik since the beginning of time. Pjero Grgičević is one of the few people that has mastered the craft of building stone houses in a traditional way. He rebuilt the old house that stood on the place where now Villa Ambroz resides, the villa being named after his father Ambroz Grgičević. Our family, as many others, produced and lived from selling the wine.
The neighbouring houses belong to the relatives and in this small community everyone reaches out to help one another. While we moved to Jelsa, our hearts still belong to Vrisnik and the intertwined village of Humac. Humac is a three hundred years old settlement, further east on the island, which inhabitants of Vrisnik used as temporary homes to work in the fields. Beautiful archeological site from Neolithic period can be explored in a Grapčeva cave nearby. Houses are currently being renovated in Humac to restore this historical heritage and revive the village.