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Today I'm sharing two 'fashion blogger off duty outfits' with you. This is the kind of outfits I wear when I go hiking: comfy and warm. Furthermore, I'm going to show you more views of Jelsa village, taken from both sides of the bay this little port village is situated in. The nature surrounding Jelsa is truly beautiful. Following the coastal pathways, you can hike both left and right to discover enchanting bays and untouched nature. You can also hike the green hills this island has to over. Hvar is also known as the green island. It is covered in pine tree forest so walking here will do wonders for your lungs. You know I'm a bit believer in benefits of hiking and spending time outdoors. Weekends are perfect for going  for a long walk. It is always good to be proactive about our health.

 EN As you can see, Jelsa is a beautiful little place. What to see in Jelsa? There are certainly quite a few beautiful and historical attractions to see here. To start, why not visit the old city (Civitas Vetus Ielsae)? The old city of Jelsa (where part of the defensive wall is also preserved) is definitely worth a visit! There are also many beautiful churches to see: the church of the Saint Mary of Health (built in 1535), the church of San Roch (built in the second half of the 16th century), the church of Saint Michael (built in 1463). In Jelsa you can also find one of the largest is the most beautiful parks in Dalmatia - Perivoj, built in 1870.

IT Come potete vedere, Jelsa è un bel posticino. Cosa vedere a Jelsa? Ci sono molte belle e storiche attrazioni da vedere qui. Per iniziare, perché non visitare la città vecchia (Civitas Vetus Ielsae)? La vecchia città di Jelsa (dove è conservata anche una parte delle mura difensive) merita sicuramente una visita! Ci sono anche molte belle chiese da vedere: la chiesa di Santa Maria della Salute (costruita nel 1535), la chiesa di San Rocco (costruita nella seconda metà del XVI secolo), la chiesa di San Michele (costruita nel 1463). Inoltre, a Jelsa puoi anche trovare uno dei più grandi parchi della Dalmazia: Perivoj, costruito nel 1870.

HR Kao što vidite, Jelsa je prekrasno malo mjesto. Što vidjeti u Jelsi? Ovdje se može vidjeti puno lijepih i povijesnih atrakcija. Za početak, zašto ne posjetiti stari dio grada (Civitas Vetus Ielsae)? Stari dio mjesta Jelsa (u kojem je sačuvan i dio obrambenog zida) definitivno vrijedi posjetiti! Tu se mogu vidjeti i mnoge lijepe crkve: crkva Gospe od Zdravlja (izgrađena 1535.), crkva Svetog Roka (sagrađena u drugoj polovici 16. stoljeća), crkva Svetog Mihajla (sagrađena 1463.). Osim toga, u Jelsi možete pronaći i jedan od najvećih najljepših parkova u Dalmaciji , park Perivoj, izgrađen 1870. godine.
For more photographs and information about Jelsa, visit my previous posts: 
From Jelsa you an also enjoy the view of Croatia costal lights. When it gets dark, you can see the lights of Makarska city shining in the distance. You can also see island Brač. As I pointed out, the views here are really great. That is one of the things I like about island Hvar. It offers  amazing views and panoramas in all directions.  You can have your pick!

My first hiking outfit proposal was quite sporty, all about those chunky sneakers and active wear. My second outfit proposal is less sporty and a bit more casual combo of jeans, boots and a green tartan puffer jacket. I also added in a shawl (here I tied it like an oversize scarf but it is really more a shawl then a scarf because it is very wide- and that's the difference between a scarf and a shawl I believe). Sometimes when I'm hiking I like to wear boots. Here you can read my post about how to dress feminine in winter even when you're going hiking. Anyhow, both of these outfits are composed of items I had for a long time. I don't have time to link them all up right now, but you have probably seen them on my blog so perhaps there is no need for me to link them just to prove the obvious. 
If you want to be healthier or get back into shape and are looking for some inspiration, perhaps the health benefits of walking and hiking can be the motivation you need to get back on track. Indeed, there are many health benefits of going for a walk in the nature. Some of the benefits of going for a walk in nature can include:
1. Digital detox and resting our eyes:
Resting our eyes from the screens is pretty important and what better way to do it than by taking in some beautiful landscape in?
2. Physical activity and exercise:
A slow walk is appropriate even for the elderly and chronically ill. Physical activity is an important aspect of overall health preservation and maintenance. 
3. No noise often means less stress:
Resting our ears might be as important as resting our eyes. Don't underestimate the effect of silence. In addition, nature sounds like the sound of the creek or the bird song can have a relaxing effect on many. 
4. Fresh air: therapy for our lungs
Fresh air is obviously beneficial for our lungs and overall health. Spending time outdoors can lower the changes of depression.
5. Inspiration and mental relaxation
Nature can be a great way to find inspiration. This doesn't only apply to artists or people working in creative field. A change of scenery is a good way to change our routine, which in turn can also mean a lower chance of developing depression. Walking can have a positive influence on our mental health.

What do you like to do during weekends? Do you like to go out for a walk? Do you enjoy psychical activity and exercise? Do you believe that spending time outdoors can be beneficial for our health. Do you have some area you enjoy hiking in? Do you have any hiking recommendations to share? What does your typical weekend look like? Do you have a weekend routine or do you like to improvise? Does it ever seem to you that the weekend flies by too fast? Do you have any tips for making it seem longer? I think it is good to take some time for ourselves. Even if there are many chores that we have to do during our weekend, just taking half an hour for ourselves can make them feel less overwhelming. Well, that would be all. 
That would be all for today. As always, thank you for your feedback, visiting and comments, they are always appreciated.You can see some of my art prints and posters inspired by Adriatic here and here


  1. What a beautiful place. Love it.

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  3. It looks like a beautiful spot for a hike and I like your casual athleisure outfit - comfortable clothes are just what you need for hiking! :)

    Hope that you are having a lovely weekend :) It's rainy here but the rain is so welcome!

    Away From Blue

    1. yes, I imagine that the rain is very welcome, especially with the fire situation and everything.

  4. Jelsa looks like a gorgeous place to visit. Great comfy looks! Silence is a beautiful thing. Usually I have music playing while working but sometimes I will be working for 2 hours straight before I realize I am not listening to anything.

  5. Amazing place and you look stunning :)
    Hi... Would you like to follow each other?

  6. I love your outfit - it looks super comfortable. The history behind the city is amazing. So cool that the churches have been built so many centuries ago. I just went on a hike earlier today and totally feel those benefits. Happy New Year!

    Nancy ♥

  7. Your outfits for hiking are perfect!! It looks so comfortable and I really love that light pink jacket <3
    That blue, yellow, and green t-shirt is also cute.
    I would love to hike, too!!


  8. Both of your outfits look super comfy for hiking, and what an enchanting place you are taking us to!
    I love port towns and villages, and this one is particularly picturesque surrounded by green hills and unspoiled nature. I'm with you on the health benefits of hiking. We have done very little hiking lately as the weather hasn't been cooperative. How lucky you seem to be with yours! xxx

    1. yes and I'm making the most of the weather for one never knows when the rainy days will come.

  9. Good outfit for activities. You have beautiful weather. I am looking forward to spring. I wish you all the best and wonderful travels in the new year!!!

  10. I like the casual look stunning and looks a great place!

  11. It's so beautiful!! Would love to sit here and watch the water. And perfect outfits for this place too, as I would like to splash the water and sit. I really enjoy all the places you take us, I want to see them myself, maybe one day!! I hope you have a great week ahead my dear x

  12. Beautyful photos! Thank you very much for the tipps.
    xoxo Nadine

  13. Oh my, what a peaceful place! I would love to visit it right now and enjoy the solitude.
    You took some stunning pictures :)
    Lots of love ♥ January Girl

  14. Looks amazing and they have a great style! Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo, Vanessa


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