Jelsa, Croatia takes advantage of wharf collapse to renovate entire harbor

After a wharf at the harbour of Jelsa on the island of Hvar, Croatia unexpectedly collapsed at the end of March last year, its reconstruction has finally begun.

The next step is the provision of all necessary project documents and application for the concession for a period of 20 to 30 years, which is expected to happen by April next year.

The total investment will be worth as much as 14 million kuna”, Jelsa Mayor Nikša Peronja said, adding that everything should be completed by 15 June 2016 at the latest.

With the implementation of this truly complex project, Jelsa would become the only place in the Mediterranean with as many as four breakwaters, with beautiful beaches and promenades, and it would get an architecturally beautifully designed bay, especially well protected, with as many as 180 nautical berths.

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