Stari Grad (Hvar - Pharos) is a town and a harbor at the end of the four nautical mile long bay on the northern side of the island of Hvar. Stari Grad is surrounded with vineyards, olive-groves and pine tree forest. Chief occupations include farming, viniculture, olive growing, fruit growing, grapes processing, fishing and tourism. Stari Grad is a modern tourist center. A variety of accommodation facilities (hotels, apartments, rooms, camps and bungalows), domestic specialties offered in restaurants and wine cellars and sports and recreational opportunities (tennis, basketball, football and bocce including water sports surfing and diving) attract many visitors. The summer months offer numerous cultural and sports events: The Summer of Stari Grad, concerts, recitals and shows. Surrounding sea is well-known for its rich fish world, and the beaches are rocky, concrete and pebble. Smaller beaches are located in the coves inside the bay, and the underwater fishing is possible along the northern coast of the bay.