About a 45-minute trek from Hvar town towards Milna on a path along the sea, Robinson – without electricity or water (hence the name) – sits on a secluded bay prized by sailboats. (If you would prefer, call Domagoj, owner, chef and waiter, to set you up with a boat.) After you get to the spot you put in your order then take a swim in water even bluer than usual because the beach stones are bleached white. The beach empties when Domagoj calls for lunch and a beer under a thatched roof. Specialities of the hut include gregada, pašticada, brodetto, grilled fish, lobster, lamb and octopus salad. What he doesn’t catch or grow there is boated over every day.