If there is heaven on earth, it surely would feel something like this.
You wake up to the sound of cicadas and the crush waves. Squint a little, you'll see the shimmering of the blue Adriatic sea between the tree branches. You make yourself a cup of coffee in a understated, but totally well-equipped kitchen, maybe with a bowl of granola and some fresh fruits you bought from the local market. A short walk puts you right on a secluded beach, 30m away. One the way to beach you walk past a bakery with freshly baked bread each morning. You can swim, sun bath, rent a kayak, a SUP board, or a boat all from a beach about 100m away. What you do after that is up to your imagination. In a lazy afternoon, you will come to a full appreciation of the genius that is the bed on the balcony. It's a great place from where to channel your inner Romans by dining in recline, take a nap in the afternoon, or sleep at night.
You can cook your own vegetarian meals from the fruit, veg, rice, lentils, all from the local market, with a bottle of local Plavac, which is also better known as Zinfendel in the US, or dine at the nearby restaurant. We never made it to the restaurant in a week because we loved what we cooked from the super fresh local ingredients, not all from Hvar, but nonetheless from the sun-drenched Dalmatia no so far away.
After dinner? Tread the same 30m path again to the beach, lie on your back to take in the wonders of the universe: you can see a zillion stars in the sky - stars, planets, the milky way, airplanes :)). Remember how Carl Sagan used to say "billions and billions of stars"? Yes, they are all there. We hear from Kate that dolphins sometimes come by at night, although we didn't see any from shore.
Jelsa, Hvar and Stari Grad are all within comfortable driving distance away. But Zavala is heaven.