Pakleni islands

Interesting
This little archipelago is made up of three islands to which boats from Hvar organise daytrips. The largest and most developed is St Clement and its hamlet of Palmizana, which is very popular because of its restaurants, marina, flat rocks and beach. Next is Marinkovac, less visited and more unspoilt and finally, Jerolim, the closest of the Paklenis. During the Middle Ages, Franciscan monks produced salt here and today its coast is reserved for naturists.

Useful information

Opening hours

[By boat from Hvar port, departures in the morning 9am-noon, return in the late afternoon]

Nearby tourist attractions

St Stephen's Square
St Stephen's Square
The main square, in front of the
15 minutes
Franciscan monastery
Franciscan monastery
This monastery occupies an idyllic site
60 minutes
Hvar coastal path
Hvar coastal path
This coastal path runs alongside the
Hvar Theatre
Hvar Theatre
This theatre, built in 1612 above the
15 minutes
Spanish fortress
Spanish fortress
This fort built in the 16C with the
90 minutes
Dubovica beach
Dubovica beach
A stony path leads down between the
240 minutes
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Hvar coastal path
Hvar coastal path
This coastal path runs alongside the
Dubovica beach
Dubovica beach
A stony path leads down between the
240 minutes
Island of Hvar
Island of Hvar
The island of Hvar stretches out for
240 minutes
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