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Pakleni Islands

Opposite Hvar, Hvar, Hvar Island, Croatia
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Opposite Hvar, Hvar, Hvar Island, Croatia
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Reviewed yesterday

We made a boat trip to most of the Pakleni Islands. Definitely recommend it to anyone who loves, cristall clear, turquoise Water.

Thank Levi D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We ventured here for the day and it didn't disappoint! Untouched coves and loads of places to swim which give you the feeling of having the entire island to yourself! Take plenty of water but grab food at the restaurants. Most mains are about 80Kuna...More

Thank mike m
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Pakleni or Paklinski islands are located opposite the entrance to the Hvar-city harbour. The names from west to ist: Mali Vodnjak, Veli Vodnjak, Travna, Lengva, Parzanj, Borovac, Sv. Klement, Dobri otok, Skojic od Vlake, Stambedar, Plocica, Gojica, Baba, Borovac, Skojic od Mlina, Marinkovac, Planikovac,...More

Thank Biserka Z
Reviewed 1 week ago

Imagine a cluster of deserted (or almost deserted) islands with a set of coves with clear, calm waters and where only cicadas are heard in the summer. And that these islands are 10 minutes away in a small boat that you can rent in Hvar,...More

Thank João F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hired a boat for the day from Hvar and had an amazing time on our own two couples exploring the island. If you don't have a boat license you can hire a skipper for 50 euros. You get more on your own rather than...More

Thank AussieMuldoons
Reviewed 1 week ago

I really like Jerolim island- a tiny gem with varied places for bathing, loads of shade near the water and great flat rocks for sunbathing, gorgeous turquoise sea and that "away from it all " feeling. Cocktails not bad either !!

Thank lucyabear77
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great islands and the couple of restaurants are vv good. Only downside are all the rich kids in their yachts !

Thank wahey_nes
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This island is a waste of time to visit. We were sold the tour as 20mins at a lagoon (spent 2 hours there), 3 hours at Palmizana with access to the 'wonderful sandy beach' of which we were shown a photo (had 2 hours there...More

Thank Siriol S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's a nice place, similar to other islands of Croatia. But there are many of boats and people, so it's not my favorite.

2  Thank Miha B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

These islands are easily reached by ferry boat from Hvar Port. Return tickets are only about £6. We visited a few - Mlini beach was our favourite. We hired a cabana and chilled. There is fab food available by the beach, grilled prawns & chicken...More

1  Thank Deb01212205
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18 June 2017|
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Response from Jane M | Reviewed this property |
You could cahrter charter a private taxi and they will take you where you want
Erika S
17 May 2017|
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Response from davesailorCA | Reviewed this property |
Totally agree with Aditya100. Palenki islands are not really worth visiting unless you want an after-party club that is open until 4am on a small island with an unremarkable beach. Much better to spend your time... More
25 April 2017|
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Response from Ian R | Reviewed this property |
The season will have started so pretty much everything will be open. Suggestions would be - hire your own small boat and tour around the different Pakleni islands for a day - you may even want to do it twice. Don't park... More