The places you will visit on this tour are Pakleni islands, Palmižana, Island Vodnjak, Sveti Klement and the city of Hvar.
Pakleni islands - are located right opposite the town of Hvar. The name of this tiny archipelago comes from the word "paklina", which is the pine resin once used to coat ships. The chain of islands is approximately 10 kilometres long, formed of limestone.
Palmižana – is the most famous Hvar tourist resort with a marina. The bay of Vinogradišće on the southern side of the island is encircled with a dense pine tree forest, altogether with plants such as rosemary, among other exotic plants.
Island Vodnjak - is the little island known after its rock called Sika od Vodnjaka, being the most interesting submarine location. Most divers agree it is one of the most beautiful sites in the Mediterranean. The rock consists of several steep cliffs densly overgrown with bushes of gorgonias, being rich in various fish spieces and shells that rely upon the rock.
Sveti Klement - is the largest island of arcipelago Pakleni islands. The coastal part of the island is barren and rocky while parts of the interior are covered in maquis shrubs. It is also a popular place for weddings as many couples from all around the world decide to marry here.
City of Hvar – Every visitor of this ancient city is sure to find his own fraction of tranquillity and magic, so generously offered by this charming place. Strolling along the monuments such as Fortica Fortress, Hvar Cathedral, theatre, Arsenal and Franciscan monastery will lead you through the long history of this city, whose every stone is telling its own old story.
WHAT TO WEAR: comfortable clothes and shoes, hat
WHAT TO BRING: camera, sunglasses, sunscreen
INCLUDED: Transport with comfortable speedboat, captain and crew, water on board, snorkeling gear, water/windproof jackets, insurance, free wi - fi on boat
DURATION: 8 hours
NOTE: Private tours on request.
AVAILABILITY: It is necessary to reserve the excursion at least a day before via e-mail, text message or in person so we can determine the exact hour of departure and number of seats available. All departure times are subject to change depending on weather conditions.