Boat Excursion to Paklinski Islands
Time: May 24, 2018, from 15:00 to 18:00.
Place: Meeting point at 14:45 in front of Hotel Pharos.
Note: Dress according to weather conditions and take your swimwear with you (sea temperature should be well above 20°C). A typcial Dalmatian snack (prosciutto and cheese), water and wine will be provided on the boat. Take appropriate sun protection with you.
The excursion includes sailing around the labyrinth of Pakleni islands with stops at three venues, Mline bay, Palmižana bay and St. Klement, with an opportunity for a swim in the sea as turquoise as paradise itself.
Boat: The traditional cruising ship “Joan” is 17.5m long and 5 m wide with a capacity of 80 people on two decks. The upper deck is open and it is suitable for sunbathing and the first deck is covered and it has shade when you need it. In the case of bad weather, the first deck is also equipped with plastic awning. The vessel is equipped with all necessary safety, navigation and other equipment for a safe and comfortable stay at sea.
Photo by Karel Hrdina
About Paklinski Islands: The Pakleni or Paklinski islands (about twenty islets) are located right opposite of the city 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. This archipelago is the most beautiful part of the Hvar riviera and has numerous bathing places and a myriad of small, secluded bays with crystal clear sea.