Escape the crowds and immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters, untouched nature and breathtaking views that await you on the Paklinski Islands.
Located just off the coast of Hvar, this stunning archipelago comprises of 21 small islands and islets, each offering a unique and unforgettable experience.
Exploring the hidden bays and coves of the Paklinski Islands is a must-do activity for anyone visiting the islands. With 21 small islands and islets to explore, there are endless opportunities to discover secluded beaches, hidden bays, and secret coves that are not accessible by road.
One of the most popular bays to visit is the Palmižana Bay, located on the island of Sveti Klement. With its turquoise waters and lush greenery, this bay is a true paradise for nature lovers. You can also visit the Mlini beach, which is located in a picturesque cove surrounded by pine trees and features a small waterfall.
The cuisine of the Paklinski Islands is influenced by the Mediterranean tradition, with an emphasis on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. The islands are known for their seafood, and you can find delicious dishes made with freshly caught fish, shellfish, and octopus in the local restaurants and taverns.
To complement your meal, make sure to sample the local wines, such as the Plavac Mali, a red wine made from the grape variety of the same name, which is grown on the island of Hvar. The islands also produce a variety of other wines, including white and rose, which are perfect for sipping on a hot summer day.