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Sveti Klement
Ranked #18 of 61 things to do in Hvar
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Reviewed September 21, 2017 via mobile

We arrived by taxi boat to the island and stopped off in the main bay for a while before going to explore the walking trail towards Vlaka which I would definitely recommend! We did not reach Vlaka which was around 2 miles away but stopped off in a quiet bay (we were the only ones there) for a swim and a Snorkel before catching the last boat back at 6pm

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Reviewed September 7, 2017

The Restaurant is on an island close to Hvar ,( there are also bedrooms) and I believe collection by boat can be arranged .The bay is quite sheltered on the western side and spending the night at anchor is comfortable. There were buoys but due to some local political dispute they were removed.
The setting is wonderful the building is beside olive groves and vines. The service was excellent and appeared to be owner managed. we had salad to start and then a plate of assorted fresh fish , caught by the local fishermen . The fishermen were cleaning and preparing the fish behind the kitchen as we approached.
The fish was well prepared and very tasty and the local white wine was quite acceptable , @ 60 Kuna for a litre , good value. The whole experience was very friendly and welcoming , I would recommend a visit.

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Reviewed October 12, 2016

Palmizana was one of my favourite places, and a must do if you are on Hvar. It is a quiet and heavenly antidote to the bustle of Hvar town-- a little piece of heaven.

There are many trails to explore the beautiful botanical gardens on the island, and it is very easy to walk from one side to the other of the island.

The nice beach in a large cove is an excellent place for swimming and sunbathing, though water shoes are recommended for the pebble beach. Behind the sea wall are a number of excellent interconnected outdoor restaurants with incredible views over the water under the shade of olive trees etc.

3  Thank DebKToronto
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Reviewed October 2, 2016 via mobile

We got the taxi boat from Hvar over to the Marina at Palmizana. It was 60 kunas each for a return and the last boat was at 6.
Lots of people walked just across the island to the beach bars there.
We went on a walk along the island to see a bit more of it. There was a clear well marked walking trail along the island to Vlaka. It is aprox 3km. The trail was marked with red dots with a white circle in the centre. The island was green and lovely to walk through with birds, lizards, butterflies and wild rosemary bushes. I would say wear walking shoes or trainers as the path is quite rockey.
We tried to go further than Vlaka but the path became hard to follow so we turned back.
There is another beach at Vlaka and there was kayacks to hire there and sunbeds.
We went swimming at Tarsce bay which was really peaceful with no bars. The beach is still pebbly but we had it to ourselves. Swim shoes are advisable as the beach is rockey and there were lots of sea urchins.
It was a lovely relaxing day on a different island.

3  Thank Sarah H
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Reviewed August 19, 2016

We hired a boat and went to Vlaka. This was the best beach we found and as deserted. Definitely worth hiring a boat for.
The restaurant was a hike but lovely.

1  Thank Charlievinning
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