You can reach ACI Marina Palmižana by calling VHF17.
ACI Marina Palmižana or Port of Palmižana is located in its namesake bay on the northeastern coast of Sv. Klement (St. Clement), the largest of the Pakleni Islands. It is one of many islands in the unique Paklinski archipelago renowned for its beauty. Hidden in one of the safest bays in the Adriat
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ACI Marina Palmižana is located in Hvar Island.
Hvar is one of the most visited islands in Croatia. The buzz of this place is charming and continuous. The shores are lined with luxury yachts and fun-loving people roam the island night and day. Hvar has a fame for attracting VIP's and luxury yacht owners. So, it goes without saying that the marinas in Hvar are some of the best in Croatia. Five-star accommodation, elite restaurants and breathtaking views are part of Hvar's appeal.
The island is well-provided with fine berth booking facilities. The berths in Hvar are famous for their luxury service and beautiful setting. Berth booking in Hvar is one of our specialties and we can easily book marina reservations in Hvar for you. Instant booking for berths in Hvar is available at ACI Marina Palmižana, ACI Marina Vrboska. Below, you can see more recommendations of our best marinas in Hvar.
Hvar is a fabulous display of beautiful surroundings and cozy towns. This picturesque island has been inhabited since ancient times by the Greeks. The safest and oldest port on the island, Stari Grad is a testimony of those times. The town of Stari Grad started being inhabited by Greeks around the year 300 BC. The remains of their civilization are today exhibited in the Stari Grad Museum, which, in its turn, is a piece of architectonic jewelry. Another attraction in Stari Grad is the Tvrdalj, a formidable fortified residence built in the Renaissance style by the poet Peter Hektorović.
The other main attraction on the island is the town of Hvar where you can visit numerous historical sites. The landmark of the town is the great 16th century fortress overlooking it. If you climb up there, do take your camera as the panoramic view is spectacular. Hvar's cathedral, the theater, the Franciscan and Dominica monasteries are other must-see spots of this emblematic medieval town.
The fun never ceases in Hvar. If you're here to party, you'll find it hard to choose a place because there are far too many options. So, book a berth in Hvar, leave your vessel in good hands and rush to one of the following clubs in the town of Hvar: Pink champagne, Carpe Diem, Veneranda, If all you want is a cold beer and a snack, in a fancy or laidback atmosphere, check out some of Hvar's best bars such as Hula Hula Beach Bar, Atelier, Archie's Bar, Kiva.
If you are looking for a relaxing getaway, there are plenty places to go to. Apart from its urban settlements, the island is a quiet stretch of land covered by pine trees and lavender fields. The villages on the island will welcome you in their traditional tavernas. A genuine experience you can enjoy here is the celebration of the patron's day in Humac.
Natural beauty never ceases to impress in Hvar. The beaches here are bathed by crystal-clear waters, in idyllic locations. Some of the best beache sin Hvar are Dubovnica (located near Stari Grad), Lucisca (close to Sveta Nedjelja, considered one of the most beautiful on the island), Grebisce (in Jesla, a popular sandy beach), the gravel beaches in Milna, Zavala, Ivan Dolac, the beaches in Hvar (Amfora, Sirena), the secluded beaches in Brusje.
Another attraction you should visit is the Grapčeva špilja, one of the most impressive caves in the Mediterranean. This cave dates back since the Neolitic age and, inside, you can admire intricate stalactites and stalagmites. The place where you can depart from in order to reach this cave with an organized tour is the lovely town of Jelsa. Here, you can also stop for some sightseeing and a nice lunch at the local restaurants or tavernas.
Hvar's cuisine includes numerous fish recipes, accompanied by tasty side dishes. The fresh local products, nice ambience of waterfront restaurants and select wines will make each dinner in Hvar truly special. There is one dish you shouldn't miss out on if you visit the island of Hvar: gregada. This typical dish is a fish stew, enhanced with the finest and freshest vegetables: onions, olives, garlic and potatoes.
Hvar is an ideal destination for adventure seekers. Once your boat is safely anchored in one of the marinas in Hvar, you can begin your quest for adrenaline. A diving session is a must-do and there are numerous locations around Hvar where you can indulge in this passion. One of the best experiences is diving at the wreck of the ship Paulina.
Entering ACI Marina Palmizana. To the north, in front of the entrance is the rock called Baba, which is visible only during low tide. The rock is marked by a lighthouse (Fl (2) 10s 7m 4M) fixed on a black-red-black stand with two globes. Because of the width of the rock one should keep clear of it. The very entrance to the marina is marked by an “ACI” sign board.
When approaching from Cape Pelegrin, one should steer towards the Baba rock. The same can also be used as a way point when approaching from the town of Hvar, but on that route one should keep clear of the islet of Gojca.
ACI marina Palmižana can be entered from the south as well, through the passage between the islands of Borovac and St. Klement where the sea depth is less than 5m. The latter passage is not lighted.
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