Red Rocks Tour (Milna – Zarace – Dubovica – Red rocks – Sveta Nedelja (Wine tasting) – Pakleni islands (Mlini – Palmizana) – Full Day
10:00 AM (Check in is 15 minutes before departure time)
The closest village only 4 km from Hvar town on the southern seashore of the island, is a small Milna village. (don’t confuse this village with Milna on Brac island). It’s nested in a well sheltered cove with several pebble beaches. Besides the beautiful beaches, Milna offers few restaurants with daily fresh fish, homemade olive oil and good local wine. If you are looking for a quite place far from the summer crowds, this tiny village is a perfect place for families with kids.
Not far from Milna village, there is Zarace village, 6 km from Hvar. On the rocky cliffs stands this small scenic settlement with two deep coves with pebble beaches, Velo Zarace (Big) on the east and Malo Zarace (Small) on the west side. The beaches under imposing rocky cliffs are true beauties. The village has several restaurants. The picturesque seashore is the perfect place for underwater fans.
The favorite Hvars ecxursion spot situated 8 km eastern form Hvar town, with a large pebble beach and wonderful underwater areas. Like a Milna, Dubovica also has a long “getaway” tradition. There is a restaurant there…
After Dubovica and Pišćena we visit Crvene stijene (Red rocks) a natural phenomenon of vertically disintegrated reddish cliffs which steeply drop into the sea. The unusual play of the natural force of the sea and rain has left its mark in the layers of limestone creating an impressive masterpiece of nature. Here you will be able to jump from boat and cliff or swim and snorkel.
The settlement and excursion spot is 12 km away from Hvar to the east. There are nice beaches along the shore as well as restaurants and pansions.
Mlini beach is well-loved but only by the few people that know of it – it’s a hidden gem on an otherwise busy Pakleni island. We’ll reach a bay of extremely clear water, a traditional stone-built restaurant and a beautiful pebble coast line shaded by the pine forest that dominates the island.
Today, Palmizana stands as the most popular and the largest bay within the Pakleni islands allowing you to enjoy a combination of natural, unspoilt beaches and beautifully designed restaurants and bars. These beachside hideouts let you enjoy the freshest seafood possible alongside cocktails and wines – a great pick-me-up for when you’re feeling exhausted from travelling. There are endless restaurants and even an art gallery so Palmizana is well-equipped to look after you on your trip out from the main town.