the island of Hvar
Jerolim and Stipanska naturist beaches
most popular beaches of the town Hvar are situated on the
Pakleni islands. The name of this tiny archipelago (about
twenty islets right opposite the town of Hvar) which extends
undulating along the south side of Hvar comes from the word
"paklina" (melted pine resin for 'rasping' boat plating).
This archipelago is the most beautiful part of the Hvar
Pakleni islands have numerous bathing places and a myriad
of small, secluded beaches.
The most popular naturist ones are:
- On the island of Jerolim (named after a 15th-century church
which has since disappeared), directly opposite Hvar town,
there is a well-known and long-established naturist beach,
equipped with showers and a shop. Restaurant: Jerolim. The
busiest area is around jettie but further away one can find
many isolated places. A boat runs several times a day from
Hvar harbor. Boats are leaving at about every half hour
or so from 9am-1pm, returning at half hour intervals between
4pm and 6pm. Same goes for Stipanska. For further islands
(Palmizana) boats are leaving hourly in the morning.
- This beach, located on the island of Marinkovac, part
of Paklina archipelago, is reserved for naturists, equipped
with showers and a shop. Restaurant: Stipanska. A boat runs
several times a day from Hvar harbor. Mlin beach, next to
the Stipanska beach, the island of Marinkovac.
- is a spacious cove with a shallow sandy beach. Palmizana
is situated on Veliki otok (Big Island).
On Palmizana you can freely cast your clothes away
nudism has a tradition on Palmizana, where you can be undisturbed
in one of the island's many lonely coves.
You have an organized transfer by taxi boats from the port