The island Sveti Klement is the largest of the "Pakleni Otoci".
Its area is 5.27 square kilometers and it has 29.891 km of rocky coasts. A portion of the island, whose highest peak, Glavica, is 94 m high, is covered with scrub and pine woods. The island is surrounded by numerous rocks and shoals that need special attention. Marina ACI Palmizana welcomes sailors whose vessels are less than 12 m long. This island offers numerous bays boaters.
Otok Sveti Klement Pakleni
L'île Sveti Klement est la plus grande des îles de l'archipel Pakleni. Sa superficie est de 5,27 km² et elle a 29,891 km de côtes rocheuses. Une partie de l'île, dont le plus haut sommet, Glavica, fait 94 m de haut, est recouverte de maquis et de bois de pins.
L'île est entourée de nombreux rochers et hauts-fonds auxquels il faut accorder une attention particulière.
La marina ACI de Palmizana accueille les plaisanciers dont les bateaux sont inférieurs à 12 m de long.
Cette île offre de nombreuses baies aux plaisanciers.
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south along the coast. For
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strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...