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This dream region is located three hours from Paris, it is not expensive but is little known to the French

Just three hours from Paris, this region offers an idyllic beach that is still little known to French tourists.

À Just three hours flight from Paris, still in the shadow of the most famous European tourist destinations, lies a pearl of the Adriatic unknown to French travelers. They are not the first  hurry there, far from it. However, this region of Europe has everything to please, a few kilometers from much better known tourist towns such as the Italian Adriatic coast and the Dalmatian coast with its famous and (too) frequented Dubrovnik.

This bay and its string of islands looks like a postcard. It still offers very affordable prices compared to the rest of the Mediterranean ;e. A few kilometers from Hvar, the Pakleni Islands archipelago, with Palmizana as the star, is a still confidential destination. But be careful, in July as in ;nbsp;Augustût, they already welcome many small boats while there are few crowds the rest of the year. Visiting it in spring can therefore be an excellent idea.

This dream region is located three hours from Paris, it is not expensive but is little known to the French

Sveti Klement, the largest island in this archipelago, is home to Palmizana, famous for its fine sand beach, a rare treasure on a mostly rocky coast whereù the beaches are more pebbles, small pebbles or large rocks. This beach is distinguished not only by its fine sand but also by its setting. The beach is framed by a forest, composed mainly of pine trees which are very present on this coast but which offer rare shade on this archipelago rocky. Their shade is more than welcome on hot summer days. As a reminder, the mercury can rise very high in Croatia. The crystal clear water, the yachts moored nearby proximity in its small marina and the views of the other islands of the Pakleni archipelago complete the idyllic picture.

Make no mistake, Palmizana is much more than just a beach. The Meneghello family, settled on the island for more than a century, notably created there. a real small open-air botanical garden. She created a unique ecosystem there with tropical plants. Visitors can explore the island à foot,   discover hidden coves é a few steps from the main beach. Palmizana also has a few beachfront restaurants where you can eat. You can taste local specialties. Fresh fish is always on the menu!

Accessibility Palmi┼żana is also a highlight. With regular shuttles from the bustling town of Hvar, located just outside the city. Nearby, visitors can easily combine exploring this tranquil island with the entertainment of one of Croatia's most vibrant cities.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116