Mljet, Dubrovnik

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Address: Mljet, Croatia

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Perched scenically amidst the harbors of Polace and Pomena, Mljet is a national park that draws several visitors in the months of summer. But it is only the northern part of this island that is the National Park and not the whole island. Owing to its vegetation, this island is considered to the Adriatic region’s most beautiful island along with being the “most wooded” one. The island offers several activities for visitors including leisurely strolls, swimming in its salt water lakes and even a hike, which is in fact quite a tough one stretching at some 9-odd kilometers, nevertheless bequeathing you with surreal views of the adjoining terrains!

How To reach Mljet by Public Transport

  • By Rented car.
  • By ferry

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  • Beautiful island : if you like hiking, swimming in transparent waters, piece and quiet, sunsets, beaches or even fishing... this is the place for you.

  • An iconic and unspoiled place. It's really cheap and the few hostels and apartments are perfect. In order to enter to the lakes from Pomena, there is a guy asking for tickets. My advice; he is not there the whole time, so if you don't want to pay, just wait until he leaves. Also where some water shoes, because there are always rocks on the beach.

  • Special place on Earth. Green paradise

  • We spent a day here and our only regret was that we didn't stay overnight so we could have longer on the island. We rode bikes through the national park. Wish we could have explored the rest.

  • No transport, locals don't care about tourists, fairly rude. The nature is pretty beautiful but there's plenty of places like that in the surrounding islands with better infrastructure that are more suitable for tourists.

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