Join a full day tour from Dubrovnik and discover one of the most attractive pearls of the Mediterranean. The island of Mljet is the largest island in the Dubrovnik archipelago, an island known for its stories and legends. Learn why the island of Mljet is also called the Green Island, discover the Veliko and Malo Jezero, Benedictine Monastery on the islet of St.Mary and much more.
- Visit one of the most attractive pearls of the Mediterranean, NP Mljet
- Discover the mystic island of olives, vineyards and abundant forests
- Explore the Veliko and Malo Jezero, Benedictine Monastery on the islet of St.Mary
- See the best natural anchorage haven in the Adriatic,the Polače
What will you see?
Secluded and untouched, this mystic island of olives, vineyards and abundant forests is ideal for exploration of flora and fauna as well as for peaceful enjoyment of its beauty and untouched nature.
Greek archives note this island’s existence in the IV century B.C., while numerous amphorae and sunken ships near the Mljet coastline bear witness that Greek seamen dwelled shortly on the island’s shores during their journey.
A pleasant boat ride brings us to Pomena which is today, because of the proximity of the Great and Little Lake, the strongest touristic settlement on the island.
The Mljet National Park encompasses a large area of the island, several settlements and two saltwater lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero, Benedictine Monastery on the islet of St.Mary, while Polače is considered the best natural anchorage haven in the Adriatic.
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From my Definitive Guide to Dubrovnik article:
Not visiting Dubrovnik while in Croatia is the same as traveling to Italy and miss seeing Rome. The town of museums and festivals, the town of taverns and restaurants, the place of a mild Mediterranean climate and wonderful landscapes confirms the famous saying of the Irish writer: “Those who look for a paradise on earth should come to this town.” – Bernard... Read more »