Mljet National Park

In the Mljet National Park, you will discover one of the rare natural phenomena’s – the two saltwater lakes, among other natural and cultural attractions. Mljet was declared a national park in the 1960’s and it represents the first institutionalized attempt to protect an original ecosystem in the Adriatic. The walking possibilities on the island are endless and you will find some incredible archaeological remains of great historical and cultural value, such as a Roman palace in Polace from the 3rd century.

St. Marija monastery on litle island in national park Mljet, Croatia

Explore the island by foot

In Mljet National Park, you will see one of the rare natural phenomenons – the two saltwater lakes, among other natural and cultural attractions. Mljet was declared a national park in the 1960 and it represents the first institutionalized attempt to protect an original ecosystem in the Adriatic. The walking possibilities on the island are endless and you will find some incredible  archaeological remains of great historical and cultural value, such as a Roman palace in Polacefrom 3rd century.

Adriatic landscape panorama on island Mljet, Dubrovnik archipelago, Croatia.

Take a bicycle ride around the park

Both lakes are encircled by well-marked paths and  you can cycle along the pleasant, shaded footpaths.  You can rent a bicycle in Pomenam, Polace and at Mali, an excellent way to discover this beauty spot. Join our group tours of the island or explore the dramatic scenery at your own pace. Contact us for further details.

Kayaking in Mjet, Croatia

Go Sea Kayaking to hidden beaches

For the more adventurous, there is no better way to explore the stunning island of Mljet and its National Park, than by kayak. Take a journey back in time to the unspoiled landscape and admire the clear blue waters of this majestic island. Travel within a group, escorted  by one of our friendly guides. This is true paradise! Contact us for further details.