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Villas in Mljet island

Villas in Mljet island

A lush, pine covered island off Dubrovnik coast, with a stunning lake in the national park, many sandy beaches, good food and tranquility

We don't currently have any villas available on Mljet Island. Look at Villas in Ston and Mali Ston. It is an easy ferry crossing from there to Mljet.

Currently, we do not have any accommodation in Mljet island

Mljet island travel guide

A lush, pine covered island off Dubrovnik coast, with a stunning lake in the national park, many sandy beaches, good food and tranquility
A 40 minute ferry journey transports you from Prapratno Cove on the Peljesac peninsula to the nature reserve island of Mljet. The most wooded of Croatia's 1100 islands, Mljet is 30km long and only 3km wide. One third of the island is a national park that contains two lakes that are linked to each other and to the sea. In the centre of the large lake is an island with a Benedictine monastery first established in the 12th century and rebuilt in the Renaissance period. Mljet is best appreciated by walking or cycling through the national park area and by taking the boat service out to the monastery.. There are entry points to the park area at Pomena and Polace. The villages of Prozura and Okulje to the south of Sobra are both on sheltered bays and have delightful water front restaurants/konobas.More information on the Mljet website


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