Mljet

Mljet is a pristine secluded piece of the genuine Mediterranean, shrouded in beautiful thick mysterious coniferous forest. The crystal-clear sea enfolds it in deep blue mystery. The easiest way to reach this national park is by ferry or one of the many "charter" boats from Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic and the Mediterranean – which is in its immediate vicinity, as is the Pelješac Peninsula, a wine-growing paradise known throughout the world for hundreds of years as a top wine producing area. The beaches on the island of Mljet are mostly small and medium in size, covered with delicate pebbles, thus, ideal for families and individuals looking for complete peace and romantic isolation. The island nestles sweet water lakes with unparalleled purity in the Mediterranean. Due to traffic being prohibited in the vicinity of the lakes, you can freely enjoy a ten-minute walk through this oasis of peace and tranquility with a strong, impressive scent of centennial cypresses that will hold you with their shady branches, inviting you into their warm summer embrace over and over again.

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Mljet is a pristine secluded piece of the genuine Mediterranean, shrouded in beautiful thick mysterious coniferous forest. The crystal-clear sea enfolds it in deep blue mystery. The easiest way to reach this national park is by ferry or one of the many "charter" boats from Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic and the Mediterranean – which is in its immediate vicinity, as is the Pelješac Peninsula, a wine-growing paradise known throughout the world for hundreds of years as a top wine producing area. The beaches on the island of Mljet are mostly small and medium in size, covered with delicate pebbles, thus, ideal for families and individuals looking for complete peace and romantic isolation. The island nestles sweet water lakes with unparalleled purity in the Mediterranean. Due to traffic being prohibited in the vicinity of the lakes, you can freely enjoy a ten-minute walk through this oasis of peace and tranquility with a strong, impressive scent of centennial cypresses that will hold you with their shady branches, inviting you into their warm summer embrace over and over again.

Culture

Ogigos, Ogigia, Malta, Melita, Mljet: an island of intertwined myths, legends, and historical events. The simplest description of it is calling it an Adriatic pearl, with attributes such as enchanting, fairy-tale, beautiful, enigmatic, wildly forested. Nevertheless, aside from being enchanting with its natural and cultural heritage, Mljet is also known for its stories about Homer's Odyssey, the shipwreck of St. Paul the Apostle, Romans and Illyrians.

Gastronomy

Dalmatian cuisine is known to be healthy, local, sustainable specialties of the southern Adriatic, as well as a multitude of dishes that traditionally originated from Dubrovnik, are what is included in the cuisine of the island. Restaurants and taverns are mostly all family-run for generations, rich in an authentic flavors and aromas. From fish specialties to prosciutto, fresh cheese, premium red wine, and top-quality olive oil, to delicious seafood and lamb, Mljet cuisine will certainly leave a lasting impression on you.

Sport and nature

The island of Mljet is notable for its preservation of vegetation, especially in the western part of the island, on the land of the former monastic estate, where spacious forests of holm oak and Aleppo pine are preserved, rendering them among the most beautiful on the Adriatic coast. The Mediterranean forests that are connected with lakes are an extraordinary natural wealth with valuable cultural and historical facilities protected as a National Park. The Saplunara nad Blaca area on the eastern end of the island is also protected, with its wonderful sandy beaches and a forest of Aleppo pine and pine.

Sports facilities suit the peaceful nature of the island and include all outdoor sports. You can enjoy hiking and running, swimming, diving, paddling or surfing along the exquisite coast powered by moderate warm morning winds.

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