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Where Odysseus and Calypso relaxed
Mljet is an often overlooked pearl among Croatia's islands. This is a forested beauty with breathtaking nature, amazing beaches and long history. Half of the island is protected by a national park offering pine woods, salt lakes and numerous trails for hiking and biking, a tranquil area perfect for exploration and relaxation.
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In ancient times, Mljet was a maritime hub, as attested to by numerous shipwrecks, a medieval monastery, Roman palace, and even older Illyrian fortification and tombs. According to legend, this is even the island where Odysseus lived with Calypso! While you could day trip to Mljet from Dubrovnik, it makes the ideal peaceful getaway for a few days of calm.

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What we love about Mljet


Local Teams Specialist & Senior Adriatic Destination Expert

It might sound surreal, but Mljet, just a short distance from busy Dubrovnik, is all about untouched nature and escaping from civilization. It hosts a national park, two lakes, a lot of greenery, and secluded beaches. It is a perfect place for those who want to relax away from crowds but also for those seeking activities. You can walk or cycle, rent a canoe or kayak, scuba dive, or just swim in the crystal clear sea as a break from soaking up the sun on one of its secluded beaches. What a divine island!


Team Leader for Adriatic Region

When I close my eyes and try to imagine the most perfect place for summer holidays, I see Mljet. It has everything I need: untouched nature, peace and quiet with only the sound of waves and cicadas and crystal blue sea. If you want to relax and enjoy - Mljet is a place to rest your body, mind and soul.


Team Leader for France, Benelux & Switzerland

Mljet is a paradise on earth! It's known as Croatia's greenest island, and there are numerous good reasons that most of the island is protected by a national park. No matter how worried or stressed you are, you can instantly feel healed on Mljet. The natural sites of the island are spectacular and there are many opportunities to enjoy Mljet from different perspectives, whether enjoying long walks, biking, or kayaking. Although doable as a day trip from Dubrovnik, I recommend staying on Mljet overnight.

Where to stay in Mljet

Seaside Hotel in Mljet
Seaside Hotel
If you love the beach, this is the place for you!

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Mljet

How many days should we spend in Mljet?
One night tends to be sufficient, but people often spend two nights in Mljet, to make room for day trips and to enjoy the beautiful nature on the island.
Where is the best place to get some local currency?
The easiest and the safest way to get kunas (HRK) would be withdrawing money from local ATMs. There are few ATMs around Mljet. Try to avoid blue-yellow Euronet ATMs and use only bank-related ATMs. You can also exchange money in post offices and hotel receptions.
Is Mljet safe?
Like any other place in Croatia, Mljet is safe but as in many other tourist destinations, you should be aware of pickpockets.
How can I get around Mljet?
Pomena is quite small and easy to walk around, but island itself is quite big. For shorter distances we recommend walking and biking, but for longer ones either to take a taxi or maybe even rent a small car for few hours which is very popular on the island. There is no public transportation on the island, just one line in the early morning and evening for ferry departures.
What are the working hours of shops, museums etc.?
Shops, green market, souvenir stores open from the early morning until around 8pm but this can vary throughout the season. National park is open from 8am to 8pm but this ca also change throughout the season.
What are the options for people with dietary restrictions and intolerances?
Most of restaurants on the island have vegetarian, vegan, gluten free options. Pescatarians will enjoy Mljet for sure as it very popular for its daily catches.
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