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Mljet National Park
In the Mljet National Park, discover one of the rare natural phenomena’s – the two tranquil 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.
Mljet National Park At A Glance
Flight Time from the UK to Dubrovnik 2hours 30mins
Average Population of Mljet 1,100
What to See in Mljet National Park Tour the natural wonderland on foot, Cycle around the park, Discover beautiful hidden beaches,
Towns & Islands to Visit near Mljet National Park Dubrovnik, Sipan, Ston, Korcula, Brac, Cavtat,
Cruises that visit the Mljet National Park
Deluxe Balcony7 Days2020-04-25 / 2020-10-10From $2,789.72 per person
Superior7 Days2020-05-02 / 2020-10-10From $2,348.08 per person
Deluxe7 Days2020-04-25 / 2020-10-10From $2,495.29 per person
Things to do in Mljet National Park
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.
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.
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.
Hotels in Dubrovnik (close to Mljet National Park)
Hotel More, Dubrovnik
Overlooking Lapad Bay from its cliffside perch, the luxurious Hotel More features 40 rooms and 7 suites with lavish touches like marble bathrooms and sumptuous linens. Many have private balconies with sea or garden views, and suites come equipped with outdoor hot tubs. Enjoy private access to the sparkling blue Adriatic from a terrace along the rocky shore, an indoor and outdoor pool with an open Jacuzzi on the 5 th -floor, and the unique ‘Cave Bar,’ a hidden natural stalactite-filled cave, often found among Top 10 lists for the world’s coolest bars. Look forward to upscale dining on traditional Mediterranean and international fare, served in an intimate space that extends onto a magnificent terrace.
Hotel Kompas, Dubrovnik
Located on the beachfront overlooking the glistening blues of Lapad Bay, the traditional Hotel Kompas hosts 173 rooms that are just steps from the city’s famous palm-tree lined promenade and tranquil pebble beach. The minimalist all-white interiors feature bright, airy spaces with contemporary furnishings and floor-to-ceiling windows that welcome in the sunshine while providing endless sea views. Guests can also take advantage of a decadent spa and wellness center with a full menu of indulgent experiences, and an outdoor pool with a boutique poolside bar. The rooftop bar is ideal for sipping exotic cocktails with a backdrop of a colourful sunset, while Sphere restaurant serves delicious local and continental cuisine on its waterside terrace.
Hotel Excelsior, Dubrovnik
This historic five-star hotel boasts an idyllic location that provides stunning views of the city’s medieval walls rising from the Adriatic, just steps from its own private beach. It hosts 158
modern rooms with hand-selected contemporary décor, many featuring expansive balconies with sea or garden views. The 17 suites are all individually designed, with works of art from local artists, spacious living rooms and terraces showcasing spectacular views of Dubrovnik and the sea. There are three restaurants, including Prora’s romantic waterside tables and plenty of ways to relax, including an indoor pool with Jacuzzis, Turkish and Roman baths, a Finnish sauna and an extensive menu of luxury spa treatments.
Grand Villa Argentina, Dubrovnik
The Grand Villa Argentina boasts enviable views from its cliffside perch, including the harbor, Adriatic and Old Town Dubrovnik. It’s a scenic 10-minute walk along the coast to the eastern
entrance into the Old Town, but onsite you’ll find plenty to do, including quiet contemplation in the garden with lavender, rosemary, cypresses and lemon trees, where steps lead to a bathing area with lovely views of the sea and Lokrum islet, and a large outdoor pool with shaded sunbeds. There’s a spa with an indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, massage and more, two
restaurants and a bar. Most of the 127 rooms and 4 suites have balconies and all have tranquil sea or garden views.
Hotel Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik
The Hotel Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is the grande dame of the city’s hotels, an ideal base for exploring the captivating Old Town, located steps from the famous Pile Gate entrance just
outside the ancient city walls. It features 147 large and luxurious rooms and suites with garden, city or sea views, and boasts a storied history. Opened in 1897, it’s hosted many VIPs over the decades, including Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson who stayed in 1936 while touring Europe. Look forward to relaxing in the spa with an indoor glass-ceilinged pool, steam room, sauna and massage treatments, and enjoying the atmospheric leafy restaurant/lounge bar terrace for dining on Mediterranean cuisine under the stars.
Hotel Royal Princess, Dubrovnik
The most luxurious property among the Importanne Resort, the Royal Princess Hotel boasts a serene setting along the coast of Lapad Bay, surrounded by jaw-dropping natural beauty,
including the turquoise Adriatic. Made for discerning travelers, there are 54 Deluxe Suites and 1 Presidential Suite all providing an extraordinary level of comfort, including kitchenettes, large marble bathrooms and private balconies that overlook the sea or the park. The resort has a choice of waterside restaurants, including the Restaurant La Castile with its elegant terrace and impressive wine selection and a bar for sipping refreshing cocktails or coffee in a stylish setting with a sea view. There’s also a full-service spa, indoor and outdoor pools.