For those who love nature, the island of Mljet is an inevitable place on the Adriatic. It is one of the Adriatic islands that are particularly characterized by natural beauty. It has an area of about 100 km2 and about 70% of the area is covered by forests. In addition to the forest, there are fields of grapes and olives.
The island has no big settlements, and visitors can enjoy the pure unspoiled nature which can be rarely seen, with all the richness of flora and fauna. The most area of the island is included in the Mljet National Park, within there are several smaller villages, the Great and the Little Lake, and Benedictine monastery on the small island of St. Mary. The island was mentioned in some documents back to the 4th century BC, and throughout history it was a sanctuary to many sailors as a place to stop and rest on their journeys.
Historical sites on the island are the remains of a fortress from the Illyrian period, the remains of St. Paul’s church from the time of early Christianity, the Roman Palace, the Rector's Palace in Babino Polje and many others. For transfers to Mljet use our service at best rates.