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I was on sailing in Croatia this summer and I spent a day on the island. The best way to get to know national park is on bike. You can rent it anywhere. A bike trail goes around two beautiful lakes which are connected with...More
Mljet is the greenest Croatian island, and that's not the only attractive thing about it, but salt water lakes as well. Unfortunately we couldn't spend a lot of time there, but the 4 or 5 hours we were at national park were very relaxing even...More
We docked in Pomena for the afternoon and decided to hire bicycles to cycle in the national park. You can hire them in two locations or at the dock or at the lakes (where the bridge is between the two lakes)
We took a ferry over and spent more than half a day cycling around. We didn't cycle around the entire place as we were quite lazy. We found a very nice and beautiful spot to lay out our picnic mat and food. A very nice...More
Although the park covers a huge area, it’s the lakes that are the popular bit and the paths around the lakes are great for walking and cycling – there’s a nice easy, fairly flat, 8km loop round the big lake. You can rent kayaks and...More
We have visited National park as a family of three. Be aware, there is a free bus from the entrance to the lakes but nobody tell you that. İt is a steep road with traffic. İnstead we rented the bikes from the entrance town, based...More
Mljet Island is a nice get away and spend time easy hiking in the National Park. Small island with Church of St Mary and a monestary. You can have a swim, snack or drink in out door cafes. Easy access from small boats.
High entrance fee to see what? We took a swim in the lake and looked for the shells but could not see any. Not very clear water. A lot of waiting for the ferry to the small island. Not very much to see and do....More
We loved it here. You can walk it or bike it. Easy to navigate. Cheap entrance especially considering what you get and what they do with the money. The boat trip to the island I wouldn’t say is necessary, we would go back to the...More