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National Park Mljet

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Nationalpark Mljet

The island of Mljet in the south of the Croatian Adriatic is on average just 3 km wide, but 37 km long. The Lastovo National Park, opened in 1960, is located in the northwestern part of the island and covers an area of 5.4 hectares. Admission to the territory of the National Park is subject to charges.

Tickets for Nationalpark Mljet

Tickets for the National Park Mljet can be bought via mySea with Best Price Guarantee. Mljet is over 80% wooded why insiders also speak of the green island. Above all, Mljet is known for its magnificent natural landscape with rugged rocks, crystal clear water and the spectacular coastline. And of course for the two lakes Veliko Jezero and Malo Jezero (Big Lake and Small Lake). On an island in the larger lake stands a former Benedictine monastery, which can be visited.

Polače and Pomena

Visitors who come by their own boat will find various possibilities of mooring in the towns of Polače and Pomena. Pomena is actually little more than a hotel, a few houses and various restaurants on the shore, of which all have created good berthing opportunities for yachts. Especially this idyll is so appealing for recreation-seeking boaters.

Polače is located at the end of a deep bay that provides good shelter. In addition to various restaurants, which also provide berths for your guests, there is a bakery, as well as a small supermarket and a rental station.

Moorings at various restaurant jetties can be booked through mySea.

Below is an overview of moorings and restaurants in the National Park Mljet.