Visit the national park of Mljet from Dubrovnik
The most beautiful and the greenest of all the Adriatic islands, one of the most attractive and most interesting cultural-historical pearls of the Mediterranean. Mljet is one of the favourite places visited by couples in love, nature and history lovers, and artists.
Island of Mljet is one of Croatia's National Parks. It will take you just an hour and a half to get to this thin strip of land some 32 km long and never more than 3 km wide dramatically running parallel to the Pelješac peninsula.
The most visited part of the Island is the green and unspoiled west, where untouched Mediterranean vegetation and two saltwater lakes (Malo jezero – Small lake and Veliko jezero – Big lake) provide the focus of the Mljet National Park.
Both lakes are encircled by foot-and cycle paths. Feel free to swim in the lakes. A boat from Veliko jezero will take us to a picturesque St. Mary's Island, where you will be rewarded by a stunning view of the monastery established by the Benedictines in the 12th century.
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The concern for comfort and the quest for optimum ergonomics can be seen in all of the minor details that make such a difference onboard: a wider sidedeck to port to facilitate access forward, integrated steps enabling the crew to pass from the cockpit to the flybridge in total safety. The latter includes two seats for the pilot and co-pilot, an L-shaped deck saloon with a round table and a vast sunbathing area. The choice of materials - the wood as well as the sophisticated fabrics – is particularly appreciable in the comfortable and very well-lit saloon. The motorboat’s exceptional level of comfort can also be seen in the vast owner’s cabin forward.
Destination & Suggested Itinerary
- Meet your captain at 9 am
- Heading to Miljet, enjoying the beatifull surroundings of Croatia's coast
- Visit Malo jezero and Veliko jezero with time to swim and relax
- Visit St. Mary's Island
- Go back to boat and return to Dubrovnik