Mljet has a rich history and culture. One-third of the island makes a terrific Mljet National Park. It includes 45 sq km (38 sq miles) of pine forests and turquoise lakes. What to do on Mljet? Walk or bike around the two lakes Malo Jezero (Little Lake) and Veliko Jezero (Big Lake). Walk to the viewpoint on the Northern horn of the island. Find a meal at one of the local restaurants. Hang out at the Mare Beach. Admire the astonishing natural beauty!
Lopud Island is an enjoyable island for people who enjoy a nice walk through the forest. You can navigate from one side of the island to the other via the road in approximately 20 minutes. Although it might not seem very challenging this hike does have a semi-steep part so appropriate shoes are suggested. There’s a wonderful church you can detour and see. If hiking isn’t in your itinerary there’s a taxi service that can get you across in 5 minutes. Another option is to stay at Sunj beach and enjoy the sun, sand, and shallow waters.
Sipan Island is part of the Elaphiti Island Archipelago stretching north of Dubrovnik. Although this group of islands isn’t the largest, they pack hordes of rich Croatian culture in such a little space. You can find lush Mediterranean plants, stone architecture, and a variety of beaches that will captivate any audience. Sipan is the largest of the islands and several restaurants boast they have the best Mediterranean food.
Are you interested in caves? Well, we have the island for you. You can swim inside the Blue Cave of Kolocep. You’ll find a bright blue hue of water below and a dark ceiling above you. The experience of swimming inside is thrilling and is a favorite for our guests. There’s also a lovely sandy beach on the North of the island called Donje Celo. Here you have a spectacular view of the sunset.
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