Island of Mljet is one of the most beautiful and forested islands in the Adriatic. Yacht lovers come here to enjoy in untouched nature, the island’s mysticism, olive groves, vineyards, and rich forests.
The easiest way to reach Mljet is to board on your private yacht and cruise from nerby towns. The closes airport is Dubrvnik airport the city where your cruise can initially start.



You have 3 options on where & how you can start your cruise.

The island of Mljet is full of small ports and harbours. You can anchor almost anywhere you like – there are numerous bays owned by restaurants. Mljet is all about untouched nature and escapes from civilization. So whatever you want to do or wherever you want to go, feel free to anchor where your heart desires.

Ports: are usually crowded with lots of people and other ships, yachts & motor sailors. But the locations are best! You step out of the gulet and you are in the heart of the city. If this is what you like, it is perfect. (Your option in Mljet:Polače Harbour, Pomena, Okuklje, Sobra, Kozarica)

On Anchor: this means gulet is on anchor close to the main port and you are transferred from port to gulet with a dinghy/zodiac. Some people find this uncomfortable, and it can be unconvinient for seniors, but some love the adventure. (Your option in Mljet: SaplunaraVeli SkoljProzura.)

Panoramic view of the Prozura bay, island Mljet, Croatia
Monastery at island Mljet in Croatia - travel background


1) Full of untouched nature
2) Home of the National Park
3) Amazing local fish food
4) The first inhabitants came 4000 years ago


National Park Mljet

Mljet National Park is the most important protected area of the Dalmatian south and it is the oldest National Park at the Adriatic. The park covers the western part of the island, which many regards as the most alluring in the Adriatic, full of lush and varied Mediterranean vegetation. The park includes two deep bays which, due to their extremely narrow links with the sea, are aptly named Great Lake and Small Lake.

St. Mary Island

There is a Benedictine monastery with the Church of Saint Mary on this beautiful isle, situated in the southern part of the Great Lake. The monastery was built from 1177 to 1198 initially and later the church. Over the centuries the church changed its appearance under the influence of different styles, the Renaissance and Baroque, but the central part remained Romanesque. The Church of Saint Mary as part of the monastery compound is a single nave Romanesque (Apulian) construction.