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We ssiled into Palace harbor and had a quick lunch at a waterfront pizzeria, rented nice bikes and over the hill to the national park. The bike trail around the 2 saltwater lakes is about 8km and very flat and smooth. Bring your swimwear as...More
Absolutely loved it here. It might not be quite as impressive as Plitvice Lakes, but I actually found it much more beautiful in Mljet as it hadn’t been completely spoilt by hoards of tourists as Plitvice sadly has. This is perhaps as it is on...More
We stayed in Polace and you can buy tickets for the park here 250kuna, for two people, and we could use the tickets for our whole stay of three days.
We walked and cycled around the lake. A decent bike rented in Polace was 100kuna...More
Compared with Dugi Otok or any number of other points of natural beauty interest in Southern Dalmatia, Miljet was just alright. Of course, "alright" in Croatia is still stunning, but there are more interesting places to go and more beautiful things to see.
We stayed in one of the small villages close and rented bikes to go into the park. We cycled for a few hours and then started heading towards a busy spot when all of a sudden a warden jumps out demanding tickets. We didn’t know...More
We went to the lakes with bike. We didn't rent them, because we had our own. It is very nice drive to big lake with stop at the bridge for swimming and some jumping into water. Then we went back and on the boat to...More
Found the Park to be a beautiful place to walk and loved quiet of the Monastery on St Mary's Island in the middle of the Big Lake. Just watch your timings though as we came in on a Gullet quite late in the afternoon and...More
One of the best places we visited in Croatia. Nature at its absolute best. Blue waters, forests, cycling tracks, a small monastery in the middle of the lake - you name it, it is there. One watchout - please do check the times of the...More
We visited in May as part of a walking holiday, liked it so much we came again on our own in June and stayed for 4 nights in Pomena. Entrance price is quite high at approx. £15, but if you are staying locally they will...More
Response from SoleDubrovnik | Reviewed this property |
Hello . In the bay of Pomena you have a hotel ore private roons . check maybe pension Pomena for a room . A lot of bikes to hire there . only 100 meters away from the national park . The island has no cities only inhabitet... More
Hello . In the bay of Pomena you have a hotel ore private roons . check maybe pension Pomena for a room . A lot of bikes to hire there . only 100 meters away from the national park . The island has no cities only inhabitet bays and villages . I'm weekly on the island if you need any information be free too ask on my email . sole.vandamme@yahoo,com