Mljet’s principal attraction is this national park covering the western third of the island. The majority of visitors first head for the salt-water lakes of Veliko and Malo Jezero, linked by a channel of water. Malo Jezero is safe for children and its water is quite warm. Veliko Jezero is connected to the Adriatic and has tidal flows – make sure you know which way the current is going and don’t get swept out. In its centre is the islet of St Mary, with the church of the same name and a 12th-century monastery. An hourly boat links with the little bridge on Malo Jezero or you can hire a small canoe.
|Venue name:||Mljet National Park|
Main office: Pristanište 2, Govedjari
|Opening hours:||Summer season 8am-8pm daily. Winter season only via prior arrangement.|
|Price:||Off season: Adults 70kn, Group 60kn, Children (7-18) and Students 50kn, Group of children or students 40kn, Children under 7 FREE. Season: 125kn-110kn-70kn-60kn-FREE|