Mljet isn't known for its nightlife – but a few after-dark drinks never went amiss. You won't be spoilt for choice when it comes to boozing spots, but the island's main bar is a lively, local delight, while those in Saplunara, Sobra, Polače tend to be full of ramshackle charm.
The Mosquito may well be the only real bar on Mljet but it would pass muster in most Adriatic destinations as a quality hang-out day and night. By day, it serves coffee to regulars and passing locals who may have made the trek to Babino Polje to post a letter or have a form stamped. After the sun sinks, the music gets livelier, the mood changes and conversation pings around the mosquito-themed room. This is not to say you’ll roll up and find Mljet’s version of Zagreb’s Tkalčićeva – it’s a miracle there’s any kind of bar on the island at all – but, on its night, Komarac can be whole bunch of fun without having to rub shoulders with the expat yachting fraternity.