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Set in the National Park on Mljet Island, Hotel Odisej is located on the beach of Pomena. It is entirely air-conditioned and houses a restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is available at the reception. Really outstanding food in this price range, the location was fantastic, Mljet itself is a dream. The staff is really friendly and hardworking.
Surrounded by greenery with views of the sea and the Mediterranean garden, Pansion Mali Raj is set in Goveđari, within Mljet National Park. Polače Ferry port is 2.2 mi from the property. The place is inside the National Park, so it offers very quiet environment and stunning view to the lake from the room, balcony, and the restaurant. We also had some of the best grilled fish (gilt-head seabream) at their restaurant we've ever had!
Set in Goveđari, 1.8 mi from Mljet National Park, Apartments Angela offers beachfront accommodations and various facilities, such as a terrace. Very pleasant and helpful owners, Mario catches fish every day and prepares it for the guests, fresh from the see. Soline is a lovely little fishing village and the island of Mljet is an extraordinary destination.
Located in the beachfront in Soline near Goveđari, Guest House Pikala offers self-catering accommodations with access to a garden, terrace and bicycle rental. The guest house is in an amazing location. Very peaceful and quiet. The owners are really friendly and run a little restaurant overlooking the water. The room had great views.
Set in Goveđari in the Mljet Island region, Agriculture & Holiday house Lasko features a patio and garden views. The location was great, quiet and comfortable. The house is well equipped, there is everything you need to feel like home. The host was very welcoming and gave us useful information. We're looking forward to coming next year!
Apartments Mljet is set in the village of Soline, within the forest of Mljet National Park. The property offers a restaurant and an on-site bar, as well as free WiFi access. The property is in an excellent location however we found it a bit hard to find. Besides this, once found we have no complaints! It’s was great :)
Located in Goveđari, within 0.9 mi of Paljevina Beach and 2.1 mi of Mljet National Park, Guest house Pavla provides accommodations with a terrace and as well as free private parking for guests who... Hosts were very helpful, allowing us to leave our bags when we checked out and providing useful tips for the area. Room was clean and comfortable, not luxurious but ideal for what we needed.
Set in Goveđari, this air-conditioned apartment features free WiFi. Featuring free private parking, the apartment is located 164 feet from the Pristanište entrance to the Mljet National Park. Apartment is lovely decorated. Location is great, just 50m from NP entrance and 5 - 10 minutes walk from the Great lake. Our hosts were very pleasent, they gave us a lot of useful tips about Mljet's sites that helped us enjoy our trip even more.
The national park is beautiful, plenty of spots for swimming. We hired mountain bikes in Pomena and cycled into the park and round the two salt lakes stopping for swimming breaks. We also hired a scooter on another day and drove the Odyssey's cave which was breathtaking, quite a hike down there but so worth it!
Babino Kuce is the bloody best place to stay on Mljet. Very cosy and quiet even in high season, the most beautiful Dalmatian atmosphere with all pervading scent of pines, jasmin, fig and rosemary. Amazingly beautiful landscape at the lakes in the national park and all around Mljet. Do count with extra costs since staying within the actual national park, not too high though.
Helpful reception staff and very clean. Food was pretty good and setting was very beautiful. Only down side was the very small room with a very small shower and no plug sockets. Bed very very comfortable though and it was a very quiet peaceful place.
Mljet is a lovely island but I'd recommend no more than 3 days. Beaches are mostly rocky and bus service is non existent. You can easily hire car or bikes. The national park is well worth a visit and includes free boat trip. Kayaks can be hired here. Great swimming in the lakes. There are plenty of restaurants and a couple of super markets as well as some market stalls in Pomena. Prices are cheaper than Dubrovnik.
Govedari is a very small quite village with very limited facilities. A village for locals which seems to have no supermarket, restaurants or bars. Nearest accommodation is on the outskirts (or possible considers with Govedari just) at a very small settlement called Babini Kuce located at on the lakes edge where there is a hotel with restaurant, called Mali Raj.
The Mljet National Park was sensational. Hire bikes for 80k per day from the rack outside the hotel and cycle around. Just stop at any old pathway and make your way down to a secluded spot of your own (particularly on the bigger lake, which is quieter). The water is lovely!
Really outstanding food in this price range, the location was fantastic, Mljet itself is a dream. The staff is really friendly and hardworking.