MlJet National Park Transportation
Mljet Island is near Dubrovnik, Croatia, in the southern Dalmatian islands, and is home to the spectacular MlJet National Park. Transportation to MlJet is easy, so be sure to visit!
Getting to MlJet
You can get to National Park Mljet by a ferry from Dubrovnik and by several tourist charter boats from Korčula, Split, and Hvar, which dock in Polače and Pomena. You can also opt for the ferry which docks in Sobra (the Island’s main port) but from here you will need a car to arrive at the National Park.
Kiosks in the villages of Pomena and Polače both sell admission tickets to the westernmost section of Mljet National Park. Each ticket includes access to two saltwater lakes and a trip on the boat ride to the Benedictine monastery on Sveti Marija Island, on the big lake.
Transportation inside the Park
It is forbidden to use cars and motorcycles inside the park. You are also not allowed to sail into the lakes within the park using your own boat, unless you are an official tourist boat regulated by the park. Entering the lakes is allowed only by the use of paddles. Anchoring is allowed in the bays of Pomena and Polace only. You can fish on certain lakes, but you need a special permit. Camping is strictly forbidden in the park. BUT! You can bring your own bicycles, which is a splendid way to explore the beautiful paths and see much of the gorgeous scenery. Plus, you get some healthy exercise while you breathe in the fresh air.
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