Mljet National Park includes the northwestern part of the island of Mljet, with an area of 5375 hectares of protected land and surrounding sea. It was declared a National Park in 1960 and represents the first institutionalized attempt to protect an original ecosystem in the Adriatic.
Unique panoramic landscape of well intended coastline, cliffs, reefs and numerous islands. The coast facing the mainland is lower and more approachable. It has beautifully rich forests rarely kept here in its original form and exceptional cultural and historical heritage.
Zagreb – Split highway, exit Ravca, direction Kobiljaca, Slivno Rano, Ston, Prapratno (Peljesac); ferry Prapratno - Sobra; after ferry by car direction Govedjari