Mlini holidays are characterised by long lazy days on the beach, and it’s no exaggeration to say that it boasts some of the best in the region. There are several shingle and sand coves, fringed with cypresses and pine trees, and a longer pebble beach near the harbour. Each offers you an idyllic spot to spread your towel.
While it’s tempting to relax on the beach all day, there are plenty of watersports on offer. The clear, calm waters make Mlini a perfect spot for snorkelling. Diving, kayaking and windsurfing are also very popular.
There are water taxis available from Mlini Beach. They take you to Dubrovnik’s old town, and also to its nearby islands.
Delicious Croatian cuisine
A seafront promenade runs from the marina to the neighbouring town to Srebreno. The route is lined by traditional restaurants, known locally as konobas. They specialise in seafood dishes, including platters of freshly-caught fish, octopus salad and black squid-ink risotto.
Enjoy an al fresco meal for two, accompanied by a bottle of crisp white wine. Marvel over a sunset view, or the moon gleaming on the waves. Mlini holidays are renowned for their romantic atmosphere.
Venturing further afield
Holidays to Mlini, Croatia don’t have to revolve around the beach. Dubrovnik is just a 20-minute bus ride away. There are so many things to do in this resplendent city. You can visit the museums, palaces and churches of the terracotta-topped old town. More offbeat activities include a Game of Thrones filming location tour, or the quirky Love Stories Museum. Or you can head to Dubrovnik after dinner to check out its nightlife, and then get a taxi home.
You can also explore the nearby towns and beaches of the Dalmatian Riviera. Cavtat is just 15 minutes’ drive away. This picturesque fishing resort boasts Baroque churches, ancient acropolises and a Renaissance mansion housing the manuscripts of a famous Croatian scientist.
A holiday to Mlini offers you balmy days and languid nights. But as well as relaxing on the beach, you can try out adrenaline-fuelled watersports. You can visit small villages or the fascinating city of Dubrovnik. In other words, you’ll get to experience a little of everything – history, culture, nature, and delicious food.