Mlini Hotel

The Mlini Hotel offers up a couple of restaurants and a sea-view pool in a smartly designed package.

The pool is shared with the sister hotel. A sea-view sun terrace curves around its edge, with pretty sunflowers following it, and if you want to swap from the pool to the sea, it’s only a couple of minutes’ walk away.

The hotel is incredibly contemporary, but the menu in the main restaurant has a more traditional spin. You’ll find a mixture of international dishes and Croatian favourites. A second restaurant sits out on the beach. It’s fronted by a terrace with softly-lit pergolas that provide a romantic feel. During the day, there’s a pizza bar for snacks, and when the sun goes down, enjoy a glass of two of Croatian wine from the lobby bar.

Overview of Mlini

When you head to Mlini on your holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands, you can enjoy a break with a view. Here, boats glisten as they’re suspended on turquoise waters while a river meanders through the village. As a result, stays at the Mlini Hotel are all about relaxation and taking in the beautiful views.

Mlini has previously flown under the radar with people looking for Croatian holidays, and for many visitors, that’s part of the village’s charm. But although you’re away from the hustle and bustle here, you can reach the centre of Dubrovnik with just a five-minute drive, so you have the best of both worlds.

Things to do in Mlini

Location-wise, the Mlini Hotel is only a bridge away from the photogenic village square of Mlini. As well as following the river that runs through the village, here you can discover the disused watermills that line the banks and a church that’s almost 1,000 years old. If you’d rather relax, head to the beaches that are flanked by cypresses and pine trees. There are also plenty of spots where you can grab traditional Croatian cuisine.

If you’d love to get out and explore, then Dubrovnik is within easy reach of the hotel. You’ll find that the medieval city walls, beautiful churches and storied museums are only a five-minute drive away.

One of the most beautiful spots in Croatia, the views in Mlini will take your breath away. From quiet days on the beach to action-packed afternoons in the centre of Dubrovnik, your holiday here can be as relaxing or as active as you like.

Resort Summary

The town of Mlini couldn’t be more beautiful if it tried. White boats are suspended on glassy turquoise waters in the harbour. A small river meanders through the town, crossed by pretty stone bridges. Several disused watermills line the banks – Mlini actually means ‘the mills’.

The oldest part of the town is a vision of quiet streets and stone houses with terracotta roofs. You’ll even find a church that’s almost 1,000 years old. It’s named after St. Hilarion, a saint who, according to legend, killed a dragon and freed the area from paganism.

Holidays to Mlini, Croatia, are all about de-stressing and taking in the beautiful views.