Odisej Hotel

The Odisej Hotel has a countryside setting that’s as peaceful as it gets – it’s perched on a private peninsula at the tip of Mljet National Park.

The hotel has a front row spot on the coast. A section of the sea is roped off, so it’s easy to swim safely. In the grounds, little ones have a saltwater pool to paddle in and there are sun-trap terraces everywhere you look.

The main restaurant deals in sprawling buffets of local and international dishes. Head to the waterfront and you’ll also come across a beach bar that serves drinks and light bites. It has an al fresco seating area, so you can dine with a great view.

Overview of Mljet

A trip to Mljet can be as active or as relaxing as you like. Whether you’d rather cycle around the island or relax on a beach, there’s plenty to keep you occupied.

Mljet is loved by visitors who return again and again. It’s one of the largest islands off the coast of Croatia, and its endless scenery really makes it stand out from the crowd.

It’s an unspoilt spot and the local produce takes centre stage at mealtimes. From the ancient monasteries to the soothing coastline, a stay in Mljet is a unique destination for any holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands.

Things to do in Mljet

The Odisej Hotel is nestled into a bay on the north-west tip of Mljet, and entry to the national park is included in your stay. The Adriatic Sea is right on the doorstep, but if you want to explore further afield, stroll to nearby Malo and Veliko Jezero – a duo of picture-perfect saltwater lakes.

The national park looks beautiful from every angle, but for a unique experience take a kayak and paddle around the lake.

A perfect spot for explorers, a stay at the Odisej Hotel puts the best of Mljet’s scenery on your doorstep.


Resort Summary

Holidays in Mljet tend to centre around the National Park. It covers the north-west of the island and is home to two saltwater lakes, both of which are around 4km wide. In the middle of the larger lake is a small island: Sveta Marija – a former Benedictine monastery from the 12th century, which has since been turned into a café. The parks have well-signposted hiking and cycling trails, which are covered by good amounts of shade. The water in the lakes is much warmer than that of the Adriatic Sea, so swimming is a popular activity in the park. Cars and vehicles aren’t allowed in the park, so however you choose to enjoy it, you are guaranteed some peace and quiet.