Mljet

Mljet

The south Dalmatian island of Mljet is the biggest island of Dubrovnik archipelagos, eighth biggest in the Adriatic Sea, most southerly and most easterly among Croatian islands.

The south Dalmatian island of Mljet is the biggest island of Dubrovnik archipelagos, eighth biggest in the Adriatic Sea, most southerly and most easterly among Croatian islands. It is completely covered by evergreen plants and mostly wooded by dense pine tree forests. According to many, it is one of the most beautiful islands on the Mediterranean. The island was known in history to all ancient Mediterranean nations by names Mel, Melita, Melada, La Melada … The island of Mljet was homeland of Illyrians, Romans and finally, Croatians once Narantines from the mainland settled on the island.

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