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.
Restoran Kod Ante
Restaurant Kod Ante also manages buoys in Saplunara Bay. In front of the restaurant there is a small mooring for dinghies. We recommend booking a place because this location is extremely popular. Clients always return to the delicious Dalmatian dishes that this restaurant offers.
Book your buoy and a place in the restaurant here.
Restaurant Maran in the bay Okuklje on Mljet has been a meeting place for sailors for many years. The owners offer excellent cuisine and safe moorings. As the number of berths is very limited, we advise you to book your berth in advance.
Book a berth and a table in the restaurant here.
The quay of 5 berths belongs to the tavern Barba. The tavern also has several buoys of its own. On the menu you will find fresh fish, shellfish and crabs.
Book your berth here.