DUBROVNIK TO MLJET PRIVATE BOAT TOUR
Explore Croatia’s greenest
island – Mljet
100% TAILOR MADE
UP TO 12 PEOPLE
Restore your calm
If you feel the urge to restore your calm, then the island of Mljet is your ultimate choice for a luxury private speedboat trip from Dubrovnik. Why is that? We’ll give you top 3 reasons from our perspective and let you find out the rest by yourselves.
Firstly, the island is green. When we say green, we mean green. It’s Croatia’s greenest island. The forests are among the most beautiful and most preserved pine tree forests in the Mediterranean. Just looking at them from the sea side makes your mind calm and present in the moment.
Secondly, the sea is crystal clear turquoise, green and deep blue. Actually, it’s hard to describe the colours since they change depending on the time of the day and the structure of the seabed. And the feel and smell of the Adriatic Sea once you jump in it on a hot summer day… You probably get the idea.
Thirdly, it’s home of the oldest National park in the Mediterranean, with picture perfect two saltwater lakes inside of it, connected by a channel of water. The Isle of St. Mary in the middle of Veliko Jezero is simply magical.
These are just few reasons to BOOK a private Dubrovnik to Mljet speedboat tour with Ragusa Nautica and sail into this immersive experience on one of our luxurious AWOL speedboats for up to 12 persons.
Do it your way
Our skipper is not just an amazing seaman, but also a Dubrovnik man born and bred. He’ll give you a story about Mljet’s past and present from a local’s perspective. Make sure to ask him all the juicy stuff. He knows them all.
Feel like the owner of your own private island
Once we pick you up from your accommodation, you’ll enjoy your ride on luxurious speed boat to two small inhabited islands next to Mljet, known to locals as Škoji. These two little gems are completely inaccessible in any other way than with a boat, so you’ll probably have them just for yourself. And what makes them extra special is the colour of the sea. It’s simply unrealistically beautiful. Also, if you like snorkelling, this is a place to go. The waters around the island of Mljet are flourishing with wildlife, including hundreds of endemic sea species.
Discover the magic of the Odysseus’ Cave
Soak up the beauty of nature
The National Park Mljet covers one-third of the entire island. The park’s highlights are two salt lakes, appropriately named The Great and The Small Lake (Veliko Jezero & Malo Jezero). If you choose to visit The National Park your skipper will firstly take you to see Soline Channel, the place where The Great Lake merges with the open sea through a long and wide canal.
Then he’ll take you to Pomena, a small village only 15 minute’s walk from the entrance to the park. You can have a nice 4 kilometre stroll or a bike ride through lush pinewoods around two salt lakes and visit the 12-century Benedictine Monastery on the Isle of St. Mary, which is now turned into a cafe and restaurant.