Most popular Villas in Mlini
Highlights in Mlini
- Clean beaches
- Quiet town on the Adriatic
- Walk to the Church of St Hilarion
- Explore Dubrovnik
Most popular amenities for Villas in Mlini
Villas in Mlini
Looking for a fabulous holiday villa surrounded by gorgeous sea, spectacular mountains and historic buildings? Then look no further than Mlini, a simply delightful small town on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, surrounded by the most spectacular of highland scenery. Rent a villa right on the shores of the bay, or a little further back in the foothills of the mountains that rise up behind the town. There are also a number of lovely options in the nearby villages of Srebreno and Zavrelye.Exceptional sea views await you!
The quality of the accommodation in Mlini is quite extraordinary, with opulent villas boasting private swimming pools and terraces overlooking the sparkling sea. Villas in Mlini are primarily for larger groups, with 8 bedrooms or more, and are situated right on or close to the bay and it's beautiful pebble beaches.
Travellers and activities
With its clean, gentle seas and tranquil pebble beaches, Mlini is a family seaside town beyond reproach, boasting aquarium-esque waters which offer some of the best swimming and snorkelling in the whole of Europe. The white pebble beach of Mlini bay has everything your need for your children, with ice cream kiosks, shower facilities and children’s playgrounds, and the bay area is closed to cars in summer making it peaceful and safe for children to run around.Mlini for hikers
Choose from a profusion of old country roads and pathways in the Mlini area; enjoy the scents of the rich Mediterranean vegetation and paradisiacal views over the mountains and islands. The locals’ favourite hike in the Mlini area is Ronald Brown Pathway. Starting from south of the town in Obod, it takes you on a 4-hour trail into the hills behind the town. On a clear day you can see Bosnia, Croatia and Montenegro from the summit!Mlini for Game of Thrones fans
The capital of Game of Thrones – King’s Landing – was almost entirely filmed in the city of Dubrovnik. You can download maps that indicate all the key filming locations, such as the Jesuit Stairs off St. Dominka Street, one of the sites from Cersei Lannister’s infamous walk of atonement, or Tresteno Arboretum, a park that doubles as the Red Keep’s gardens.
Croatia has more islands than any other country in Europe – with more than 1,200 islands, isles, and inlets!
Top 7 travel tips in Mlini
This quaint 15th-century Baroque-style building looks over the village of Mlini, drawing the eye of visitors to the town. Hike up the hill for wonderful views over the area.2. Order a fish platter in a seafront taverna
Traditional, stone-built restaurants jostle for attention along Mlini’s fabulous seaside promenade. Fresh seafood is the order of the day in most of them, where you can tuck into titillating offerings such as fish platters for two.3. Check out the Dubrovnik Summer Festival
Staged every summer from 10 July to 25 August, this is Croatia’s number one cultural event. Over 70 open-air venues pop up in nearby Dubrovnik and showcase classical music, theatre, opera, and dance performances.4. Explore the region’s cultural history
Folk costumes, embroidery and traditional dances are an integral part of the region’s culture. Head to the village of Cilipi on Sundays, just 15 minutes’ drive from Mlini, where locals dress up in traditional costume and sing and dance on the main square.5. Take a boat ride to Dubrovnik
Regular boats leave from the little harbour in the centre of Mlini bay. Choose from a trip to Dubrovnik’s Old Town, nearby Cavtat Bay, or the Elaftti Islands off Dubrovnik. The views on the journey are staggering, the destinations peerless.6. Walk the city walls of nearby Dubrovnik
The absolute paragon of medieval defensive architecture. Built as early as the 12th century, the walls have been perfectly preserved. The 2-kilometre walk will take you past the lively squares, impressive fortresses and hidden narrow streets of the town.7. Take the cable car up to Mount Srd. behind Dubrovnik.
Fly up 412 metres for what is undoubtedly the best view of the walled city and the Adriatic sea, and of the many islands that dot the landscape. Why not head up for sunset, take a bottle of bubbly and toast to your memorable holiday in this resplendent part of the world!