Mljet and Korcula Tour from Makarska Riviera takes you to a national park and a beautiful town on the island of the same name, are two destinations indispensable on the list of beauties of the Adriatic coast. Mljet National Park is an oasis of untouched nature, greenery, and peace in which relaxation is your main task.
The town of Korcula, known for the famous Marco Polo, is a pleasant maze of streets and buildings that will enchant you and interest the stories and history of the island.
The boat ride to Korčula and Mljet brings many exciting things. Sailing along the island of Hvar and the unique Peljesac peninsula, and then arriving in the hometown of Marco Polo, where we will meet the beautiful city walls, towers, and impressive buildings. The rich historical and cultural heritage is perfectly fused with everything a modern traveler needs. The day trip to Korcula is incomplete without a visit to the Mljet National Park.
Only 20 minutes by boat is from Korcula to Mljet. The national park is a perfect oasis for those who want to relax from the hustle and bustle and enjoy nature.
Mljet National Park covers as much as 5,300 hectares and hides a lot of things worth discovering. The Great and Small Lakes phenomena in the center and the islet of St. Mary, where the Benedictine monastery is located, are accessible on foot or by bicycle. Most visitors opt for a bike, although the entire national park is networked by a tourist train, and a boat line connects the island.
There are also kayaks and canoes for the more adventurous, and you can take a bath during the break.
Getting to Mljet and Korčula is possible by car and ferry combined, but this option will take you much more time. Instead, spend your time enjoying the boat and nature and join the Mljet and Korcula tour from the Makarska Riviera.