Close to the action
History-stuffed Dubrovnik – with its magnificent marbled alleyways and olde worlde charm – is just a stone’s throw from Mlini, so be sure to carve out some days for exploring. From here, you can even ‘hop’ on a boat trip to Lokrum Island, where you might spy wild rabbits and roaming peacocks! It’s magical and then some.
A quaint Dalmatian village
Mlini is a handful of sun-bleached stone buildings cradled between a steep mountain and the Adriatic Sea. It’s a sleepy, traditional kind of place, with a few restaurants crowded around the palm-lined harbour. In the woods outside the village, you’ll wander past natural springs, once used to power the mills.
Pebbly beaches on tap
Mlini’s great for beaches – the waterfront is studded with pretty, pebbly coves. If you feel like a change of scene, you can zoom over to Cavtat on the ferry in ten minutes, or head out to the Elaphiti Islands. They lay claim to some of the best sand in the region.