Polace Roman ruins

Polace Roman ruins

Visit Polače, a village in a large sheltered bay on the western side of the north coast of Mljet to explore its Roman ruins. There are a number of ancient ruins dating from the 1st to the 6th century, and the village is named after the 5th century Roman Palace whose walls dominate the village.
Hotel Odisej
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  • Leeds Bradford, Thu 11 Oct 2018
  • 7 Nights, Half Board
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Hotel Odisej

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

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2.8 Km to Polace Roman ruins

  • Located in the incredible Mljet National Park
  • Park fees included
  • Warm and traditional hospitality
Hire a bike and explore

Hire a bike and explore

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

Get on your bike and explore the lush idyllic island of Mljet on its many pine-shaded paths. Cycling is also the easiest way to get about in the National Park since there are restrictions on vehicles in place....

0.1 Km to Polace Roman ruins - Map

Govedari village

Govedari village

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

Goveđari is a small hillside village in Mljet's fertile interior and part of the Mljet National Park. It's a great base for exploring the area by bike and a lovely spot for walks in the surrounding hills...

1.2 Km to Polace Roman ruins - Map

The lakes

The lakes

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

Walk or cycle into Mljet National Park to explore its two salt water lakes. Take a boat across the Large Lake (Veliko Jezero) to the small islet of Melita to visit the 12th century Benedictine monastery - now a...

1.7 Km to Polace Roman ruins - Map