Roman shipwreck and German torpedo boat

Roman shipwreck and German torpedo boat

Mljet is an oasis for divers, with rich underwater flora and fauna and some interesting sites to explore, particularly on the southern side of the island facing the open sea. Explore a Roman shipwreck still full of amphorae in fairly shallow waters or discover a German torpedo boat sunk in World War 2.
Hotel Odisej
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  • London Stansted, Thu 27 Sep 2018
  • 7 Nights, Half Board
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Hotel Odisej

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

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12.7 Km to Roman shipwreck and German torpedo boat

  • Located in the incredible Mljet National Park
  • Park fees included
  • Warm and traditional hospitality
Babino Polje village

Babino Polje village

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

Visit Babino Polje, the largest village on Mljet, to explore the nearby Odysseus' Cave where, according to legend, the hero of Greek myth lived with his lover the nymph Calypso for seven years. When the sun is...

6.5 Km to Roman shipwreck and German torpedo boat - Map

The Cave of Ulysees

The Cave of Ulysees

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

Legend has it that Odysseus was shipwrecked on Mljet for 7 years and you can visit the stunning Cave of Ulysees, near the village of Babino Polje, where he supposedly sheltered. Swim or take a small boat...

6.7 Km to Roman shipwreck and German torpedo boat - Map

Hiking

Hiking

Mljet Island, Dubrovnik Area

There are lots of walking paths on Mljet, both short and long, offering great views over the island and nearby sea channels. For an extended hiking holiday follow the dedicated 43km hiking trail from Pomena,...

7.4 Km to Roman shipwreck and German torpedo boat - Map