Travel and Transport to MljetThere are daily ferry and boat connections with Dubrovnik, while ferries also travel on the route Prapatno (Peljesac peninsula) to Sobra, significantly shortening the travel time to the island of Mljet.
During the summer months, numerous tourist and excursion boats arrive to the area of the Mljet National Park (at the harbours of Polace and Pomena) from Dubrovnik, Split, Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Makarska and the Peljesac peninsula.
The main port on the Island is Sobra, located on the island's eastern end which is connected by ferry to Dubrovnik and Korcula on Jadrolinija's coastal line (update: this line is discontinued for 2015 and there are indication it will be reintroduced in 2017) .
There is also a passenger boat, the Nona Ana, between Dubrovnik and Polace that leaves in the morning and returns in the afternoon. It runs daily in summer and Wednesday, Friday and Sunday in the off season.
Map of Ferries to Mljet
- Update: From May to October, there is now daily fast catamaran service to Mljet from Split, Brac,Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik. In May there is 4 times a week connection to Mljet - check all info and prices here
- Taxi Mljet
- Buses on Mljet ->> all buses on island of Mljet are here
- All ferries to Mljet island are listed here
- Check ferry map for Island of Mljet
- Check info about ferries to Mljet as well as bus routes within the Island
- Other ferries in Croatia
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Airports nearest to Mljet:
The nearest airport to Mljet Island is Dubrovnik Airport which is on about 1 hour and 15 minutes drive from Prapratno, the nearest point on Croatian mainland from where car ferries to Mljet depart several times a day..
Split Airport can also be used to reach the island, as there are convenient daily ferry services from Split via Hvar and Korcula to Mljet (see above ferry section)