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Mlini is a very pretty fishing village on Croatia's stunning Dalmatian Coast, just 11 kilometres from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik. It has become a lively resort, packed with shops, cafés and restaurants, but preserves much of its original charm. Overlooking a beautiful bay backed by wooded hills, it boasts pretty shingle beaches and secluded coves with sparkling blue seas. There are facilities for every imaginable water sport, and a host of picturesque historic towns and villages to explore just inland. And magnificent Dubrovnik, with its exquisite walled old town, is only a 10-minute drive away.
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Your guide to Mlini holidays
Mlini’s enchanting little coves and fine shingle beaches with crystal-clear waters are some of the best on the gorgeous Dalmatian Coast. Yachts and fishing boats bob in the pretty harbour, and you’ll find a host of water sports and aquatic activities on offer, from paddle boarding to parasailing. The historic streets of this charming town are sprinkled with a wide choice of restaurants, cafés and bars, and you’ll find plenty more just 10 minutes’ drive away in the breathtaking city of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik’s magnificent walled old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its cobbled streets and elegant squares full of enchanting cafés and boutiques.
Mlini overlooks a beautiful bay that is dotted with a series of little coves, each lovelier than the last. Shaded by cypress and pine trees, most of these coves boast small beaches of fine shingle and overlook the breathtaking turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea. The main beach extends from the pretty harbour, and is a long stretch of white shingle, overlooking shallow and transparent waters. Beyond it is a series of miniature coves and bays, which are mostly linked by a boardwalk or path. There is a host of water sports available here, whether you want to rent a jet ski or have a go at parasailing.
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