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Taking a Ferry from Dubrovnik to MljetDuration: 1h
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There is 1 operator that run from Dubrovnik to Mljet, with 3 departures per day. If you decide to take a Ferry, you can take the High Speed option.

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About the ride from Dubrovnik to Mljet

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dubrovnik is also known as the pearl of the Adriatic. Shimmering blue waters, an atmospheric old town, and fine cuisine make the city irresistible. Go on a walk along its ancient walls or hop on the cable car to Mount Srd for the best views. Wander the streets and alleys of its Old Town, stopping for coffee, a sumptuous meal, or to people watch.

When you need a break from the city, head out to Lokrum Island, a 15-minute boat ride from Dubrovnik. Visit the Minceta Fortress, the West Harbour, all filming locations of the Game of Thrones series and discover the inspiration for King’s Landing. Hardcore fans can even sign up for a Game of Thrones tour!

One of the most popular islands near Dubrovnik, Mljet still has a raw and untouched beauty about it. There is plenty to experience and discover on this little strip of paradise. From hiking the many trails of Mljet National Park to lazing on the sandy Saplunara beach, there is something for everyone. The Veliko and Malo Jezero saltwater lakes are a must-visit, as is the spectacularly beautiful Odysseus cave, a short walk from the village of Babino Polje. Get ready to dive in because the region is known for its spectacular underwater wonders! End your day with a stroll around Pomena and dinner accompanied by the finest wines and delectable cheese the area is known for.

The 25 miles (approximately 40 km) distance from Dubrovnik to Mljet takes around one hour to cover. The distance by ferry, however, is just 15 miles (24 km)! The air-conditioned ferries have covered indoor areas and provide comfortable, cushioned seating. The ferries start from Dubrovnik Pier and drop off passengers either at Pomena Port or Sobra Ferry Port. Travelers can choose from 3 mid-afternoon departure timings, picking the one that is most convenient for them.

 

What to see when traveling from Dubrovnik to Mljet

Get ready to experience the incredible blues of the Adriatic Sea as you hop on your ferry to Mljet. This one-hour boat ride is the perfect time to just sit back and relax. Read up on the must-do things in Mljet or chat with your co-passengers. Take a nap and wake up refreshed and ready to explore the island’s national parks, beaches, and grottoes.

 

How to get from Dubrovnik to Mljet

Taking a ferry

Travelers who want to visit Mljet can take a ferry from the Dubrovnik pier to this beautiful island. Passengers can choose from three afternoon departures with travel times that are around an hour long. The ferries leave from the Dubrovnik Pier and drop off passengers at the Pomena Port or Sobra Ferry Port. The ferries are air-conditioned and have cushioned seats in an indoor space, making it a comfortable and convenient way to travel to Mljet. 

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Bookaway's customers prefer High Speed Ferry by Krilo (Kapetan Luka)

High Speed Ferry by Krilo (Kapetan Luka) which usually takes 1h

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High Speed Ferry by Krilo (Kapetan Luka) starting at US$21

Approximately, there are 3 departures each day.