Mlini - Dubrovnik - Croatia
Mlini is a small fishing village on the northern coast of the Bay of Zupa, only 11 km east of Dubrovnik.
In former times the place was known for its water mills ('Mlini' means 'Mills') because many brooks and streams enabled their use.
The brooks with many small falls still pass through the place and are today inhabited by innumerable ducks.
These streams, rich Mediterranean vegetation and typical Dalmatian buildings make Mlini to a wonderful, picturesque place. Discover it!
During your stay you should also visit the Church of St. Hilarius (1449) and the Chapel of St. Roch which are both in the vicinity of the beach.
Remains of Roman buildings can be found on the way to Cavtat.
Mlini is part of the touristic resort of Zupa. Sandy beaches, cafés, restaurants and many other touristic offers are avail-able.
Ideal is the vicinity to Dubrovnik and Cavtat (the local buses pass every 30 minutes).
In Mlini you can have both, a restful holiday in a silent Mediterranean place and entertainment in touristic centres.
The VILLA Adriatic is the ideal accommodation!