Mlini, a beautiful old fishing village and Srebreno, make up a small quiet urban area connected by road and a beautiful promenade, running adjacent to the seafront and beaches.
The walk along the promenade is stress free and via a small paved footpath, good for pushchairs and those less able, that winds its self through the village along the headland and stunning scenery. Passing by restaurants, bars and a very popular local water polo area, a great place to come to late afternoon and watch the locals training before matches, normally held under spotlights in the evening with a slice of pizza. The popular Guzar bar offers great music and shade in the heat of the day and along with the dive centre is found next to the arena.
Walk all the way to Srebreno via the wooden children’s play area, water sports and blow up water activity pontoons, more coves and beaches to a small shopping mall and pharmacy.
There are plenty of stalls in Mlini with locals selling excursions, day trips to the islands and ferry tickets to Cavtat or Dubrovnik, a great way to arrive and avoid parking especially at sun set.
There is very little parking in Mlini, as is taken up with the hotels and so easiest to walk there from Srebreno.