Mlini along with Srebreno makes up a small quiet urban area connected by road and a beautiful promenade running adjacent to the seafront and beaches.
The promenade winds its way along the rugged headland and stunning scenery. Passing 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. They are normally held under spotlights in the evening whilst eating a slice of pizza.
The Guzar bar is popular with locals and tourists alike and offers great music and shade in the heat of the day, not to mention the cocktails. One of 2 local dive centres in the area is found next door. The children’s adventure play ground is strategically placed under the leafed pine trees. Café Puntizela is next to it so you can keep an eye on the little ones, whilst you take a welcome break, before buying the compulsary ice creams!
Plenty more entertainment is offered from water skiing, kayaking blow up water activity pontoon to pedalos. Coves and beaches are plentiful and stretch all the way to the more modern village of Srebreno with its smart hotel, restaurants, small shopping mall and pharmacy.
Tip:There is no parking in Mlini village itself- it is better to park in Srebreno and walk along the promenade.