Mljet National Park occupies the northwestern part of island of Mljet, which is due to its natural beauty, rich flora and fauna, and natural phenomena, was declared a national park 1960th year. The greatest peculiarity of the NP are lakes, which by its mystery of existence attracted a variety of experts and naturalists, but also many visitors who leave enchanted by the beauty of the island. From the top of a wonderful panoramic view of the many scattered islands, cliffs and hills, behind which are hidden fields and old stone villages. The outer coast is steep and full of fell in caves, which are also particularly interesting. Here live many animals that belong to protected species and it is interesting that on this island there are no snakes, because live the mongoose, while the highest daily prey Short-toed Eagle. More information about the national park (here) and learn the rules of conduct

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