The Island of Mljet is the most densely wooded island of the Adriatic. Due to its old thick forests of Aleppo pine, Karts caves, two picturesque salt-water lakes (connected with the sea) many sandy, and gravel beaches, fishing grounds, etc., the western part of the island has been proclaimed a national park. On the Big Lake, there is a small island of St. Mary, with a fortified monastery from the Romanesque period on it, like a castle from fairy tales. On an island within an island!
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