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Pomena is a small, harbour village at the west end of the Island of Mljet. It has only around 50 permanent inhabitants. Originally a fishing village, it now welcomes tourists as well fishermen. The village is the main entry point to the Mljet National Park, being only 15 minutes walk away from the Malo Jezero (small lake) which marks one of the park's boundaries. You can catch the ferry to the monastery on Sv Marija Island or further afield to Split of Dubrovnic for a day trip. Bike hire is available for the many beautiful paths around the park. There are also more challenging walking trails. There are a few restaurants, bars, coffee shops and souvenir shops, but Pomena is the definition of a quiet, laid back place. Although the population swells in the summer it never becomes oppressively crowded


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