One of the pleasures of visiting a small and peaceful city is to walk through it and to wander, at one point, the streets of a city in the process of adapting to tourists. Check out how the residents of Mlini are still surprised by the foreign tourists
and to see how fishermen do some of their hand work is a much better culture lesson than learned in a museum.
The town of Mlini revolves around the port and consists of a few streets near the beach. The church of San Hilario, built in 1449, is worth a visit, as well as the chapel of San Roch. Both churches are very close to the beach. The port is located at an entrance
to the wind shelter, surrounded by buildings and a promenade with palm trees and some leisure places where you can dine or have a coffee. From any point of Mlini you can enjoy the views of Mount Spilan, a rocky mountain in which there were windmills that gave
the name of the city, driven by the turbid water of the Zavrelja river.
From Mlini it is worth to go to Herceg Novi, to cross the border to Montenegro. Herceg Novi is one of the most touristic cities in Montenegro where one of the main attractions is the Forte Mare castle, built in 1382 by the Bosnian king. In the old town, you
must also visit the 19th Century Clock Tower, the Kanki Tower of Turkish origin and the Historical Museum opened in 1953. The Boka Kotorska Bay, where the city is located, has numerous pebble beaches. From Mlini you must take the D8 and travel 38 kilometers