In front of the complex of the Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel in Mlini, by the promenade, there is a beautiful pebble beach that will thrill you with its crystal clear sea and a panoramic view of the nearby islands.

You can also enjoy the Mediterranean charm by the new outdoor pool for adults and children in front of the most elite hotel in Župa Dubrovačka, the Hotel Astarea, as well as the indoor pool with heated seawater, various water effects and underwater massage.

Although the beach in Mlini offers everything you need – from sports activities to a quiet and relaxing atmosphere - make sure you visit the other beaches of the Dubrovnik Riviera for a memorable vacation.

Kupari Beach

Kupari Beach is located in a village called Kupari, only two and a half kilometres from Mlini in the direction of Dubrovnik. The beach is a pebble and sand beach and it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches of the Dubrovnik-Neretva county. The beach has all the basic facilities needed for a great day at the beach.

Plat Beach

Plat Beach is located only two kilometres from the village of Mlini in the direction of Cavtat, and it encompasses several smaller beaches – a true oasis of peace and quiet. One of these is a naturist beach intended for those who would like to enjoy their privacy; it is separated by rocks. The other coves of this beach are suitable for singles and couples as well as families with very small children because the entrance into the sea is very shallow and therefore perfectly suitable for children who are not swimmers.

Pasjača Beach

This beach is located in a small village called Popovići in Konavle, 16 kilometres from the village of Mlini in the direction of Cavtat. This is a beautiful secluded beach that can only be reached by descending long and very steep stairs cut into the rock. With as much as 250 metres of elevation difference, the descent itself is a unique experience. Because it is barely accessible, it is rarely crowded. It is not suitable for boats to anchor there. As such it is ideal for young couples, romantic souls and those who would like to enjoy their privacy, fine sand and crystal clear sea.

St. Jacob's Beach

St. Jacob's Beach is considered to be one of the most attractive beaches in the area of the city of Dubrovnik. It is only one kilometre away from the centre of Dubrovnik and seven kilometres from the village of Mlini, and it is located under the Church of St. Jacob, which is also where its name comes from. This is a really unique sand and gravel beach, but since it is only accessible by steep stairs, it is not the ideal choice for elderly persons or those with physical disabilities. The beach offers various sports services and events, from the rental of kayaks for exploring the coastline and rental of jet-skis to picigin matches (traditional ball game played in shallow water). You can refresh with a cold drink in the shade of the bar.

Banje Beach

This is one of the most famous pebble beaches in southern Dalmatia, and it is located in the immediate vicinity of the centre of Dubrovnik, that is, nine kilometres from the village of Mlini. The beach can be reached by stone stairs, so it is not suitable for elderly and physically disabled people. The beach offers a spectacular view of the old city walls and it is often featured on postcards from Dubrovnik. It houses a restaurant in which you can taste Dubrovnik's specialities and a bar in whose shade you can enjoy a cocktail. Water scooters, paragliding, water tubes, bananas and other water sports are available for those of an adventurous spirit. At night, this beach turns into an elite place for a night out in Dubrovnik.

Lokrum Beach

At about eight kilometres from the village of Mlini, on the island of Lokrum, there is a rocky beach of the same name. Its biggest fans are adventurers who practice acrobatic jumps into the sea. Since they offer a high level of privacy, most of the beaches on this island are of a naturist type. Lokrum can be reached by private boat and reaching it by kayak has also become popular recently. During the summer months, there is a regular boat connection from the port of Dubrovnik.