A ferryboat coming from Drvenik reaches Sućuraj in half an hour, and brings you to the fascinating island of Hvar.
Hvar was settled by the Greeks in the 4th century B.C. Its excellent location in the centre of the archipelago offers a wide variety of touristic activities, and it is only two hours car ride from Dubrovnik.
A bay with sandy beach and sunsets beyond comparison, a restaurant with Dalmatian and international cuisine and a campsite that you never want to leave again – that is the camp Mlaska on the eastern part of island of Hvar, near the ferry harbour of Sućuraj.
It is a modern auto camp (one half of it is fkk), completely adapted to suit all the needs of dynamic and modern tourist, in accordance with the highest European standards. It offers caravan site and bungalows with 5 beds, right by the beautiful Mediterranean sea.
The atmosphere in the camp is tranquil and welcoming. Guests are relaxing at the beach, in the small shop, or on the large terrace of the restaurant to savour a sundowner after an exquisite meal. In the evening a peaceful atmosphere pervades the camp, interrupted only by the rolling waves. Many guests who have once spent their holiday at Mlaska return again and again.
Why is that so? You will have to find the answer for yourself.