Govedjari is a hilly village on the island of Mljet with less than two hundred permanent residents. The village dates back to the beginning of the 18th century when the first people began to settle in that place, building their houses and shelters.The village of Govedjari is located in the interior of the island of Mljet, just above Big Lake, 5 kilometers from the sea. It is part of the Mljet National Park. Because of their location in the fertile area, Govedjari is traditionally known for its agriculture, although today people are happy to rent rooms and offer some b & b services.
№250 in Villages and settlements of Croatia