Visit the picturesque Ston, renowned for its 5 kilometre long walls, then Korčula, birthplace of Marco Polo, a famous world traveler. Ston is known for its excellent and delicious oysters you will have a chance to taste with a glass of wine, in one of the local restaurants. Ston is also known for its old salt flats where salt is gathered in the old traditional way. Drive to Orebić, then by ferry accross to Korčula. The Greeks named the Island of Korčula after the dense woods “Korkyra Melaina”- meaning “Black Corfu”. The city of Korčula is one of the most beautiful medieval towns on the Adriatic Coast. Sightseeing includes a walk along its narrow streets and squares, surrounded by Renaissance palaces and St Mark’s Cathedral, dedicated to the city patron.On your way back to Dubrovnik, drive along the Pelješac Peninsula and a stop at a local wine-cellar in order to taste some of the renowned Pelješac wines.
Included in price
- All transfers covered
- Guide and entrance fees included
- Wine tasting included