If you are a lover of historical tradition, pristine nature and superb cuisine, Pelješac peninsula is the ideal place for you!
The very beginning of the peninsula is the location of a little, magical place, Mali Ston, which is connected to Ston by the longest preserved stone wall in Europe (5.5 km). Bay of Mali Ston, known for its cultivation of shellfish, especially oysters and mussels, is an indispensable destination for true lovers of seafood delicacies. A boat ride to the oyster farms and tasting of this natural aphrodisiac straight from the sea, paired with a glass of fine wine from Pelješac, make this place a real gourmet jewel.
at the foot of hill Podzvizd, lies the medieval town of Ston, whose history dates as far back as the Dubrovnik Republic. Ston is rich with historical and cultural tradition, and the former value of Ston as the city of salt has been confirmed today in the plants of the oldest active saltworks in the world. The saltworks remained true to the tradition and a natural production method, which hasn't change since the era of antiquity.
A place you simply must visit is also the beautiful cove Žuljana. Its unforgettable sunsets, natural beauty and the most exquisite sandy and gravel beaches will leave you breathless. Also, the crystal clear sea in this area is ideal for exploring the undersea, diving and fishing.