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Private excursion: Specialized guide
Meeting point: Dubrovnik
Start point: Ston, Pelješac peninsula
Included in price: onlyCROATIA assistance
- Walking: town of Ston, Napoleon Road in the hinterland, Mali Ston bay, wall of Ston
- Entrance wall of Ston
- Excursion by boat to shellfish farm
- Tasting: oysters
- Specialized guide
- Transfer(A/R): meeting to start point
- Transfer: Ponikve - Mali Ston bay
- Lunch: sea food, 30 €
- Menu first quality fish: on request
- Tasting of wine: 15 €
- Transfer to Start point from:
your boat, Mostar, Neum, Korcula, Split
EXCURSION INCLUDED IN PACKAGES:
onlyCROATIA: Walking and Hiking
onlyCROATIA: SAILING BOATS
|Meeting point: Dubrovnik|
|Transfer: meeting to start point|
|Start point: Ston|
|Walking: Ston - Napoleon Road in the hinterland|
|Transfer: to Mali Ston bay(15km)|
|Excursion by boat to shellfish farm: tasting oysters|
|On request: Lunch, fish restaurant|
|Walking: Mali Ston bay - walls of Ston - old town of Ston|
|Visit: Old town of Ston and saltern|
|Transfer: start to meeting point, Dubrovnik|
|On request: Winery, tasting of wine|
Pelješac peninsula in southern Dalmatia in Croatia is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Inhabited since the ancient times of Illyrian tribes, Greeks and Romans, it is known not only by its vineyards and quality wines, but also by its centuries longue tradition of navigation.
The Napoleon Road on Pelješac extends from Ston and passes trough village Gornje Selo and then to place Ponikve. The route had
the strategic importance. It was constructed by the French army with participation of the local inhabitants and continued so under Austrian rule.
The Napoleon Road on Pelješac passes in direct proximity to known localities, all possessing exceptional historical significance dating from the pre-historic period to the 19th century.
In the region around Ston, there are a number of important early sacred monuments as the Early Christian churches or later medieval churches.
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