A mere hour’s drive from Dubrovnik along the picturesque Adriatic Coastal Road, there is the longest peninsula of the Adriatic – Pelješac. Along the way you’ll make a short stop at the XV century Trsteno Arboretum and several photo stops before arriving at the oyster farm in Ston, a key property of Dubrovnik Republic because of its salt pans, it was defended by majestic ramparts and fortresses. After a stroll through Ston, you’ll visit one of the oldest salt pans in the Adriatic and learn about its history and tradition. Oyster breeding farms in the bay of Mali Ston are considered to be a gourmet’s Mecca, so do not miss tasting them, straight from the sea! There is also a long standing tradition of wine making in that particular area, so the tour includes visiting some of the best wine producers where you will hear the wine story and of course taste their produce.
After lunch, your driver will chauffeur you to the village of Prapratno, which has spectacular views to Mljet island for more photos. Jump back in the car for the driver take you to Brsečine village where a speedboat will be waiting for you. Once aboard your captain will take you on a cruise of the Elafiti islands. Stop one will be to visit the old summerhouse in Suđurađ port on Šipan island, here you’ll have a homemade olive oil tasting. On Lopud island, at stop number two visit the monastery and enjoy a walk along the sea shore before going to your last stop on Šunj cove to take a swim in the Adriatic sea.