A day of world-class sightseeing. On this trip, you'll explore three jewels of the Adriatic with visits to the walled village Ston and Dubrovnik as well as a wine tasting in the Peljesac peninsula.
First up is tiny Ston. Once the defensive outpost of the Republic of Ragusa – as Dubrovnik was known for centuries – its walls, which snake up a hill, are said to be the longest standing in Europe. We then head to Dubrovnik. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site old town with your guide, see Onofrio's fountain, the cathedral and much more.
Then, after some free time in Dubrovnik, the journey back takes you through the vineyards of the Peljesac peninsula. Here, you'll indulge in a wine-tasting session. A great way to round off a day steeped in the heritage of Dalmatia.