This tour begins with a morning pickup from your lodging in Dubrovnik, followed by a scenic drive to a viewpoint above the Old Town for historical insights and stunning photos. Mid-morning includes a panoramic drive to an oyster farm for a tasting session paired with Croatian sparkling wine. In the afternoon, visit Ston to explore its famous salt pans and city walls, then enjoy a wine tasting at Winery Miloš. The late afternoon offers a drive through picturesque villages and vineyards, with an optional lunch stop. The day concludes with a visit to the Boris Violić winery in Potomje for another wine tasting before returning to Dubrovnik, filled with great memories and local wines.


Ston – Located on the Pelješac Peninsula, famous for its long defensive walls, which are often referred to as the “Great Wall of Europe.” This small town is also renowned for its saltworks, which have been in operation since medieval times. Ston’s salt pans are among the oldest in Europe and still produce salt using traditional methods. Additionally, Ston is a culinary destination, celebrated for its fresh oysters and mussels harvested from the clean waters of the nearby bay. The combination of historical sites, traditional industry, and excellent seafood makes Ston a unique and interesting place to visit.

Pelješac Peninsula – The Pelješac Peninsula, stretching into the Adriatic Sea in southern Croatia, is a haven for lovers of wine, seafood, and unspoiled nature. Known for its rugged landscapes and crystal-clear waters, the peninsula is home to some of Croatia’s finest vineyards, especially noted for producing top-quality red wines like Plavac Mali. Pelješac offers a blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage, making it a perfect destination for those seeking both relaxation and exploration.

Dingač Area – The Dingač area on Croatia’s Pelješac Peninsula is famed for its Dingač wine, produced from the Plavac Mali grape. This region’s steep, sunlit slopes and unique microclimate contribute to the rich, robust flavors of its wines. Wine enthusiasts cherish Dingač for its authentic tasting experiences and stunning vineyard landscapes, making it a prime destination for exploring Croatia’s renowned viticulture.

Professional guide/driver, pick-up and drop-off, taxes

Food and drinks

Cancellation policy

For full refund cancellation at least 24 hours in advance is required

Infant seats

Available on request if asked at time of booking

Itinerary adjustments

Itinerary can be tailored by your preferences

1. Morning: Pickup from your lodging in Dubrovnik. Ensure you have a comfortable outfit for the day and your camera ready for some amazing photos.
– Our first stop will be a viewpoint above the Old Town of Dubrovnik, where you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the historic city. Here, I’ll share insights into Dubrovnik’s rich history and its significance over the centuries.

2. Mid-Morning: Following the Old Town, we embark on a scenic drive towards the oyster farms. The drive itself offers panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and the lush landscapes that define this region.
– Arriving at the oyster farm, you’ll have the opportunity to taste fresh oysters directly from the sea, priced at 1€ each. To complement your tasting, I’ll provide a Croatian sparkling wine, known for pairing excellently with oysters.

3. Afternoon: Next, we’ll visit Ston, famous for its salt pans and the second longest city walls in the world. It’s a perfect spot for history enthusiasts and those interested in medieval architecture.
– Our journey continues to the winery Miloš, where you’ll enjoy a wine tasting session for 20€ per person. Discover the unique flavors of local wines and learn about the winemaking process in this region.

4. Late Afternoon: We’ll pass through the picturesque villages of Žuljana and Trstenik, leading to the renowned Dingač vineyards. These areas are known for producing some of Croatia’s most prestigious wines.
– If you’re interested, we can stop for lunch at Borak. It’s a great way to enjoy local cuisine and take a short break before we continue our exploration.

5. Evening: After lunch, we’ll drive through the tunnel to Potomje, a place celebrated for its exquisite red wine production.
– In Potomje, we’ll visit the Boris Violić winery or Bura-Mrgudić for another wine tasting session, It’s a fantastic opportunity to savor local wines and interact with the winemakers.

6. End of Tour: After a day filled with history, scenic views, and culinary delights, we’ll make our way back to Dubrovnik. You can expect to return to your lodging with great memories, photos, and perhaps a few bottles of wine to enjoy later.

Meeting point is your Dubrovnik city-based accommodation.

Dubrovnik city-based pick up and drop off are included in the price.

Please contact us on our phone for information and arrangements. We will need your exact address in order to organize pick up and drop off.

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