Step back in time and visit the unique, historic town of Ston. Often referred to as the “European Great Wall of China,” Ston’s 7-kilometer medieval defensive walls are the longest walls of their kind in Europe.
Walk the picturesque, narrow streets of the town, visit local salt farms, and eat some of the best oysters in the world, taken fresh right from the oyster farms.
We will visit Ston by boat, which is so much better than going by road! (Learn more about Rewind’s boats on Our Boats page).
We’ll ditch the traffic jams and sweltering heat of the roads in favor of revitalizing the journey by sea – extraordinary coastal scenery and the wind in your hair.
On the way there, we’ll also stop for a refreshing swim in the sparkling waters of the Adriatic.
After we arrive in Ston, you will have more than 3 hours of free time to enjoy.
And you won’t be short of things to do: walk the medieval walls and capture spectacular views over Ston, grab lunch in the historic center, or let us organize oyster tasting for you at Mali Ston.
Our expert, local skipper will tell you stories about Ston’s history, the city walls, and the salt farms that date back to the 15th century.
Continue reading below to see the tour’s full itinerary. If you have any questions about this tour, please get in touch.
This small island and its surroundings is simply is simply paradise. We will drop an anchor here in the morning and you can be sure there will be no other living soul – on Jakljan we’re far from the tourists and crowds. We will provide you with snorkeling gear, an underwater camera, and towels on the boat. Cold drinks are also included! After some restorative swimming and sunbathing at Jakljan, we will prepare to continue on to the Peljesac peninsula and Ston town.
This is where we will spend the majority of our tour. You will have total freedom here. Walk the city walls? Visit salt farms from the 15th century, or visit Mali Ston for an unforgettable gastronomical experience? The choice is yours.
Of course, our local skipper will tell you everything about the local areas of interest and attractions, including the history of the salt farms and city walls, and all about the fantastic food that comes from the Peljesac Peninsula.
Our recommendation is that guests do the Oyster tasting experience if they enjoy seafood – it’s a real treat.
On our way back, we will make one more swimming stop, this time at Brsečine Bay.
Here, you’ll find turquoise sea and a peaceful bay empty of tourists. It’s a fantastic spot for snorkeling, or just to stop and enjoy the beauty of the natural environment while drinking local white wine aboard our boat.
This tour is the a perfect day of exploring the Dalmatian coast by boat!