The road to the peninsula takes about an hour. Our first stop is Mali Ston where you will taste one of the best oysters in the Europe. Arrival in the ancient city of Ston, famous for second longest walls in the Europe and the brine originating from the Roman era. After visiting Ston, we will stop in three wineries where we will taste typical Croatian wine grapes.
During wine tasting, the wine growers will tell you interesting stories about the production of wine (from vine to a glass). Unspoiled nature with a sea breeze and beautiful scents of various herbs will leave you breathless.
On our way back we will pass through the most spectacular vineyards in the Europe called Dingač. This wine tour finishes in a family tavern by the sea with a pleasant home atmosphere and of course, high-quality wine.
|Departure from Dubrovnik
|Arrival to Pelješac
|Visit to Mali Ston (a short break with oyster tasting included in the price)
|The old city of Ston (short guided tour)
|Visit to three wineries: Rozić, Vukas and Boris Matuško (guided tour through every vineyard with wine tasting included in the price)
|Visiting the protected location Dingač
|Departure from Pelješac
|Arrival to Zaton, lunch break in the lovely family restaurant (note: lunch includes a three course - menu (fish or meat) and a glass of wine of your choice; included in the price)
|Arrival to Dubrovnik
Dingač is a wine growing region on the southwest of the Pelješac peninsula. Located in the Dalmatian costal region of Croatia, it faces the slope of the Zabrada Mountains between the small villages of Trstenik and Podobuče. It is highly regarded area for growing the autochthonous Croatian red wine grape, Plavac Mali.
Like the neighbouring Postup region, the land is very rugged, with little top soil. This attribute, in addition to the level of sunlight (2800 hours annually), makes ideal growing conditions for red wine slopes planted up to 300 m from the sea level. In addition, one should not forget Maraština and other world-famous varieties growing in this region, such as: Vranac, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, ...