Taste Dalmatia – Visit Ston, Enjoy Wine and Oyster Tasting

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South from Split, just a bit down the coastline, you’ll find a whole new world hidden. Let us take you to some fantastic locations on Brač and Hvar where the local Mediterranean ‘easy going life’ is almost tangible. A bit more to the south you’ll discover long Walls of Ston and enjoy exploring the famous saltworks site as well as tasting wine and local oysters.

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All about the Taste Dalmatia – Visit Ston, Enjoy Wine and Oyster Tasting.



Taste Dalmatia – Visit Ston, Enjoy Wine and Oyster Tasting 

Duration:  10 – 12 hours

Availability: seasonal

Route: Split – Sumartin, Brač – Ston – Sućuraj, Hvar – Lovrećina Bay – Split

Max People: 14 per boat

Suitable for families, young and seniors   

Departure & Return

Departure: Split center or agreed pick up place

Departure Time: to be confirmed upon reservation

Return Details: Returns to original departure point –  to be confirmed upon reservation

TRANSFERS: possible to organise individual transfers with Travel Croatia to meeting point and on departure

Please keep in mind that boat tours are subject to the weather conditions and could be cancelled

The itinerary of boat tours can be changed depending on the weather conditions in the previous agreement with the captain

Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Proper clothing for boat trip

Cancellation Policy   

For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of  the start date of  the experience

 

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • kipper
  • Fuel
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Safety equipment
  • Shower on boat
  • Waterproof jackets
  • Insurance

Extras on Private Tour

  • Wi-Fi
  • Fridge
  • Drinks
  • Snacks
  • Fruits
  • Towels
  • Go pro camera
  • Drone
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  1. 1 Sumartin, Brač

    This picturesque little town is known as the youngest inhabited town on the island of Brač. It was established in the 17th century and it differs quite a lot from other places on Brač by speech, mentality and some of the customs. The whole atmosphere will amaze you with its serenity and architectural beauty. Make the most of your visit by exploring the old town and getting a better insight into the traditional Dalmatian life.

  2. 2 Ston

    Ston is extensively known for three major things – very well-preserved China-like walls, salt works and tasteful oysters. Being the longest defensive system in Europe, the Walls of Stone are rightfully referred to as the “European Walls of China”. Renovated and opened for visitor all year round, this unique construction attracts visitors from all over the world. While there, visitors can pay a visit to the famous saltworks in Ston and experience personally what it feels like to harvest salt from the sea. Oysters and specific sorts of wine are another must-experience part of Ston.

  3. 3 Sućuraj, Hvar

    A small picturesque fisherman village located on the eastern end of Hvar Island attracts visitors with beautiful architecture and a turbulent history.  Locals are experts in fishing and olive oil production so they might let you in on their little secrets while you’re there. Enjoy sunbathing and swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea away from the hustle and bustle of larger cities.

  4. 4 Lovrečina Bay

    An amazing large sandy beach situated in a cove on the northern part of the island of Brač, between Postira and Pučišće, known for its beautiful swimming area and unique archeological sites nearby. This is the perfect spot to indulge in all the summer activities. Swim, snorkel, lounge on the sandy beach or even learn how to play the famous local game known as Picigin 

  5. What to expect  Taste Dalmatia – Visit Ston, Enjoy Wine and Oyster Tasting

    Sumartin on Brač Island is a picturesque little town, known as the youngest inhabited town on the island of Brač. It was established in the 17th century and it differs quite a lot from other places on Brač by speech, mentality and some of the customs. The whole atmosphere will amaze you with its serenity and architectural beauty. Make the most of your visit by exploring the old town and getting a better insight into the traditional Dalmatian life.

    The journey continues to the south, all the way to Ston. This place is extensively known for three major things: very well-preserved China-like walls, saltworks and tasteful oysters. Being the longest defensive system in Europe, the Walls of Stone are rightfully referred to as the “European Walls of China”. Renovated and opened for visitor all year round, this unique construction attracts visitors from all over the world. While here, let us take you to the famous saltworks in Ston and allow you to experience personally what it feels like to harvest salt from the sea. The tasting od specific sorts of wine and local oysters is another highlight of this tour. This experience will awaken all your taste buds and make the memory of your visit eternal.

    Next stop is Sućuraj, a small picturesque fisherman village located on the eastern end of Hvar Island that attracts visitors with beautiful architecture and a turbulent history.  Locals are experts in fishing and olive oil production so they might let you in on their little secrets while you’re there. Enjoy sunbathing and swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea away from the hustle and bustle of larger cities.

    Continue indulging in all those classic summer activities in the famous Lovrečina Bay.  This is an amazing large sandy beach situated in a cove on the northern part of the island of Brač, between Postira and Pučišće, known for its beautiful swimming area and unique archeological sites nearby. This is the perfect spot to swim, snorkel, lounge on the sandy beach or even learn how to play the famous local game known as Picigin. If you see locals playing it, ask them to jump in – they’ll be delighted to have another player.

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