When anyone mentions wine these two spectacular destinations always come to mind. You don’t have to go far! The Pelješac peninsula and the beautiful island of Korčula, which, the story goes, is the birthplace of one of the greatest of the world’s travellers, Marco Polo, will warmly welcome you. The Pelješac and Korčula tour from Dubrovnik will show you the famous scenic peninsula that reaches out into the Adriatic Sea. The Mediterranean vegetation and picturesque vineyards that cling to the rocky hillsides will leave you absolutely speechless.
Places you will visit on our way:
Trsteno is located only 24 kms from Dubrovnik. It’s an old fishing village and a place rich with a tradition in seafaring. Here you can find one of the oldest and definitely the most beautiful Arboretums in the entire region. Let’s also mention the summer residence of the Gučetić-Gozze family, built in the 15th century, that you simply must visit.
Ston is a beautiful little town in the Dubrovnik region, at the southern end of the Pelješac peninsula. Famous for producing the best oysters in the World, for the ancient salt pans that are still working and the spectacular 7 km long City walls.
Peljesac is scenic peninsula that stretches into the Adriatic Sea, best known for wine-making and beautiful hidden beaches. The Mediterranean vegetation and picturesque vineyards that cling to the rocky hillsides will leave you absolutely speechless.
One of the most beautiful islands in Croatia and very rich in history and tradition. Korcula town, said to be the birth place of Marco Polo, is a beautiful walled city that is simply a must-visit!