Peninsula Pelješac private tour


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Activity Level



Day Trip / Out of Town, Food and Wine, Museums / Culture, Shore Excursion


Kid Friendly: Yes.

Friendly: Yes.
You have to be able to get in and out of a car/ mini van.

Maximum travelers: 8



English (fluent)

Oasis of natural treasures (Dubrovnik area)

Pelješac is known of its unspoiled nature, unpolluted crystal clear blue sea, picturesque landscapes, biodiversity and of course its vineyards. Some of the most famous are at the steep slops of Dingač area, home of Plavac mali grape.

Aside from being known as the great Croatian wine region and having a large number of wineries, this peninsula has been also well known for its mussels and oysters since the Roman times. Most famous oysters farms are coming from Ston bay, named after the medieval town of Ston which has the longest preserved stone wall in Europe(5. 5 kilometers). This town is also known for its ancient salt works which are still in operation. Since the production has not changed through the centuries it guarantees an excellent salt quality.

Wines, oysters, olives oil, sea salt, natural beauties, historical heritage. . . What more is there to say?Well, I can only invite you to experience Pelješac with all of your senses. . .


After the pick up at any preferred location in Dubrovnik, we are going to drive through Trsteno village with the oldest arboretum in Europe, from where we will pass through small villages of Primorje area, known of olives and olive oil. We will make several panoramic stops above Elaphiti islands and Slano bay and then continue towards the medieval city of Ston.

Once we get to Ston we will have a brief walk around town. After enjoying Ston's medieval arhitecture we can either pay an optional visit to Ston salt works or before we continue our drive through the vineyards and beautiful landscapes of Pelješac peninsula. If you wish to sample some of the local wines this drive is great opportunity. We will drive through the steep slops of Dingač, the most popular wine area in Pelješac, overlooking the national park of Mljet island and islands of Korčula and Lastovo.

Optional lunch break in hidden restaurant in Dingač ( operates from June 1. till Oct 1. ) , Ston or Zaton bay.

Return back to Dubrovnik.

Meeting Point + Tour Duration

Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building

End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building

Duration: 6 hours


Mercedes Vito Tourer, 2016 model, accommodates up to 8 travelers.

What’s Included

Other: My personal services as your tour guide/driver, wine tasting in the Potomje village, transportation from/to any location in Dubrovnik.

Estimated Local Cash Needed

400 kn - Oysters tasting, wine tasting in different wineries along the peninsula, fees for entering the Ston city walls or arboretum Trsteno.

What’s Extra

Other: Fees for entering arboretum,city walls, different wine tastings along the peninsula,oyster tasting (all optional), or any other costs regarding on your personal activities.


No restrictions

A Recent Review of this tour

Darko - we enjoyed our tour of the surrounding areas of DUBROVNIK. Darko is very knowledgeable of Croatia's history, professional and extremely pleasant. Thank you for a wonderful tour. Marvin & Cheri.
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