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Great Ston walls views

Ston – a hidden gem on the Peljesac peninsula

Ston is located on a narrow isthmus that connects the Pelješac peninsula with the mainland. Precisely such a strategic position was the reason for the construction of the Ston walls, so Ston was left with a unique historical heritage 5.5 km long from the 14th century. With numerous towers and bastions that are really worth visiting. Just like the walls, you will be delighted by the view of the surrounding southern Dalmatian islands. Fans of unusual specialties will surely enjoy the gastronomic offer of Ston. The gastronomic brand of Ston cuisine is Mali Ston oysters and mussels that have been grown here since Roman times, and the famous dessert of this region is Ston cake, with an unusual ingredient – pasta.

Ston: A treasure trove of world treasures

To experience a walk through one of the longest walls in the world, taste salt from the oldest active salt pans in Europe, taste the most delicious oysters on the planet, toast to celebrated wines, tread the famous Napoleon, swim in paradise bays, and have great fun you don’t need to go to seven different destinations. Experience them all in one small town in the south of Croatia, in the unique Ston!

Only fifty kilometers northwest of the famous Dubrovnik, a bit self-contained, stands at the place where the paradise peninsula Peljesac connects with the mainland, so it is called the gate of Peljesac. Apart from Pelješac, Ston also opens the entrance to spectacular, completely unexpected experiences since it is the custodian of the world’s great treasures – cultural, gastronomic, oenological, and natural. Yes, Ston has it all! Discover his story …

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