Private Taste of Dalmatia
Your delicious adventure begins with a beautiful and panoramic ride along the Adriatic coastline, which separates the Italian from the Balkan Peninsula. As you...
DescriptionYour delicious adventure begins with a beautiful and panoramic ride along the Adriatic coastline, which separates the Italian from the Balkan Peninsula. As you reach your first stop in the small village of Orasac, you will participate in the production of olive oil the old-fashioned way. Be provided the wonderful opportunity to taste some of the most delicious homemade cheese and smoked ham and wash those down with fine, local wine.After visiting the village of Orasac, continue your journey of discovery towards the small town of Ston, which is considered the oyster capital of Croatia and where one of the largest defense walls in Europe was erected. This Great Wall is 1200 meters (3937 feet) long and was built to ensure protection from neighbors. The medieval wall was of great importance because it defended the saltworks, the shellfish farm and the city itself.After visiting Ston, enjoy a leisurely walk along the seaside in the town of Mali Ston. The bay of Mali Ston abounds in plant and animal life. It is suitable for the intensive development of mariculture, fish, and shellfish, making the oysters of Ston particularly famous. With a magnificent view on the oyster and mussel farms, have the opportunity to taste the famous oysters taken out of one of the purest seas in the world.Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to be introduced to one of the most magical places in the world when you book this very exclusive and private tour today.Please Note: Vehicles available for this tour accommodate groups of up to 2 or 6 guests maximum. Groups with more than 6 guests will need to book multiple vehicles. Please take this information into consideration when booking.
Just outside the security area on the pier if your ship is docked. If your ship is at anchor, your tour will depart from the tender pier shore side.
Preparation AdviceWe recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible, flat-soled walking shoes. Sunscreen and sunglasses are also recommended. For those wishing to visit any churches, remember that shoulders and knees must be covered.