Visit Korcula

Begin with pickup at 8am, which can be any hotel or apartment in Dubrovnik and surrounding area. First stop is Ston about 9am, a medieval town with longest stone wall in Europe with narrow streets and traces of ancient cultures spread all over the place.

As mentioned, the walls of Ston are perhaps what this little town is best known for – and rightfully so. The walls are much longer than those of its more famous neighbour Dubrovnik at 5km in length, making them the longest defensive structure in Europe; they are sometimes referred to as the ‘European Walls of China”.


You will visit winery which produce some of the best wines in Croatia.

Peljesac wine is indeed considered to be among Croatia’s finest wine.

Postup wine – Postup is a premium wine since 1967. Sometime called younger brother of Dingac. It is produced from the indigenous Plavac Mali at the specific locations around Postup village as well as in Potomje. The wine is dark ruby colour, full-bodied, balanced flavour with a hint of bitterness. It fits good with red meat, game or grilled fish. It should be chilled to a temperature of 18 ° C.


Next is boarding on ferry in place Orebic to reach island Korcula where you will stay about 2 hours to enjoy in this island.

When the ancient Greeks settled on the island of Korcula, they were so struck by its dense, dark forests that they called it Korkyra Melaina – Black Korčula. Now it’s famed for its white wine.

KORCULA Old TOWN is a medieval walled city positioned on a oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac Channel. The city itself is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone. Fish bone shape was used in Korcula Old Town design to reduce effects of wind and sun and provide citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation.


After Korcula starting the way back to Dubrovnik, again through Peljesac peninsula, stopping in Ston for oysters and other sea food, grown right there. This tour is totaly private and can be adjusted to every of your wish and need.

Optional in this tour is adding three course gourmet lunch.


  •  72 € per person


  •  Between 6 and 7 hours


  • Pick up and return to your accommodation
  • Visiting Ston
  • Tasting around five excellent wines
  • Olive and local cheeses tastings
  • Visiting Korcula
  • Oyster farm visit with tasting freshly harvested oysters
  • Optional three course gourmet lunch


  •  Minimum 2, maximum 16 persons per tour
  • Start time at 8am
  • Only English speaking guide


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