How to get from Split to Dubrovnik? Simply book our private transfer from Split to Dubrovnik (or Dubrovnik to Split) with a tour of Pelješac vineyards and wine tasting in a 100-year-old winery. When traveling from Split to Dubrovnik, you are presented with two optional activities that can be added to your trip. Private Wine Tasting or Private Oyster Tasting. In general, meet your driver at your hotel or private residence in Split, and relax on the journey to Dubrovnik in your very own, air-conditioned vehicle. Book this transfer now and you will get a confirmation email immediately. Finally, you will be provided with a voucher.
08:00 Pick up and departure from Split
10:00 Discover all the renowned secrets of town Ston
12:30 Optional visit to a local winery and oysters farms
14:00 Free time for lunch in a local restaurant
16:00 Arrival to Dubrovnik
Discover all the secrets of town Ston
Scenic ride along the Dalmatian coast
Private transfer with English speaking driver
Transport by air-conditioned modern vehicle
Ston town and the longest stone wall (5.5 km)
Optional Vineyard tour with the winery owner
History and culture
For individuals, couples and families
Available Wi-Fi in the vehicle
All costs related to the driver
Complimentary Pick up and Drop off
Professional English speaking driver-guide
Comfortable air-conditioned modern vehicle
All costs related to the vehicle; gas, parking, tolls
Bring your camera to take unforgettable photos
Have a bottle of water with you as a refreshment
Wear comfortable shoes and put on sun protection
Departure Point: Hotel pick up and drop-off from Split and outside of downtown Split, please advise your exact pick-up location upon confirmation.
First, in the morning meet your driver at your hotel or private residence in Split. Start with a panoramic ride along the Dalmatian coastline. After 2 hours drive to our first stop, Pelješac Peninsula, and the town of Ston. It’s famous for the longest stone wall in Europe (5.5 km), salt cultivation farming and oyster growing farms, since Roman times. The city walls with 5km in length, are the longest defensive structure in Europe. They are sometimes referred to as the “European Walls of China”. Following extensive renovations, the walls were open to visitors. Moreover, interesting are the ancient salt pans that were in use during the Dubrovnik Republic, more than 700 years ago. Salt is still produced here.
After time in the city, we continue our trip to the village of Mali Ston, where we will meet our friend and fisherman Dubo. Indeed, you can relax on a private boat and enjoy the finest oysters in Croatia. A short drive from Ston you will get on the private boat to visit an oyster farm with a small oyster grower and taste oysters pulled straight from the sea for you. They will be matched with homemade wine too. Let your experienced guide immerse you into the history and culture of this area, and explain to you about oyster farming in Croatia.
Furthermore, we will take you on a one-hour ride through the wine-growing region of “Dingač”. You will get a great insight into the local life and traditions from your driver. We will drive through the spectacular scenery of vineyards, olive orchards, valleys, and slopes. The highlight of the trip is a visit to a local winery “Grgurević”. The production of grapes and wine in Janjina has been a family tradition for many generations. Production is based on the indigenous variety of Plavac Mali. In the local winery, we will taste 4 different wines (white, orange, rose & red wine) and domestic delicacies such as; Dalmatian smoked ham, cheese, family produced domestic olive oil & bread. Vineyard tour with the winery owner itself!
Finally, we are going to have lunch in one of the local restaurants. At the seaside promenade in Mali Ston, in the medieval salt storage room, there is a restaurant called “Bota”, which is an old name for an arched ceiling. Oysters are the symbol of this area. Together with crabs and fish are stored according to original Ston recipes from the time of the Dubrovnik Republic. After lunch, we are ending this day in Dubrovnik and are expected to arrive in Dubrovnik at 4.00 pm.
You can complete your booking online by using the displayed booking form on www.croatia-private-tours.com website. Just choose the date, your departure, and destination points and follow the link. Another option is booking over the phone. We are also available 24/7 by email, WhatsApp, and Viber.
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