This little town in Dalmatia is special with two things. The first one is that it has the longest defensive walls (5,5 km) in Europe which made the city impossible to concur. Ston is rich with historical and cultural tradition, and the former value of Ston as the city of salt has been confirmed today in the plants of the oldest active salt-works in the world. The salt-works remained true to the tradition and a natural production method, which hasn’t change since the era of antiquity. Ston dates back to the Roman times, 2 centuries BC. The whole bay of Ston is known for shellfish cultivation, especially oysters and mussels and it’s a destination that seafood lovers shouldn’t miss.

OUR TIP: Taste Stone oysters – natural aphrodisiac straight from the sea, paired with a glass of fine wine from Pelješac.

Tour Dubrovnik Ston, Ston walls, Mali Ston, Oysters, Croatia, Adriatic

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