Peljesac wine tour

The Peljesac Wine Tour takes you on a captivating journey through Croatia’s celebrated Pelješac Peninsula, the country’s foremost wine region. Beginning in Dubrovnik, the tour offers a scenic drive towards Pelješac, with stops to enjoy local culture and breathtaking vistas. Notably, a viewpoint near Majkovi village provides panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and the Elaphiti Islands, ideal for capturing unforgettable photos.

The charming town of Ston is another highlight, known for its historic city walls and the oldest salt factory in Europe. Visitors can explore the historic walls, delve into the town’s history, and sample local delicacies, including famous oysters and coffee. Optionally, an oyster farm visit offers fresh oysters from the sea.

Pelješac Peninsula, the heart of Croatian wine country, is the next stop. Travelers have the opportunity to visit two or possibly three wineries. The journey begins at the small and traditional family-owned Ćurlin Winery, known for high-quality Plavac Mali wines.

Lunch takes place at Konoba Vitacea, a charming restaurant owned by a local fisherman in Trstenik Bay, offering fresh fish dishes prepared traditionally and paired with local wines.

The tour concludes with a visit to the Matuško Winery, the largest winery on the Pelješac Peninsula, showcasing over 150 years of winemaking tradition and exceptional wines. It’s a unique opportunity to explore the beauty and culture of Croatia’s Pelješac Peninsula while savoring the best of Croatian wines, cuisine, and natural beauty.

Read more about the tour on Cava Dubrovnik Tours website

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