Napoleon road hiking tour
Pelješac Peninsula is the second largest peninsula in Croatia, bounded by Neretva channel, the Bay of Mali Ston, Pelješac and Mljet Channels.
Our hike will take us along the old Napoleonic road built in the early 19th century. We will be accompanied by expert guides for a complete experience. Our group will pass near beautiful vineyards, olive groves and small agricultural fields dominant with organic cultivation, recalling past simpler times.
As we walk along the Napoleonic road our surroundings will be interplay of rugged mountainous landscapes and breathtaking views of the natural beauty of Dalmatian karst.
The tour continues towards the magnificent medieval town of Ston. This small town is famous for its 15th century stone defense walls, second largest in Europe. It is also a home to one of the oldest salt plants in Europe, one of the rare places in the world where salt is still hand harvested from stone pools dehydrated by sun and packaged without additives. The bay is abundant with delicious shellfish and Ston is particularly noted for its excellent oysters.
|Meals||Snack, wine tasting|
|Transfer time||2 hours|
|Activity time||4 Hours|
|Activity distance||12 km|
|Included||Mountain guide, snack, transfer, wine tasting|
|Capacity||Max.16 (min. to organize this activity is: 6)|
|Price||56€ per person|