After approximately two hours you will arrive to Ston, a small city located in the south of the Peljesac peninsula.
Ston is famous for it oldest salt factory in Europe, but even more for its oysters. The conditions for raising oysters in Ston bay are particularly favorable which results in the most tasty and healthy oysters you can find. But the first thing you will see once you arrive to Ston is the long walls that surround the city. They are known as the 'European wall of China' and are the second longest in the entire world.
Whether you are visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or the hundredth, the city never fails to amaze you as it did the first time. When you set your eyes on the medieval walls, the ancient buildings and the marble streets of Dubrovnik, you feel like you were teleported into another dimension. Inside the city the green shuttered stone houses, ancient churches and countless monuments blend seamlessly into a perfect ensemble untouched by the twenty first century. The popularity of Dubrovnik, its massive city walls and its cultural heritage is even more rising in popularity as the city has been used as a set for The Game of Thrones series, Star Wars VIII and it will also be a location in the new James Bond movie.