You've got two top Croatian experiences in store on this half-day tour. Explore the walled village of Ston, before visiting a family-run farm estate to try typical Dalmatian delicacies and drinks.
First up is tiny Ston. Once the defensive outpost of the Republic of Ragusa – as Dubrovnik was known for centuries – its walls, which snake up a hill, are said to be the longest standing in Europe. An expert guide will show you around and fill you in on fascinating facts about this historic village.
Next, it's on to a family-run farm estate that's been in the same hands for over 250-years. Welcomed with a homemade liqueur – which changes depending on the season – you'll take a tour of the land. There'll be a Dalmatian olive oil tasting session, followed by freshly baked breads, cheeses and cured meats to round off the day.