Above all, sailing crews like to stop in Ston to taste its excellent oysters, cultivated in Mali Ston bay.
Ston – Things to See and Do
- Firstly, walk the Ston Walls. These fortifications, built in 1358 mainly to protect the valuable salt pans, connect Ston and Mali Ston.
- For a first-hand look at how fresh the oysters are, take an Oyster Tour.
- Join a fishing tour. Bota Sare offers short fishing excursions, day-fishing, multi-day fishing, and extreme multi-day fishing.
- Visit the nearby Prapratno Beach, with calm shallow water, perfect for children. The beach has a volleyball area, paddle boats, and a restaurant. Make sure to stop by the fruit, vegetable, olive oil, and wine stands next to the parking lot.
- In conclusion, dine at Kapetanova Kuca in Mali Ston. There you can try the freshest oysters, shellfish, black risotto, organically grown vegetables, and Peljesac wines.
Marinas and Anchorages
- The most well-protected anchorages are at Lovitse and Ston, but there are other small harbors all along the Peljesac Peninsula’s east and south coast.
- On the peninsula’s south coast, there’s a quiet fishing village called Trstenik. Part of the waterfront here is suitable for mooring and anchoring.
- Ston has many restaurants that provide mooring berths.