Tour to the Pelješac peninsula is the perfect escape to nature. It is an area of environmental diversity and pristine natural beauty, enchanting bays and fresh air scented by aromatic herbs and the Adriatic Sea. This is where Croatia’s best wines have been created, the famous red wine  Mali plavac, Dingač and Postup.
Dingač is an excellent dry red wine grown in limited areas on the Peljesac peninsula. It is made from an indigenous variety of plavac mali grape, from the settlement of Dingač, located on the steep slopes of the Pelješac peninsula. The deep ruby red color, distinctive and luxurious bouquet, the finely accented varietal aroma, and harmoniously full flavor. Postup is a red wine of the highest quality, whose specific geographic origin is dedicated to the production of the Plavac mali grape variety on the southern slopes of the Peljesac peninsula. Postup has a dark ruby color and full bodied flavor with acidic notes. In 1961, Dingač wine was protected under the Geneva Convention and became the first Croatian wine protected by law. Postup was the second wine to receive this recognition in 1967.

Pelješac is home to so many unique experiences, from winery tours and tastings, to the finest seafood restaurants, to oyster and mussel tastings. These are among the many adventures awaiting visitors to the unique nature of Pelješac.
This tour allows you to sample the best local wines and enjoy the magnificent peninsula scenery and picturesque vineyards. You can start this tour with a visit to Ston, a town famous for its 5 km long defensive wall, the second largest in the world, right after the Chinese wall. Ston is center of oyster production in Croatia. We also suggest that we visit Arboretum Trsteno, founded in 1502 by the Dubrovnik Aristocratic family Gučetić-Gozze around their summer mansion. And for end we will stop on the hill Srđ.